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Conservatives vs. Reformists

After the banning of the last opposition parties in recent years , parties and candidates usually have operated in two main coalitions, the conservative (osool-garayan) and the reformist (eslah-talaban) both of them coming from the former single-party Islamic Republic Party.
This article provides an overview of liberalism in Iran. It is limited to the Iranian liberal movement and liberal parties with substantial support, mainly proved by having had a representation in the majlis (Iranian Parliament).
Iranian Reformists is a political movement by a group of political parties and organizations in Iran who After the banning of the last three Opposition parties in 1983, parties and candidates usually have supported President Mohammad Khatami's plans to change the system to include more freedom and democracy. Iran's "reform era" is sometimes said to have lasted from 1997 to 2005: the length of Khatami's two terms in office. Council for coordinating the Reforms Front is the main umbrella organization and coalition within the movement, however there are reformist groups not aligned with the council.
Today, the main liberal parties in Iran used to be  the National Front of Iran and the Constitutionalist Party of Iran.
The historical development of Iranian liberalism is a controversial subject, since several of the most fundamental liberal concepts stand in direct opposition with the ideological positions of the Islamic republic. Regarding this dichotomy, Ramin Jahanbegloo, a liberal philosopher and Iranian dissident who currently lives abroad, has commented that "freedom is possible even in a world of secret police and of the rule of autocrats. Freedom is a universal human possibility."


دسته بندی: مکالمه آزاد | تاريخ انتشار : 1395/02/07 17:06 | بازدید : 386

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