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Moderation and Development Party

Moderation and Development Party
حزب اعتدال و توسعه
Leader Mohammad Bagher Nobakht
Founded 1999
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Ideology Pragmatism
Moderate Islamism
Islamic democracy
Centrism
Political position Centre
Politics of Iran
Political parties
Elections

Moderation and Development Party (Persian: حزب اعتدال و توسعهHezb-e E'tedāl va Towse'eh), is a political party in Iran. It is a pragmatic-centrist political party which held its first congress in 2002.[1] Dr. Mohammad Khan, Minister of Economy and Reconstruction era Dr. Nobakht Haghighi, economic, and former representative in the Parliament from Rasht, Secretary General of the party are in charge.

The party has gained ground over the years and has increased in popularity. As reformist politicians are increasingly banned and pressured, political parties which run on the platform of moderation as opposed to full reform are more tolerated by the hardliners in the government. This has resulted in the people who want change to be attracted to these parties. Those who want change and easing on civil rights and more freedoms, view moderate political parties as the most capable and able within the system and to not be pressured, as moderate parties are able to appeal to all sides of the political spectrum while still able to ease pressures on everyday people and be able to give more freedoms.

The current President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, has been a member of the party since its inception in 1999.

Party Central Committee

References

  1. ^ Leaders of Iran
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