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Islamic Iran Solidarity Party (Persian: حزب همبستگی ایران اسلامی‎‎; Hezb-e Hambastegi-e Iran-e Eslami) is an Iranian reformist political party founded in 1998, by 10 members of Parliament of Iran. The party is a member of Council for coordinating the Reforms Front and formerly published newspaper Hambastegi. Ali Asghar Ahmadi is currently the General Secretary, an office previously held by Ebrahim Asgharzadeh and Mohamadreza Raahchamani. They have supported Mohammad Khatami in 2001 election, Mehdi Karoubi in 2005 and Mir-Hossein Mousavi in 2009.

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  • Islamic Iran Solidarity Party (Persian: حزب همبستگی ایران اسلامی‎‎; Hezb-e Hambastegi-e Iran-e Eslami) is an Iranian reformist political party founded in 1998, by 10 members of Parliament of Iran. The party is a member of Council for coordinating the Reforms Front and formerly published newspaper Hambastegi. Ali Asghar Ahmadi is currently the General Secretary, an office previously held by Ebrahim Asgharzadeh and Mohamadreza Raahchamani. They have supported Mohammad Khatami in 2001 election, Mehdi Karoubi in 2005 and Mir-Hossein Mousavi in 2009.
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  • حزب همبستگی ایران اسلامی
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  • Islamic Iran Solidarity Party (Persian: حزب همبستگی ایران اسلامی‎‎; Hezb-e Hambastegi-e Iran-e Eslami) is an Iranian reformist political party founded in 1998, by 10 members of Parliament of Iran. The party is a member of Council for coordinating the Reforms Front and formerly published newspaper Hambastegi. Ali Asghar Ahmadi is currently the General Secretary, an office previously held by Ebrahim Asgharzadeh and Mohamadreza Raahchamani. They have supported Mohammad Khatami in 2001 election, Mehdi Karoubi in 2005 and Mir-Hossein Mousavi in 2009.
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  • Ali Asghar Ahmadi
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  • Mohammad Salari
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  • Abbas Mirza Aboutalebi
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