Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Organization

Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Organization
سازمان مجاهدین انقلاب اسلامی ایران
General Secretary Mohammad Salamati
Spokesperson Mohsen Armin
Founded October 1, 1991 (1991-10-01)[1]
Dissolved 2009 (banned)
Preceded by Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Newspaper Asr-e Maa
Ideology Reformism
Political position Left wing[2]
Religion Islam
National affiliation Council for coordinating the Reforms Front[3]
International affiliation None
Politics of Iran
Political parties

Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Organization (political party. It has been called "a circle of intellectuals and technocrats radical in economic policies but relatively liberal in cultural matters." [4]

MIRO was found in 1991 and it is headed by Secretary General Mohammad Salamati. Other key figures include Behzad Nabavi, Mohsen Armin, Mostafa Tajzadeh, Hashem Aghajari, Feyzollah Arabsorkhi and Abolfazl Ghadyani.

See also


  1. ^ "List of Legally Registerred Parties in Iran". Khorasan Newspaper (14759). Pars Times. July 30, 2000. p. 4. Retrieved 21 August 2015. 
  2. ^ Mohammad Ali Zandi. "Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Organization" (in فارسی). Baqir al-Ulum Research Institute. Retrieved 21 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "Iran groups urge non-violent protests for anniversary".  
  4. ^ Abrahamian, Ervand, History of Modern Iran, Columbia University Press, 2008, p.185

External links

  • Official Website (Persian)
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