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In September, Iran banned two reformist parties - the Islamic Iran Participation Front and the Islamic Revolution Mujahedeen Organisation - after they backed Mousavi in the June 2009 presidential election.
Iran Accuses Opposition Leaders of Receiving $17 Million from "enemies" --the Islamic Iran Participation Front Says Decision to Ban the Party "Is Illegal" --Iran Sentences an Iranian-Canadian Blogger to 19 years in Prison Iranian Intelligence Minister, Heidar Moslehi, says some "documents" exist which prove that the opposition in Iran has received more than $17 billion from "enemies", a reference to Western countries, the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT reported Thursday.
Among the 10 groups are the Islamic Iran Participation Front (IIPF) and the Organisation of the Islamic Revolution Mujahedeen, two major reformist parties whose activities have been banned by the authorities, opposition websites have said.
The Islamic Iran Participation Front, which is allied with opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, called on the government to "reconcile with protesters and stop breaking the law, deception and tyranny.
Sarmayeh reported that initially 60 people were arrested, among them the wives and children of jailed reformists including from the Islamic Iran Participation Front (IIPF) party, and that 35 remain in detention.
Prosecutors called on the judge to ban the two reform parties, the Islamic Iran Participation Front and the Islamic Revolution Mujahedeen Organization.
The Islamic Iran Participation Front (IIPF), the largest party, and the Islamic Revolution Mojahedeen Organisation (IRMO), both reformist, have been the hardest hit in the vetting process.
If the reform movement is to continue, as seems inevitable, it now must he done front outside the political establishment through non-governmental organisations and other grass-roots movements such as student groups and the Islamic Iran Participation Front (IIPF) This may not be such a bad thing for them.