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Chronology for Arabs in Iran

Publisher Minorities at Risk Project
Publication Date 2004
Cite as Minorities at Risk Project, Chronology for Arabs in Iran, 2004, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/469f38a2c.html [accessed 31 October 2014]
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Date(s) Item
Mar 10, 1996 Reformers gained a majority of seats in first round polls. (ABC CLIO)
Apr 21, 1996 Conservative parliamentarians in Iran's Islamic Consultative Assembly lost seats in the run off elections held on April 19. (ABC CLIO)
May 23, 1997 Khatami, a moderate was elected president with 69% of the vote. Khatami promised in the campaign to reduce censorship and support a diversity of attitudes. (ABC CLIO)
Oct 25, 1998 Conservatives dominated election to the Council of Experts when many of the reformist candidates were disqualified. (ABC CLIO)
Mar 8, 1999 Moderates won in first local elections in 20 years. (ABC CLIO)

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