Constitutionalist Party of Iran

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Constitutionalist Party of Iran
Leader Foad Pashaie
Founder Dariush Homayoon
Founded 1908 (1908) (historical)
1994 (1994) (modern)
Preceded by Rastakhiz Party
(not legal pedecessor)
Headquarters United States Los Angeles, United States
Ideology State secularism
Anti-Islamism
Monarchism
(Constitutional monarchy)
Democratic liberalism
Liberalism
Conservative liberalism
Political position Centre to Centre-right
Religion Secular
International affiliation International Monarchist League
Colours      Blue
Website
www.irancpi.net
Politics of Iran
Political parties
Elections

The Constitutionalist Party of Iran (Persian: حزب مشروطه ايران - لیبرال دموکرات‎) is a liberal democratic party founded in 1994 (originally as the Constitutional Movement of Iran) and is based in exile. The party favors a constitutional monarchy in Iran but is not opposed to a republic based on referendum.[citation needed]

The other party with this name was founded in 1908 after Iranian Constitutional Revolution.

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