Executives of Construction Party
|General Secretary||Gholamhossein Karbaschi|
|Head of Council||Eshaq Jahangiri|
|Deputy of Council||Mohsen Hashemi Rafsanjani|
|Founded||January 17, 1996|
|Legalised||August 15, 1999|
|Split from||'Traditional Right'|
|Political position||'Modern Right'|
|National affiliation||Council for coordinating the Reforms Front|
|Slogan||Islamic Pride and Development of Iran|
The Executives of Construction of Iran Party[a] (Persian: حزب کارگزاران سازندگی ایران) is a reformist political party in Iran, founded by 16 members of the cabinet of the then President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani in 1996. The party is a member of Council for coordinating the Reforms Front.
Economically, the party supports free markets and industrialization; with a high emphasis on the progress and development. The party takes the view that economic freedom is fundamentally linked to cultural and political freedom, but it should not be allowed to conflict with development.
16 Founders of the party in 1996, who signed the declaration of its formation were:
- Mohammad Hashemi Rafsanjani
- Ataollah Mohajerani
- Mohsen Nourbakhsh
- Mohammad Ali Najafi
- Hossein Marashi
- Faezeh Hashemi Rafsanjani
- Reza Amrollahi
Central council members
Since 2014, 31 members of the party's central council are:
- Eshaq Jahangiri, First Vice President
- Mohammadreza Nematzadeh, Minister of Industries and Business
- Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, Minister of Petroleum
- Parvaneh Mafi, Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
- Fatemeh Saeidi, Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
- Abdolreza Hashemzaei, Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr
- Mohammad-Bagher Sa'adat, Dashtestan
- Masoud Rezaei, Shiraz
- Transliterated Hezb-e Kargozaran-e Sazandegi-e Iran. The party's name has been alternately translated "Servants of Construction Party".
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