People's Voice (Iran)

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People's Voice Coalition
ائتلاف صدای ملت
Leader Ali Motahari
Spokesperson Hamid Reza Katouzian[1]
Slogan People's House, For People
Founded February 6, 2012 (2012-02-06)[1]
Ideology Conservatism[1]
Liberal legalism[1]
Political position Centre-right to Centre-left
National affiliation Principlists[1]
Parliament
2 / 290
Tehran City Council
7 / 31

People's Voice Coalition (Persian: ائتلاف صدای ملت‎) was an electoral list for Iranian 2012 legislative election, led by Ali Motahari. The list was originally called "Government Critics Front" (Persian: جبهه منتقدین دولت‎), as their stance was against Ahmadinejad Government. People's Voice is a conservative list, but there are reformist politicians in the list as well.[1]

2012 Majlis List[edit]

# Candidate Constituency Won Election?
1 Ali Motahari Tehran Yes
2 Ali Abbaspour Tehran
3 Hamid Reza Katouzian Tehran
4 Mostafa Reza-Hosseini Qotbabad Tehran
5 Teymour Aliasgari Mashhad
6 Hassan Ghafourifard Tehran
7 Irandokht Fayyaz Tehran
8 Hossein Sheykholeslam Tehran
9 Alireza Mahjoub Tehran Yes
10 Hossein Hashemi Tehran
11 Hassan Zamani Tehran
12 Soheila Jelodarzadeh Tehran
13 Mahmoud Abolma'ali Tehran
14 Akbar Valizadeh Tehran
15 Hossein Dehghan Tehran
16 Kazem Vaziri Hamaneh Yazd

2013 local elections list[edit]

The coalition released a 24-people list for City Council of Tehran in Iranian local elections, 2013.[2]

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