ⓘ National Reform Trend

                                     

ⓘ National Reform Trend

The National Reform Trend is an Iraqi political party that was founded in 2008 by former Prime Minister of Iraq, Ibrahim al-Jaafari. It is a Shiite-Islamic-based party.

Jafari was the General Secretary of the Islamic Dawa party when he was elected Prime Minister. After the December 2005 Iraqi parliamentary elections, his re-election as Prime Minister was blocked by the Kurdish and Sunni Arab coalition partners. Nouri al-Maliki and the Islamic Dawa party, was elected as a compromise candidate in his place, and Maliki replaced Jafari as General Secretary of the party in may 2007.

                                     
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