Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress

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Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress
الحركة الايزيدية من اجل الاصلاح والتقدم
Leader Amin Farhan Jejo
Ideology Yazidi interests Yezidi nationalism
Seats in the Council of Representatives of Iraq:
1 / 328
Seats in the local governorate councils:
1 / 440
Party flag
Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress flag.svg
Website
ezidi-islah.net (in Arabic)

The Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress is a Yazidi political party in Iraq. The party represents Yezidi people in the Nineveh plains. It ran in the December 2005 elections and won 0.2% of the popular vote, thus receiving one seat in the Iraqi parliament (held by Amin Farhan Jejo). The party won a local governorate seat in Ninewa in the January 2005 elections and in the January 2009 elections as well.[1][2]

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References

  1. ^ Yazidi Movement for Reform and Progress
  2. ^ Yazidi bloc denounces Kurdistan Region approval for demolishing Yazidi religious temple
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