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1996 Iran 2004
Iranian legislative election, 2000
All 290 seats to the Parliament of Iran
February 10 2000/May 23, 2000
First party Second party
Mehdi Karubi-campagne.jpg Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani.jpg
Leader Mehdi Karroubi Mohammad-Reza Mahdavi Kani
Party Reformists Conservatives
Last election 80 110
Seats won 189 54
Percentage 65% 19%

Speaker-elect
Mehdi Karroubi
Reformists

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Iranian parliamentary elections, 2000, was the election held for the sixth parliament of Iran (2000-2004) after the Iranian revolution. The election was swept by reformist parties, such as the Islamic Iran Participation Front. They won 189 out of 290 seats in the Majlis, with conservatives winning 54, independents 42.[1][2]

e • d Summary of the 10 February and 23 May 2000 Majlis of Iran election results
Orientiation of candidates Votes % Seats % of Seats
Reformists 189 65%
Conservatives 54 19%
Independents 42 14%
Armenians recognized minority religion 2 0.6%
Chaldean and Assyrian Catholic recognized minority religion 1 0.3%
Jewish recognized minority religion 1 0.3%
Zoroastrian recognized minority religion 1 0.3%
Total 38,726,386 100 290 100
Source: nationsencyclopedia

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