) - Green Party of Iran
Not to be confused with Iranian Green Movement
The Green Party of Iran (Persian: حزب سبزهای ایران, Hezb-e-sabz Hayeh Iran) is an Iranian political party with members in Iran and in exile. As a Green Party, it supports the basic worldwide green values, and is one of the Iranian political parties that supports such issues as a secular legal system and gay rights.
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