Movement for National Reform
Published 2nd May, 2012
The Movement for National Reform was founded in 1999 when Sheikh Abdallah Djaballah was dismissed as leader of the Renaissance Movement (Ennahda). The Party describes itself as centre-right and believes in moderate Islamism and Muslim democracy.
In their first electoral test in 2002 they won 43 seats in the 389 seat People’s National Assembly. In 2007 they were reduced to just three seats.