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Basej-e Milli

National Movement
(Afghanistan Green Trend)
Leader Amrullah Saleh
Founded 2010 (2010)
Ideology Islamic democracy,
Reformism
Centrism
Political position Centre
Website
green-trend.com
Politics of Afghanistan
Political parties
Elections

The Basej-e Milli (National Movement) alternatively called Afghanistan Green Trend (Rawand-e Sabz-e Afghanistan) is a political party in Afghanistan created by former Afghan intelligence chief (2004–2010) Amrullah Saleh. Basej-e Milli started as a grassroots movement when Saleh visited cities and small towns in several Afghan provinces talking about his political beliefs in favour of democracy and reform but strongly opposing the Taliban.[1] In May 2011, more than 20,000 of Saleh's followers took part in an anti-Taliban demonstration in the capital Kabul.[2][3][4]

References

  1. ^ "Uniting a polarized Afghanistan".  
  2. ^ "Thousands of Afghans Rally in Kabul".  
  3. ^ "Anti-Taliban rally".  
  4. ^ "Govt Opposition Warn of Taking to Streets".  
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