Jailed Iranian reformist party leader released on bail
The head of Iran's reformist Islamic Iran Participation Front party (IIPF) was released on bail, opposition websites reported Thursday.
Mohsen Mirdamadi was released Wednesday on a bail of 450,000 dollars, the websites said.
The IIPF supports the opposition Green Movement, led by defeated presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Moussavi, DPA reported.
Mirdamadi and the IIPF were among those who accused the government of election fraud in the June presidential polls and refused to acknowledge the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Mirdamadi was arrested after the June polls on charges of propaganda against the Islamic establishment and plans to topple the system.