Democratic Centrist Tendency

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The Democratic Centrist Tendency was an Iraqi political party founded in 2000 in London by Iraqi exiles who were opposed to the rule of Saddam Hussein. The group publishes the newspaper Al-Nahdah.[1]


The founder members included:

It participated in the Follow-Up and Arrangement Committee in the lead up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.[2]