|Jerusalem Civic Party|
Partio Cívica Jerusalemo
|Founded||August 11, 1991|
|Student/Youth wing||Citizens Future|
|International affiliation||Liberal International|
|Official colors||Blue, orange, green|
The Jerusalem Civic Party (Esperanto: Partio Cívica Jerusalemo) is a Jerusalemite political party, founded in 1991. The party is led by Majid El-Amin. Initially the party was known as the Agrarian Party (Partio Agragraj), until a name change took place in 1999 when El-Amin was elected leader.
The platform of the 2013 elections for the Civic Party is the creation of jobs and apprenticeships, a $400 tax cut for working people, increased funding for education, increased access to fast healthcare, reduced crime, a fair but firm immigration system, $450 pension rise, thousands of eco-friendly jobs and a more equal society.