Reform Principles The First Reform PrincipleSeparation of religion and state. The Second Reform PrincipleDebarring the clergy from interference in political and judicial matters. The Third Reform PrincipleRemoval of the barriers between the various sects and confessions. The Fourth Reform PrincipleThe abolition of feudalism, the organization of national economy on the basis of production and the protection of the rights of labour and the interests of the nation and the state. The Fifth Reform PrincipleFormation of strong armed forces which will be effective in determining the destiny of the country and the nation. October 12th, 2016|0 Comments Share This Post FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestEmail Leave A CommentYou must be logged in to post a comment.