Hak ve Eşitlik Partisi

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Hak ve Eşitlik Partisi
Party Chairman Yücel Savaş
Secretary General Umut Çakır
Foundation 4. September 2008
Founding site Ankara
Alignment Nationalism, Kemalism
Color(s) Black, White, Red
Parliamentary seats

The Hak ve Eşitlik Partisi(HEPAR, German: “Party for Law and Equality”) is a nationalist splinter party in Turkey. In contrast to the Milliyetçi Hareket Partisi, it rejects conservatism and advocates modern nationalism.

The founder is ex-general Osman Pamukoğlu, best known for his role in the war against the outlawed underground PKK. The party’s emblem is an “Anatolian eagle” in a sun.[1]

In the 2011 parliamentary elections, the party received 124,415 votes (0.29%). In the 2014 local elections it received 40,448 votes (0.12 %).

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