Hak ve Eşitlik Partisi
|Party Chairman||Yücel Savaş|
|Secretary General||Umut Çakır|
|Foundation||4. September 2008|
|Color(s)||Black, White, Red|
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.
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 %).