The Reformist Democracy Party (Turkish: Islahatçı Demokrasi Partisi, abbreviated IDP) was a right-wing Nationalist political party in Turkey formed on 21 March 1984. In 1991 elections as a result of a coalition of there parties, the party was able to gain three seats in the parliament After 1991-1995 term the party failed to gain any seats in the parliament. It was renamed Nation Party on 23 November 1992. Its chairman is Aykut Edibali.

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  • The Reformist Democracy Party (Turkish: Islahatçı Demokrasi Partisi, abbreviated IDP) was a right-wing Nationalist political party in Turkey formed on 21 March 1984. In 1991 elections as a result of a coalition of there parties, the party was able to gain three seats in the parliament After 1991-1995 term the party failed to gain any seats in the parliament. It was renamed Nation Party on 23 November 1992. Its chairman is Aykut Edibali. (en)
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  • The Reformist Democracy Party (Turkish: Islahatçı Demokrasi Partisi, abbreviated IDP) was a right-wing Nationalist political party in Turkey formed on 21 March 1984. In 1991 elections as a result of a coalition of there parties, the party was able to gain three seats in the parliament After 1991-1995 term the party failed to gain any seats in the parliament. It was renamed Nation Party on 23 November 1992. Its chairman is Aykut Edibali. (en)
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