Communal Democracy Party

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Communal Democracy Party
Leader Mehmet Çakıcı
Founded May 2007
Merger of TKP and BDH
Headquarters Nicosia, Northern Cyprus
Ideology Social democracy[1]
Union of Cyprus
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
Colours Red, Blue, White
3 / 50
Politics of North Cyprus
Political parties

The Communal Democracy Party (Turkish: Toplumcu Demokrasi Partisi, TDP) is a social-democratic[1] political party in the de facto Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The party came into being in May 2007 as a merger of the Peace and Democracy Movement with the Communal Liberation Party. At the Last legislative elections for the Assembly of the Republic in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on 19 April 2009 the Communal Democracy Party, in its first ever elections, won 2 out of 50 seats and 6.87% of the popular vote.


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