Revolutionary Socialist Workers' Party (Turkey)
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|Devrimci Sosyalist İşçi Partisi
Revolutionary Socialist Workers' Party
|Leader||Şevket Doğan Tarkan|
|International affiliation||International Socialist Tendency|
Founded in 1997, the Revolutionary Socialist Workers' Party (Turkish: Devrimci Sosyalist İşçi Partisi, (DSİP)) is a Trotskyist party in Turkey. One of its leaders, Doğan Tarkan, had links to Kurtuluş Hareketi (Liberation Movement) before the 1980 Turkish coup d'état.
An opposition grouping within DSİP named Antikapitalist was formed following a split in DSİP. The group had no relation with DSİP after that split.
The party did not participate in elections in Turkey but supported left-wing electoral alliances. At the 2007 elections, they declared support for the independent candidates of Democratic Society Party.