|Headquarters||Tornslingan 15, Trångsund|
The Drevviken Party (Swedish: Drevvikenpartiet) is a local political party in Huddinge Municipality, Sweden. The party advocates that Trångsund and Skogås should separate from Huddinge and form a separate municipality.
1998-2001 DP took part in a centre-right governing coalition in the municipality, on the condition that a plebiscite would be held on bifurcation. However such a plebiscite did not materialize, and DP left the coalition.
In the 2002 municipal elections in Huddinge, DP got 2140 votes (4.5%) and three seats in the Huddinge municipal council.
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