Electronic Democracy Party

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Electronic Democracy Party
Elektronik Demokrasi Partisi
Abbreviation e-Parti
Leader Emrehan Halıcı
Founded November 26, 2014 (2014-11-26)
Split from Republican People's Party (CHP)
Headquarters Ankara
Ideology E-democracy
Political position Single-issue
Colours          blue & red
Parliament:
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Website
Official website

The Electronic Democracy Party (Turkish: Elektronik Demokrasi Partisi, abbreviated EDP, eP or e-Parti) is a political party in Turkey which advocates e-Democracy and liberalism. It was formed by Emrehan Halıcı, a Member of Parliament from Ankara, on 26 November 2014.[1] Halıcı had previously resigned from the Republican People's Party (CHP).[2] The party highlights the democratic deficit and the lack of inner-party democracy as key areas of concern.[3]

The Electronic Democracy Party is legally inactive according to September 2016 records of the Chief Public Prosecutor's Office.[4]

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