Democratic People's Party (Turkey)
|Founded||October 24, 1997|
|Dissolved||August 17, 2005|
|Merged into||Democratic Society Party|
|Colors||Red, Orange or Yellow|
Democratic People's Party (Turkish: Demokratik Halk Partisi, DEHAP) was a Kurdish nationalist political party in Turkey. DEHAP was founded 24 October 1997. It was the continuation of the People's Democracy Party (HADEP), which was banned in March 2003 by the Constitutional Court on the grounds that it supported the Kurdistan Workers Party.
- Emrullah Uslu, The Transformation of Kurdish Political Identity in Turkey: Impact of Modernization, Democratization and Globalization, ProQuest, 2009, ISBN 978-1-109-05548-1, p. 73.
- Moghadam 2007, 86.
- Marcus 2007, xi
- Marcus, Aliza (2007). Blood and Belief: The PKK and the Kurdish Fight for Independence. New York: New York University Press. ISBN 0-8147-5711-1.
- Moghadam, Valentine M. (2007). From Patriarchy to Empowerment: Women's Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. ISBN 0-8156-3111-1.