Parti Keadilan dan Pembangunan (Turki)

(Dilencongkan dari Parti Keadilan dan Pembangunan)

Parti Keadilan dan Pembangunan (bahasa Turki: Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi atau AK Parti) merupakan sebuah parti politik konservatif di Republik Turki. AK Parti berhaluan tengah-kanan dan Islamis. Ia merupakan parti majoriti di Parlimen Turki kini.

Parti Keadilan dan Pembangunan
Justice and Development Party
Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi
AK Parti
KetuaRecep Tayyip Erdoğan
Parliamentary LeaderNaci Bostancı
SpokespersonMahir Ünal
FounderRecep Tayyip Erdoğan
Diasaskan14 Ogos 2001; 18 tahun yang lalu (2001-08-14)
Ibu pejabatSöğütözü Caddesi No 6
Çankaya, Ankara
Sayap beliaAK Youth
Keahlian  (2019) 10,211,596[1]
Ideologi
Kedudukan politikPolitik haluan kanan[13][14]
Penggabungan nasionalPerikatan Rakyat Turki
Warna rasmi     Orange
     Blue
Parlimen Turki
291 / 600
Pentadbiran metropolitan
15 / 30
Pentadbiran daerah
742 / 1,351
Provincial
councillors
757 / 1,251
Municipal
Assemblies
10,173 / 20,498
Tapak web
http://www.akparti.org.tr/
Politik Turki
Parti politik
Pilihan raya

Ketuanya, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan merupakan Perdana Menteri Turki manakala Presiden Turki, Abdullah Gül juga seorang ahli.

Pemimpin partiSunting

No. Gambar Nama

(Lahir–Meninggal dunia)

Mula Khidmat amat Khidmat
1 Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

(lahir1954)

14 Ogos 2001 27 Ogos 2014
2 Ahmet Davutoğlu

(lahir 1959)

27 Ogos 2014 22 Mei 2016
3 Binali Yıldırım

(lahir 1955)

22 Mei 2016 21 Mei 2017
4
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

(lahir 1954)

21 Mei 2017 Penyandang

Pautan luarSunting

RujukanSunting

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