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AKPAlkaline Phosphatase
AKPAdalet Ve Kalkinma Partisi (Turkish: Party for Justice and Progress)
AKPAnterior Knee Pain
AKPAsahi Kasei Plastics (contact us)
AKPAsahi Kasei Pharma (Japanese pharmaceutical firm)
AKPAlpha Kappa Rho (fraternity/sorority)
AKPAdjustable Keyboard Podium
AKPAgjencia Kombëtare e Privatizimit (Albanian: National Agency for Privatization)
AKPAgjencia Kombetare e Privatizimit (National Agency of Privatization, Albania)
AKPAfrika, Karibik und Pazifischer Raum (German)
AKPArbeidernes Kommunist Parti (Norwegian Political Party)
AKPApogee Kick Planning
AKPAsian King Posse (gang)
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In this regard, the contest primarily pitted the People's Alliance (Cumhur ittifaki), which consists of the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, AK Party), the Nationalist Movement Party (Milliyetci Hareket Partisi, MHP) and the Great Union Party (Btiyuk Birlik Partisi, BBP) and received 53.7 percent of the vote, against the Nation Alliance (Millet Ittifaki), which won 33.9 percent with the support of the Republican People's Party (Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi, CHP), the lyi Party (IYIP), the Felicity Party (Saadet Partisi, SP) and the Democratic Party (DP).
Since coming to power in November 2002, the Islamist Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi - or Justice & Development Party (AKP) - government had performed remarkably well.
Pacing a stage before hundreds of thousands, his blue plaid shirtsleeves rolled up, he spoke of what the AKP, or Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, the Justice and Development Party, had accomplished during the past 11 years: running water, improved infrastructure, growing incomes, headscarves allowed in universities and government workplaces.
THE RECENT corruption probe and ensuing political turmoil within the ruling Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, or AKP) have catapulted Turkey and its government to the international headlines.
The victory of the Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (AKP, Justice and Development Party) in 2002 changed the Turkish party system by finishing the existence of older parties which dominated Turkish politics in the 1980s and 1990s.
The incidents, far from being one-off events, were an integral part of a process that began with a peaceful political earthquake -- namely the November 2002 victory of the Justice and Development Party, Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi or AKP, a reformist party with Islamic origins.
The relationship between the two countries has been steadily degenerating steadily ever since the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi) was voted into office seven years ago.
Later elections brought Recep Tayyip Erdogan, leader of the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, or AKP).
This is because both the Islamist Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (AKP) of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Kemalists see opportunities in the current situation.
Aslinda Turk dis politikasinin gecirdigi degisimlerle birlikte (NATO'ya uyelik, Orta Dogu ulkeleriyle yakinlasma, vb.) bu konuda cesitli calismalar yapilmistir.4 Ozellikle 2002'den itibaren Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (AKP) hukumetleri doneminde, Turk dis politikasinda yasanan degisikliklere bagli olarak soz konusu calismalar artmistir.
Tonge converges with Darby and Mac Ginty that a genuine peace process should have these necessary but insufficient components: "negotiations conducted in good faith; inclusion of the main combatants; a willingness to address the key points of dispute, the disavowal of force; and prolonged commitment." (1) During the peace process in Turkey, although the conflicting parties, the AK Party government (Justice and Development Party, Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi) and the PKK, declared their willingness to resolve the conflict through democratization, they often stated that they did not believe in either the "good faith" or the "prolonged commitment" of the other side to engage in peace negotiations.