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Welfare Party

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Conservatism, the ‘modern’ Conservative Party and the welfare state

Welfare and Capitalism in Postwar Japan: Party, Bureaucracy, and Business

Clear Blue Water: The Conservative Party and the Welfare State since 1940. By Robert M. Page

STATES PARTIES TO THE 1990 AFRICAN CHARTER ON THE RIGHTS AND WELFARE OF THE CHILD

Social Class and the Changing Welfare State Agenda of Radical Right Parties in Europe

The New Progressive Dilemma through the Lens of Comparative Welfare State and Party Research

States Parties to the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child of 11 July 1990

Public Policy for Non-humans: Exploring UK State-wide Parties' Formative Policy Record on Animal Welfare, 1979–2010

No Hammock for the Idle: The Conservative Party, ‘Youth’ and the Welfare State in the 1960s

Social Democracy and the Welfare State in Context: The Conditioning Effect of Institutional Legacies and Party Competition

Refah Partisi (Welfare Party) and ors v Turkey, Merits, App No 41340/98, App No 41342/98, App No 41343/98, App No 41344/98, ECHR 2003-II, [2003] ECHR 87, (2003) 37 EHRR 1, IHRL 3348 (ECHR 2003), 13th February 2003, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]

 

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Refah Partisi (RP). Turkish Islamist political organization established in 1983 as heir to two earlier parties, Milli Nizam Partisi (National Order Party, MNP) and Milli Selamet Partisi (National Salvation Party, MSP), which were successively banned from politics. Each of the three parties was led by Necmettin Erbakan. MNP was banned before it could stand for elections; MSP participated in two coalition governments before being shut down following the 1980 military coup. The RP participated in elections and in 1995 won more parliamentary seats than any other party. Erbakan became prime minister in 1996 at the head of a coalition government but was forced out of power by the military in 1997. The RP was outlawed in 1998. The Fazilet Partisi (Virtue Party, FP) was soon organized and became identified as the Islamically oriented party. The RP advocated stronger ties with other Muslim countries and an economic system based on Islamic morals rather than global capitalist ideas.

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