Last modified: 2019-07-22 by ivan sache
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Flags of DTP - Images by Ivan Sache, 24 March 2019
The Democratic Society Party (Demokratik Toplum Partisi - DTP) was established on 17 August 2005 from the merger of the DEHAP and the Democratic Society Movement (Demokratik Toplum Hareketi - DTH). Declared illegal and disbanded on 12 December 2009, the party was later succeded by the BDP.
Esteban Rivera, 24 March 2019
The flag of DTP appears to have been designed primarily for vertical hosting,
since its horizontal versions appear in most cases as the vertical
version hoisted horizontally - without rotating the party's emblem.
As it is commonly the case with political flags, the flag of the DTP is used in different versions, all yellow with different renditions of the party's emblem:
- a vertical flag displayed horizontally, rose flower and leaves outlined in white (photo, photo) (as it is the case in the self-standing emblem);
- a horizontal flag displayed horizontally, rose flower and leaves outlined in white (photo, photo, photo);
- a vertical flag displayed horizontally, rose flower and leaves outlined in yellow (photo, photo);
- a vertical flag, rose flower and leaves outlined in yellow (photo, photo);
- a vertical flag, rose flower and leaves outlined in white (photo).
Ivan Sache, 24 March 2019
Flag of DEHAP - Image by Onur Özgün, 25 January 2004
The Democratic People's Party (Demokratik Halk Partisi - DEHAP) was founded on 24 October 1997 as the successor to the Kurdish party HADEP, which was banned on 13 March 2003 by the Constitutional Court.
The flag of the DEHAP showed the emblem of the party on a background whose colours varied from yellow to dark orange.
Onur Özgün, 25 January 2004
A different flag of the DEHAP was seen during a Kurdish demonstration in Turkey in 2004.
Dov Gutterman, 23 November 2005
Flag of HADEP - Image by Jaume Ollé, after a photo, 9 August 2001
The People's Democratic Party (Halkın Demokrasi Partisi - HADEP) was founded on 11 May 1994 as a Kurdish nationalist party. It was banned on 13 March 2003 by the Constitutional Court.
The flag of the HADEP, adopted in 1994, consists in the party emblem, including a blue butterfly, on a yellow field.
Onur Özgün, & & Jaume Ollé, 9 August 2003