The Analyses of the Idelogy and History of National Outlook Movement in Turkey

Authors

  • Namig MAMMADOV Dr., Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Email: mammadov.namig@yahoo.com ORCID: 0000-0003-4356-6111

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46291/IJOSPERvol7iss4pp1110-1120

Keywords:

Turkey, N. Erbakan, Natıonal Outlook Movement, National Order Party, National Salvation Party, Welfare Party

Abstract

This article examines and analyzes the history of the formation and development of the National Outlook Movement in Turkey, its ideology and social base and the main driving forces, as well as the main political parties and their activities. The article also analyzes the historical circumstances that influenced the formation and development of the movement, including the role of the movement's leader, prominent scientist and researcher, professor Najmeddin Erbakan, as well as the reasons for his entry into the political arena and its consequences. The role of N. Erbakan in the political life of Turkey was investigated and tried to be evaluated. It was noted that, the main ideology of the National Outlook parties is a free market economy without interest, the strengthening of production, the establishment of a just society in which basic human rights are protected, and so on.The first openly political Islamist political party in Turkish history was the National Order Party, formed on January 30, 1970. However, the party did not last long and was closed in 1971 by a decision of the Constitutional Court. Instead, party representatives formed the National Salvation Party in October 1972. This party, like all other political parties in Turkey, was closed after the 1980 coup. However, it became a partner of the government for the first time, and one of the most important decisions of this government was send of Turkish forces to Cyprus.With the permission of the National Security Council, the Welfare Party (WP) was formed in 1983 under the leadership of Ahmet Tekdal, representing the same direction. After the lifting of political bans, N. Erbakan was re-elected party leader. The 1990s marked a new stage in the development of the National Outlook movement. The Welfare Party's reputation began to rise. In the 1995 elections, the party won 21 percent of the vote. In 1996, N. Erbakan formed a coalition government with the True Path Party, led by Tansu Chiller. This government resigned as a result of the February 28 process, and the party was dissolved. The members of the party formed the Virtue Party. Disagreements between innovative and conservative groups within the party led to the formation of two political parties, the Justice and Development Party and the Felicity Party, after the party was dissolved in 2001.

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Published

2020-12-23

How to Cite

MAMMADOV, N. (2020). The Analyses of the Idelogy and History of National Outlook Movement in Turkey. International Journal of Social, Political and Economic Research, 7(4), 1110-1120. https://doi.org/10.46291/IJOSPERvol7iss4pp1110-1120

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