National Order Party

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National Order Party

Millî Nizam Partisi
Founder Necmettin Erbakan
Founded 1970
Dissolved 1971
Succeeded by National Salvation Party
Headquarters Ankara
Ideology Millî Görüş
Religious conservatism
Anti-Western sentiment
Religion Sunni Islam

National Order Party (Millî Nizam Partisi, MNP) was an Islamist political party in Turkey, which adopted the Millî Görüş ideology. It was founded on 26 January 1970 by Necmettin Erbakan. It was closed down on 20 May 1971 by the authorities on the grounds, that it violated the Constitution, specifically the articles dealing with secularism.[1]

It was succeeded by the National Salvation Party (MSP) established in October 1972.


  1. ^ Uslu, 50.


  • Uslu, Nasuh (2003). The Turkish-American Relationship between 1947 and 2003: The History of a Distinctive Alliance. New York: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 978-1-59033-832-2.

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