The Workers' Party of Turkey (Turkish: Türkiye İşçi Partisi, TİP) is a political party in Turkey. The party was founded out of a split in the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP). As a result of the internal strife between two rival factions, the group led by former chairman Erkan Baş initially established People's Communist Party of Turkey (HTKP) in 2014, and after three years, it was rebranded as the Workers' Party of Turkey in 2017 with the participation of intellectuals, young people, women, trade union leaders, and workers. More information...

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