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Greens And The Left Party Of The Future

Greens and the Left Party of the Future
Leader Sevil Turan (female spokesperson)
Naci Sönmez (male spokesperson)
Founded 25 November 2012
Headquarters İzmir 2 Cad. 45/15 Kızılay, Ankara
Ideology Libertarian socialism
Green politics
Anti-capitalism
Alter-globalization
Direct democracy
Secularism
Transfeminism
Political position Left-wing
International affiliation none
European affiliation European Green Party
Colours Green
Website
http://yesillervesolgelecek.org/
Politics of Turkey
Political parties
Elections

Greens and the Left Party of the Future (Turkish: Yeşiller ve Sol Gelecek Partisi, YSGP) is a left-libertarian and green party in Turkey. It was founded on 25 November 2012 as a merger of the Greens and the Equality and Democracy Party.

Prominent members include Murat Belge, left-liberal political author and columnist for Taraf; Kutluğ Ataman, filmmaker and contemporary artist; and Ufuk Uras, former Istanbul deputy and president of the Freedom and Solidarity Party.

The party is

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