Democratic Center Party (Turkey)

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Democratic Center Party (Turkish: Demokrat Merkez Partisi) was a conservative political party in Turkey.

It was established by the former mayor of İstanbul Bedrettin Dalan on May 17, 1990, who left the center-right Motherland Party ANAP, he was one of the founders in 1983.

Democratic Center Party merged with the Süleyman Demirel's right-wing, conservative True Path Party DYP on September 14, 1991, shortly before the general elections of October 20, 1991.