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Flags of the AKP - Images by André Coutanche, 27 July 2007
The newspaper today shows a rally in Istanbul. Flags with the party logotype are flown: black, white, and orange on white; yellow, white, and black on yellow; white on light blue; and white on orange. The Turkish flag is prominent as well. On all party flags, there are the words "AK PARTİ" below, with more, smaller, writing below that. Some appear to be vertical.
Nathan Lamm, 23 July 2007
I had a clip from World News Today on BBC4 and BBC World tv on 23 July
2007 which showed what is described above. The tv clip didn't have any yellow
flags, and the Party's own specifications (see below) don't allow for a yellow version.
The English version of the Party's website (section "Party Identity") has a 2.34MB PDF document (in Turkish) which completely specifies everything about their logo, typeface, banners, flags etc. Using the illustrations there, and applying the RGB colours they define (which happen to be browser-safe), we get the three versions of their flag, on white, blue and orange.
André Coutanche, 27 July 2007
Flag of the HSP, two versions - Images by Ivan Sache, 18 November 2019
The People's Voice Party (Halkın Sesi Partisi - HSP), mostly known as HAS PARTİ (Pure Party), was established on 1 November 2010 by
Numan Kurtulmuş (b. 1959) and merged into the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on 19 September 2012 "to build a new and strong Turkey".
[Hurriyet Daily News, 20 September 2012]
The flag of HSP (photo, photo) was blue with the party's emblem and name. The flag was also used with a white background (photo).
Ivan Sache, 18 November 2019