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What does DPP stand for?

DPP stands for Democratic People's Party (South Korea)

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It was no coincidence that Semra Euzal was elected chairwoman of the ANAP ystanbul provincial branch; that there was cooperation between the Kurdish left, considered to be the PKK's political wing, and the Social Democratic People's Party (SHP); and a merger of the Democratic Center Party (DMP) of former ystanbul Mayor Bedrettin Dalan, who also has a warrant out for his arrest as a suspect in the Ergenekon case, with the True Path Party (DYP) of SE-leyman Demirel.
Even in Europe, religious parties such as Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in Germany, Christian Democratic People's Party of Switzerland, the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) in the Netherlands, and the historical Christian Democracy in Italy have participated in the electoral process.
Aa The bloc was announced at a press conference by Hossam Abdelrahman, head of the little known Free Republican Party, and reports had claimed that other parties involved in this bloc were the Democratic People's Party, the Democratic Union Party as well as the Arab Socialist Party.
Megawati, who leads the Democratic People's party of Struggle, has a strong following as the daughter of independence hero Sukarno and was the figurehead of the opposition against Suharto's regime in the late 1990s.
2009 Federal Council members Micheline Calmy-Rey: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Social Democratic Party member Pascal Couchepin: Minister of Home Affairs and Free Democratic Party (Radical Party) member Moritz Leuenberger: Minister of Transport, Communications and Energy and Social Democratic Party member Doris Leuthard: Vice President, and Minister of Economic Affairs and Christian Democratic People's Party member Ueli Maurer: Minister of Defence, Civil Protection and Sports and Swiss People's Party member Hans-Rudolf Merz: President, and Minister of Finance and Free Democratic Party (Radical Party) member Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf: Minister of Justice and Police and Conservative Democratic Party member