İyi Parti (translated as "Good Party" in English) is a political party in Turkey founded in 2017. It is a right-wing, conservative party that was formed by members who split from the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP). The party has its roots in Turkish nationalism and is opposed to the policies of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).
İyi Parti has a strong presence in the Turkish parliament and has won seats in both the general elections of 2018 and the local elections of 2019. The party has a number of positions on key issues, including a commitment to Turkish nationalism and the protection of Turkish sovereignty, support for a market-based economy, and a focus on social justice and the welfare of the Turkish people.
The party is led by Meral Akşener, a former Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey. It has a strong following among conservative and nationalist voters in Turkey, and has played a significant role in Turkish politics in recent years.