داشناکسیون

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
Armenian Revolutionary Federation

Հայ Յեղափոխական Դաշնակցութիւն
Other nameDashnaktsutyun
قیسا آدیARF (English)
ՀՅԴ (Armenian)
Founders • Christapor Mikaelian
 • Stepan Zorian
 • Simon Zavarian
قورولوش1890[۱] in Tiflis, Russian Empire
(now Tbilisi, Georgia)
مرکزیHanrapetutyun Street 30, Yerevan
قزئتیYerkir (Երկիր, "Country") and Droshak (Դրօշակ, "Banner")
اؤیرنجی قانادی • ARF Shant Student Association
 • ARF Armen Karo Student Association
جوانلار قانادیArmenian Youth Federation
TV ChannelYerkir Media (in Armenia)
عۆضو اوْلانلار6,800 (حدود 2012, in Armenia only)[۲]
ایدئولوژی
Political positionLeft-wing[۲۲][۲۳]
میللی باغلانتیHomeland Salvation Movement (in Armenia (2020–2021))
Armenia Alliance (in Armenia)
March 8 Alliance (in Lebanon)
اوروپا باغلانتی‌سیParty of European Socialists (observer)[۲۴]
بین‌الخالق باغلانتی‌سیSocialist International[۲۵]
رنگ(لر)  Red and   gold
شوعار"Ազատություն կամ մահ"
Azatut'yun kam mah
("Freedom or Death")[۲۶]
مارش"Մշակ, բանուոր"
Mshag Panvor
("Peasant and Worker")
Affiliates • Armenian Relief Society
 • Homenetmen
 • Hamazkayin
 • ANCA
National Assembly of Armenia[۲۷]
۱۰ / ۱۰۷
National Assembly of Artsakh
۳ / ۳۳
Parliament of Lebanon
۳ / ۱۲۸
حیزب بایراقی
Armenian Revolutionary Federation Flag.svg
وئب‌سایت
www.arfd.info

^ a: United Armenia is an irredentist concept referring to areas within the traditional Armenian homeland. The ARF idea of "United Armenia" incorporates claims to Western Armenia (eastern Turkey), Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh),
the landlocked exclave Nakhichevan of Azerbaijan and
the Javakheti (Javakhk) region of Georgia.

داشناکسیون ویا ارمنی اینقیلابی فدراسیونو (ارمنی. Հայ Յեղափոխական Դաշնակցութիւն؛ Hay Heğapoxakan Daşnaksutyun) — ان ایری و موتشکّیل ارمنی سیاسی تشکیلات‌لاریندان بیری. 1890-جی ایلده تیفلیسده یارادیلیب. ارمنی دیاسپورونون اولدوغو بوتون اؤلکه‌لرده بورولاری فعالیت گؤستریر.  

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