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Ottoman Party for Administrative Decentralization

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The Ottoman Party for Administrative Decentralization or (OPAD) was a political party in the Ottoman Empire founded in January 1913. Based in Cairo, OPAD called for the reform of the Ottoman provincial administration for Arab provinces through decentralization of power and functions, rather than outright independence.
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