The Necmettin Erbakan version of the G8 was a summit of eight countries that was proposed by the former Prime Minister of Turkey, Necmettin Erbakan.
The formation stands for the development of eight.
An international organization consisting of eight developing countries in the East, namely Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Turkey, has been established. These countries are distinguished by their abundant underground and surface resources, dynamic and populous labor force, and large market potential. However, their performance has yet to reach the desired level. If this formation, with its lofty ambitions, can free itself from the pressure of the Western world and make use of its full potential, it will be able to surpass the G7 and the European Union.
It is perplexing why the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has not abandoned its passion and instead focused on the D8. It would be in the best interest of all Islamic countries to strengthen the D8, which would be based on equal partnership and medium-sized equal powers, rather than joining the SCO and the European Union (EU), which are both under the control of larger states. It is not a dream to revive the D8, as it was founded by Erbakan in just one year, despite the current government having been in power for 14 years and claiming to be Islamist.
In 1997, Erbakan was downloaded with the process of 28 February. In Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto was dismissed, exiled, and murdered. In 1998, Suharto's 30-year rule in Indonesia ended when he was forced to resign. In the same year, Abacha was found dead in his bed in Nigeria. Mubarak was overthrown in Egypt and Hasina was imprisoned in Bangladesh. He became the only leader in Malaysia to retain the Mahathir position and Rafsanjani left the presidency of Iran in 1997.