factionist

factionist

(ˈfækʃənɪst)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the leader or representative of a faction
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member of a faction
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The causes of Homicidal injuries are varied like land disputes, riots, factionist disputes and bank robbery.
Therefore I hold that no false Christian or factionist can faithfully translate.
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet BahE*eli: "As long as the AK Party supports the [Free Syrian Army] FSA, Assad provokes the factionist forces.
Hyderabad, Feb 8 ( ANI ): YSR Congress Party has accused the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) of functioning like a factionist by harassing the IAS officers.
IAS officers have been targeted and there is pressure to put some names in their mouths, they said and reiterated that CBI was functioning like a factionist.
Idealistic assumptions that religious groups or political powers can or will create or even very closely approximate a utopian society in which all factionist friction quietly fades away forever would be completely naive.
As long as Catholics are treated with anything approaching reason and justice there is not the slightest ground for fearing in Ontario that they will ever act in a factionist and aggressive spirit.
Instead, the former Bareun Party lawmakers a primarily the anti-Park factionists a are backing up Hong's bid for leadership of the party.
Until 1547 the Japanese penetrated Chinese lands for commercial purpose using "tallies" (licenses), and in the second part of the 16th century by pirating with "wako"s or corsairs sometimes hired by Chinese factionists prone to overturn their own emperor's rule in China (44-5).
The 1832 Reform Act had not delivered rights and justice and the reformed parliament had descended into "struggles between adverse bands of factionists for the right of tyrannizing.
Their [Massachusetts'] own people will put down these factionists as soon as they see the real object of their opposition [i.