grass-roots

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grass-roots

[ˈgrɑːsˈruːts] ADJ [movement] → de base; [support, opinion] → de las bases
grass-roots politicspolítica f donde se trata de los problemas corrientes de la gente
see also grass B
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If we reset again the elections this May, it is a strike three against grassroots democracy.
Recto said that if the elections scheduled in May would be postponed anew, it is a 'strike three against grassroots democracy.
However, Ley's widow, Rachana, said the party was antithetical to the views of her late husband - who despite helping to found the Grassroots Democracy Party chose to stay out of party politics - and she was not supportive of Rithisith using Ley's name.
The roots of Swiss identity lie in a common history, in shared myths and in the freedom of grassroots democracy and the federalist tradition.
In another connection, Youssef Chahed said his government is fully prepared for municipal elections which will pave the way for decentralisation and grassroots democracy.
Political Dynamics of Grassroots Democracy in Vietnam.
Besides the civic amenities, the new local bodies shall also act as nurseries of grassroots democracy to strengthen the democratic order with full public participation, he added.
Kem Ley was a voice for accountability and grassroots democracy and was not afraid to stand up for what was right.
This "townhall vote on steroids" lasted for a brief two hours, but the citizenry turned out in droves, bringing the kids along for a lesson in this basic exercise of grassroots democracy.
While Sanders backers have often framed the argument as one between grassroots democracy and elitist machine politics, the papers uncovered by In These Times reveal a thornier philosophical dispute.
THE royal town of Sutton Cold-field has officially launched its own town council - marking a new era for grassroots democracy in Birmingham.
THE Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield has officially launched its own town council, marking a new era for grassroots democracy in Birmingham.

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