antireform

antireform

(ˌæntɪrɪˈfɔːm)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to reform
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MP from BDI, Artan Grubi condemned the antireform approach of the Albanian opposition on social networks.
A wider range of local, unaffiliated, anti-health service cuts groups also became active in the antireform campaign.
Ultimately, this self-indulgent and antireform mindset, common to all Philippine Presidents, have spelled the doom of agrarian reform.
The antireform block warned Easley that if he voted for the replacement strategy, they would recall him.
Locher has officially dismissed these proposals as diversionary "bullet traps" designed to divert antireform opponents from more-moderate goals.
13) Again, the antireform lobby consistently fails to acknowledge this pattern of illegal conduct that cries out not only for the Dodd-Frank reforms, but much stronger regulatory and enforcement measures.
Even so, all those antireform state politicians who had sat out the convention were not about to make the same mistake when it came to ratification.
But if Mr Milburn believes antireform parties do not win elections, he should know that neither do divided ones.
With such links, he was able to maintain the support of the masses and prevent political discontent and antireform feelings (Levitsky 2003).
To promote their own reform agenda against the powerful Min clan, the progressives labeled the gradualist reformers the Sadae Party and criticized their great power-worshipping and antireform stance.
14) The performance issue is exacerbated by the competing claims and data from antireform groups that challenge both the notion that schools are failing and the effectiveness of proposed reforms.
22) Yet what may have unsettled Bentham most about Parliamentary Logic was its very subversiveness, Hamilton's antireform views notwithstanding, its willingness to undermine logic and principle alike in the pursuit of tactical advantage.