interparty

interparty

(ˌɪntəˈpɑːtɪ)
adj
occurring or existing between two or more parties, esp political parties
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interparty

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The last interparty agreement, which is soaked in the sweat of international facilitators who helped appoint the special prosecutor, was reached under the pressure of the strong wind, opposing currents and dramatic climate changes.
Coalition-building efforts and interparty dialogue will define the coming weeks.
They also demand that the finalized interparty agreement be connected to Addis Ababa peace process.
SDSM leader Zoran Zaev presented another set of audiotapes of telephone conversations on Tuesday that he said proved that the tearing down of unlawfully constructed buildings across the country was done based on an interparty agreement between VMRO-DPMNE and BDI.
They were supposed to discuss the current political condition, the interparty events and the plans for forming municipality headquarters.
The smaller the difference between the candidates to qualify for the second round, the greater the chance that they would enter interparty deals," Musliu says.
In fact, during periods of muted interparty conflict, such as the 1950s and early 1960s (Campbell, Converse, Miller, and Stokes 1966), presidents may tout the inclusiveness of their party identities.
After all parties agreed unanimously on a re- auction, it decided that an interparty auction be conducted.
Strengthened capacity of political parties to generate interparty program commitments and with the population, that affect development.
To solve the present crisis, he pledged not to convene the interparty caucus discussion on the CSSTA before the CSAS law was legislated.