interparty

interparty

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

interparty

References in periodicals archive ?
Interparty conflicts in the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) - Pakistan and rumblings of dissatisfaction amid local government representatives do not bode well for the mayor's future.
It's not a smokescreen, it's been under discussion within the context of the interparty dialogue ever since the parties stated their wish lists in 2017," says Sandy Wade, a former EU diplomat in Addis Ababa.
Firing a revered military hero, who also happened to be a Republican, "delivered the final blow to interparty cooperation in foreign affairs" (118).
Justice Mutende's directive will be in force until January 28 next year when an interparty hearing will be held.
But ahead of elections, the South Asian country that has sweated out dictatorships for almost half its age, is witnessing interparty squabbling; state institutions jostling for space; politicians facing court cases; and media baying for politicians' blood - all contributing to the uncertainty that has already taken its toll on the country's economy.
The proportionality of interparty allocation of seats and the proportionality of territorial representation are not necessarily opposing principles at all times.
Journalist Saso Ordanovski comments in Sloboden pecat that the candidate lists for Mayors and advisors both of BDI and BESA will reflect their interparty conflicts and municipal dominance of political fractions.
The interparty surveys calculate candidates' rating in supporters and fellow party members, and will decide which candidate enjoys the biggest support and will run the electoral race.
And with that, Ghana reinforced its credentials as one of the leading democracies on the African continent, boasting seven consecutive free and fair elections and multiple interparty transfers of power.
The flurry of interparty and intraparty meetings has reached a crescendo and might herald agreement to hold the democratic process despite disputes on the outcome or nominations, thus fulfilling the desire the Lebanese people have long harbored for their president to be elected in Parliament without any external pressure.
What keeps me up at night is that Trump has broken the system, a system rotted away through years of interparty viciousness and neglect.
With the interparty battles of the primary season ending, the parties can switch their emphasis to healing internal wounds and attacking the other party's nominee.