oppositionist


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op·po·si·tion·ist

 (ŏp′ə-zĭsh′ə-nĭst)
n.
A member of an opposition.

op′po·si′tion·ist adj.
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oppositionist

noun
One that opposes another in a battle, contest, controversy, or debate:
Translations

oppositionist

[ˌɒpəˈzɪʃənɪst] N (Pol) → militante mf de la oposición clandestina

oppositionist

n (Pol) → Oppositionelle(r) mf
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I will be critical, not oppositionist and will put the people we represent first.
Force-feeding constitutes a serious violation of human rights and the right of a person to do as they wish with their body, said the Joint List oppositionist Arab group in the Knesset.
MOSCOW, July 27 (KUNA) -- Russia condemned on Saturday the assassination of prominent Tunisian oppositionist Mohammad Brahimi, saying it is an attempt to destroy the political stability in Tunisia.
Tunisian Interior Minister accuses a fanatic Islamic fundamentalist of killing the oppositionist Mohammed Al Barahmi, general strike and mass demonstrations demanding the departure of government.
Joining the celebration on January 22, 2013, Ukrainian political elite - the President, as well as the leaders of oppositionist parties Batkivshchyna, UDAR, and Svoboda laid flowers to the monuments of the two most outstanding activists fighting for the unity and independence of the country - 19th century poet Taras Shevchenko and political figure, historian Mykhailo Hrushevskyi.
In a statement published by the pan-Arab newspaper AL HAYAT on December 14, 2011, Sadr said: "Maliki's visit to the United States is considered as a submission to it and a political weakness in violation of the religious authority and the feelings of Muslims in the rejectionist, oppositionist and resistance states.
Hizbullah runs Lebanon," Malik Al-Abdeh, a Syrian oppositionist living in London, told The Media Line, adding that Nasrallah's speech was an indicator to Bashar Al-Asad's level of desperation.
There, the South Dublin refractory girls became a perfect issue for the independent oppositionist Irish members of Parliament.
Another leadership contender, Rhodri Glyn Thomas, said the group needed a more oppositionist role.
The following September, Operation Condor organized the Rome attack that disabled Christian Democratic oppositionist Bernardo Leighton and his wife.
the oppositionist message to women has gained support through its flexibility in key areas that affect women.
The move, which saw 46 members of Knessetvote in favor and 40 oppose, was sharply decried by the Joint List oppositionist Arab group in the Knesset, which arguedthis law represents a new method of torture and seriously violates medical ethics.