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party politics

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics conducted through, by, or for parties, as opposed to other interests or the public good
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So virulent is the microbe of party politics, even in a peaceable old man, that Captain Jim's cheeks were flushed and his eyes were flashing with all his old-time fire.
PESHAWAR -- Advisor to the Chief Minister for Sports, Tourism and Culture, Malik Amjad Afridi here Wednesday underscored the need for rising above party politics for speedy development of the country and solution of masses problems.
IT'S a pity that so far any discussion on a West Midlands powerhouse is dominated by either party politics or pure emotion.
WELSH Grand National runner-up Benvolio has been bought by Patricia Thompson after being identified as a horse capable of claiming her a second Grand National victory 23 years after she won the world's most famous race with Party Politics.
Anna said no change can be brought through party politics and that there was no mention of politics in the Indian Constitution.
It is time for a Citizen Legislator who puts People over Party Politics .
order to win, he said: "We genuinely had to become a national movement that was much bigger than party politics, much bigger than politicians".
I HAVE noticed that Andy Preston has had a lot of criticism lately for his campaign to end national party politics driving a local government agenda.
Party leader Ernie Shorton said: "We believe the combination of Newcastle First and UKIP will create a strong force in Newcastle politics and, as a result of us coming together, most if not all of the wards in Newcastle will have a candidate who pledges to put local people before party politics.
In some ways, the idea of monarchy is illogical but it works for Britain, and is a focal point for the affections of our people, keeping loyalty to the country, as embodied in the Queen as head of state, separate from loyalty to party politics, as represented by the Prime Minster of the day.
So people shy away from party politics but not because "tribal loyalties" have declined.
After Jawara was overthrown by the military in 1994, Camara receded into private life due to a Decree 89 that banned him and others from participating in party politics.