postelection

postelection

(ˌpəʊstɪˈlɛkʃən)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) happening or existing after an election
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Charles Ble Goude, who also had been charged in Ivory Coast, has denied playing any role in the postelection violence that left at least 3,000 people dead in 2010-2011.
Summary: Now that Benjamin Netanyahu has formed a new Israeli government out of a dizzying kaleidoscope of possible postelection permutations, has the country's politics moved to the center?
Israel's two largest political parties endorsed Benjamin Netanyahu for PM, an almost certain guarantee of a third term at the beginning of the postelection process of forming a new government.
Rock Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball After the postelection optimism that surrounded Bruce Springsteen's last album, 2009's Working On A Dream, prepare yourself for a bucket of cold water.
The European Union agreed on Monday to freeze the assets of Tunisia's former President Zine-al Abidine Ben Ali and his wife, while holding out the prospect of better trade ties with a postelection government, Reuters reported.
Steves reported that Kitzhaber has spent the postelection period focused not on staffing, but on developing strategies for governing.
Weeks of postelection violence have left at least 173 people dead, according to the United Nations.
But, Crozier warned, the gloomy postelection economic outlook could seriously dent the advertising market in the second half of the year.
Partly because unemployment as a lagging factor tends to accompany the first shoots of recoveries, but more seriously because of the anticipated cuts in public sector employment postelection.
With some mix of downward pressure on public spending and upward pressure on taxes likely, whatever the colour of the postelection Gover nment, making use of tax concessions (ISAs and pensions) appears prudent, while the investment focus is likely to shift towards companies that will help the UK "pay its way in the world" after a period when "play now, pay later" was the dominant theme.
In the postelection euphoria of autumn 2008, Casting was a sobering reminder of barbaric wartime policies scarcely behind us.
This blunt repression has stopped the opposition's postelection momentum.