biparty

biparty

(ˈbaɪˌpɑːtɪ)
adj
involving two parties
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Although at least 17 states or special jurisdictional units (e.g., port authorities, water utilities) provide a legal basis for various wetland transactions, activities on the federal level are cobbled together through biparty memorandums of understanding and other situational agreements that lack a coherent mission and mechanisms tor regular congressional oversight.
The federal relations that are of the utmost importance concern the SMS Rio and the participation of the health secretary in the Municipal Secretariat Council in Rio de Janeiro (COSEMS RJ) and a permanent seat on the Biparty Intermanagment Commission in Rio de Janeiro (CIB RJ) from the COSEMS RJ delegation.