hard-liner

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hard line

n.
A firm, uncompromising policy or position.

hard′-line′ adj.
hard′-lin′er n.
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Translations

hard-liner

[ˌhɑːdˈlaɪnəʳ] Nduro/a m/f (Pol) (= supporter) → partidario/a m/f de línea dura; (= politician) → político/a m/f de línea dura
the hard-liners of the partyel ala dura del partido
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Since Macedonia is also those who are angry and disappointed; Macedonia is Mickoski and his team, Macedonia are the hard-liners, Macedonia is one people who will believe in Zaev only if he honestly, not hypocritically, with deeds and not with words!--really believes in Macedonia.
The Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer of New York, dismissed the plan Friday as a "wish list" for hard-liners. He acknowledged the bipartisan common ground on protections for the immigrants now shielded by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The hard-liners in Iran insist (as they always do on these occasions) that the demonstrations that broke out on Thursday and have continued every day since are the work of "anti-revolutionaries and agents of foreign powers." Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has warned anti-government protesters they will face the nation's "iron fist" if political unrest continues.
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With Iran's presidential election approaching, me dia are flooded with headlines suggesting that Iran is going to be the only country in the world where hard-liners will not score a victory in the polls.