interparty

interparty

(ˌɪntəˈpɑːtɪ)
adj
occurring or existing between two or more parties, esp political parties
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The accord was reached during the first interparty talks on the matter, but the use of e-mail will still have to be reviewed in the next meeting on Friday, the lawmakers said.
In that regard, the central board unanimously rejected the idea that Buckovski promoted through the media for holding interparty elections, which was discussed in a meeting of the party body, Utrinski vesnik comments.
That night the people of Macedonia could have been plunged into an interparty and interethnic conflict from which some international facilitators and protectors would have to save Macedonia again.
Kim Yong Sun, head of the (North) Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, has indicated he will welcome Japan's planned interparty parliamentary mission to be led by former Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama, a Japanese lawmaker said Friday.
"Extending the mandate would equal a coup d'etat." He went on to outline his agenda, which includes a "credible and nonpartisan" electoral council, an electoral- review council made up of representatives from parties participating in the elections, national and international election observers, and an assessment of Haiti's "ability to finance these elections according to our law." Interparty negotiations began in early February with the OPL and five other opposition parties organized in a negotiating coalition called Espace de Concertation.
Nkomo has interpreted this move as an attempt to sabotage the interparty unity talks.
39/1A issued by Mr Kinyua until June 13, when the case will come up for interparty hearing, the judge said.The circular was addressed to the attorney-general, all principal secretaries, accounting officers, the comptroller of State House, the clerks of the National Assembly and Senate, the chief registrar of the Judiciary, the director-general of the National Intelligence Service, the controller of budget, the auditor-general as well as the independent offices and commissions.
The interparty discussion will focus on creating an Assembly-led revision bill, separate from Moon's bill.
"We want to start interparty talks from this week" on the budget issue, Azumi told reporters.
This interparty rivalry caused the two countries to be at each other's throats for most of this period.