postelection

postelection

(ˌpəʊstɪˈlɛkʃən)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) happening or existing after an election
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Likewise, in prosecuting the 2011 postelection violence in Cote d'Ivoire, only alleged crimes committed by forces loyal to former president Laurent Gbagbo were investigated, while forces loyal to President Alassane Ouattara were let off the hook.
That is, it managed to sustain the high rate of growth typical of election years into the immediate postelection year, whereas a dramatic slowdown occurred in the year following the past two presidential-election years 2004 and 2010.
Green Party leader Steven Agnew urged the DUP to vote against the Budget claiming the Conservatives had reneged on postelection promises to them.
The three had been nominated to the body by the CNRP as part of a postelection deal with the ruling Cambodian People's Party that ended the opposition's boycott of parliament following the disputed 2013 elections.
A Tehran court has sent to prison a mother whose crime was protesting too much about the state's killing of her son during the 2009 postelection demonstrations.
In recent weeks it has become clear that the appetite of potential bidders has begun to change due to uncertainty created in the postelection UK environment so the shareholders have decided not to pursue discussions further at this stage.
But though he may carry a message of peace, in Iran true power often lies elsewhere, and results will be seen on the ground in theaters such as Syria and Yemen, rather than postelection victory speeches.
Some topics discussed include sexual violence and the Guatemalan genocide, gender and incarceration during the Irish Civil War, mass rape during the 2007-2008 postelection violence in Kenya, public mutilation in IndonesiaAEs New Order Regime in the mid-1960s, anti-trafficking legislation, domestic violence in post-communist Russia, and teen mothers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
On Thursday the UK market gave up some ground as investors took profits from the immediate postelection spike.
But asked about it on a postelection chat show, the 73-year-old replied: "I can't do that now, he's the president.
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, Sha'ban 25, 1437, June 01, 2016, SPA -- Ivory Coast's highest criminal court opened its trial Tuesday against former first lady Simone Gbagbo for crimes against humanity for her alleged role in 2010-2011 postelection abuses that led to the deaths of thousands, according to AP.
Proposals Need To Provide An Implementation Plan And Timetable For Completing An Assessment Of Current Requirements And Controls And For Developing And Submitting A Written Report With Recommendations For Future Controls, Processes And Forms For Conducting The Postelection 5% Test Of Voting Equipment.