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ultra-right

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ultraright

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) having extreme right-wing views
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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (preceded by the) people who hold extreme right-wing views
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Brexit will be done and dusted in a couple of years and then we will face three more years of an ultraright Tory Party, should Theresa May win the election.
This development forces moderate leaders in these countries to adopt a tougher stance toward China than they otherwise would, in order to preempt attacks from the ultraright and assuage their generals.
Sources said while the ultraright organisation had been carrying out such drills with dummy arms annually, this was the first time when it chose to identify a "foe".
The ultraright Nationalist Movement Party, parliament's fourth-biggest grouping with 40 seats, has signaled its support for stripping Demirtas and the others of their immunity.
This type of campaign from the right, above all a media campaign, is anti-democratic," Burgos said in reply to Deputy Jose Antonio Kast, the son of Nazi official Michael Kast Schindler and president of the ultraright Union Democrata Independiente (UDI), the party that provided political support to the bloody dictatorship of Gen.
You know that the right in Madrid, the ultraright in Bogot[euro]u[euro]i and the ultraright in Miami have forged an axis to conspire against the homeland," Maduro said Thursday in a televised address.
In the first episode, he travels to eastern Ukraine to meet the neo-Nazi militia, whose ultraright ideology is gaining worrying influence.
Some of the political viciousness she predicted would come her family's way made its way into numerous advertisements across the state in political ads for Republican primary contests, with candidates taking ultraright positions on many nationalized topics, especially immigration reform.
In the Czech Republic, ultraright parties and their neo-Nazi supporters this year have organized about 30 anti-Roma marches, where some have chanted, "Gypsies to the gas chambers,'' rights groups said.
Not only are the Texas standards precisely correct in their demands in this particular matter, but it is incredible that the NYRB would cite this criterion as an ultraright perversion of sober history.
Marine Le Pen of the ultraright National Front party and Jean-Luc Mel Melenchon of the Left Party are expected to erode support for the two candidates, but neither is likely to make it to a runoff.