Did you by any chance mean multiparty?
- adj. Alternative form of multiparty.
“This is the second multi-party elections in Uganda since amendment of the 1995 Constitution in 2005 and also the second time since then to hold both presidential and parliamentary votes on the same day.”
“The first was in 2006 after a referendum in 2005 that returned the country to multi-party politics and removed presidential term limits.”
“This is the second election in Uganda since the return of multi-party politics.”
“These were the fourth elections in Uganda since the return of multi-party polls in 1996.”
“The Baath Party, as a grassroots organization with millions of followers and a long history, will continue to operate in a multi-party system.”
“They were born out of a democracy in 1947 and allowed to grow and prosper in a healthy political environment during the heyday of Syria's multi-party parliamentary system.”
“The political agreement gives no deadline for elections but does now require a review of progress of the inclusive government with the Southern African Development Community which has guaranteed the multi-party political agreement.”
“The army's decision to cancel this nation's first multi-party legislative elections in January 1992 to thward a likely victory by a Muslim fundamentalist party set off the insurgency.”
“Turkey has experienced four military coups, but since the 1950s has been a multi-party democracy where the military chose to exert its power behind the scenes and allow more conservative Muslim parties to compete as long as civilian politicians abided by the constitutions the military wrote.”
“Critical as the Egyptian people move forward will be that same sense of national unity in building a democratic, pluralistic, multi-party political system that represents the diversity of Egyptian society.”
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