- adj. Occurring after an election.
“With Mr. Mousavi watching, Mr. Rafsanjani, a rival of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, called the postelection period a "crisis" and bluntly criticized the election and its aftermath.”
“The entire process of counting and verifying ballots, called the postelection canvass, must be completed by Nov. 30.”
“The ayatollah broke with Iran's clerical leadership and became a vehement critic, denouncing Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and calling the postelection crackdown the work of a dictatorship.”
“The former chief of the judiciary and close ally of Khamenei, Ayatollah Mahmoud Shahroudi, was quoted Monday in Iranian newspapers as calling the postelection rifts a "family dispute" that can be worked out through dialogue.”
“His aides later conceded that the proposals will put him in a better position with the Liberal Democrat membership, if not its leader, Nick Clegg, to form some kind of postelection partnership if a hung parliament emerges, still the most likely outcome according to most polls.”
“Times 'Melissa Healy that the "postelection" blues would worsen the emotional health of people already plagued by feelings of loss, anxiety and depression.”
“Some suspect Mr. Tubman is angling for a postelection deal, part of a now-common practice among Liberia's political class of bargaining for top government posts.”
“Despite the boycott, Liberia isn't expected to tumble back into civil war—and few predict prolonged postelection violence.”
“The postelection slump of Spanish bond prices Monday, as well as persistently weak prices of Italian and Greek bonds, suggests investors may think the crisis has gone beyond the control of national governments alone and requires difficult, time-consuming alterations to the fabric of the euro zone.”
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