abstentionists love

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of abstentionist.

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Examples

  • It is not easy for an MP who attends Parliament to make less of an impact on Westminster than a group of abstentionists, but George Galloway has succeeded with an impact on Parliament even less than Sinn Féin!

    The waste of "RESPECT"

  • It is not easy for an MP who attends Parliament to make less of an impact on Westminster than a group of abstentionists, but George Galloway has succeeded with an impact on Parliament even less than Sinn Féin!

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Seek an alliance between those abstentionists and those who will vote "NO"

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Indeed many of the “abstentionists” are disaffected chavista voters that will likely either remain in abstention or return to Chavez before voting for an opposition candidate.

    02/05/2006 - 02/12/2006

  • Indeed many of the “abstentionists” are disaffected chavista voters that will likely either remain in abstention or return to Chavez before voting for an opposition candidate.

    What to do with Venezuela: part 3

  • The basic failure of the abstentionists is that they do not realize that voting or not voting does not exempt you from running a campaign, from presenting ideas, from putting real pressure on the abusive power.

    04/23/2006 - 04/30/2006

  • The basic failure of the abstentionists is that they do not realize that voting or not voting does not exempt you from running a campaign, from presenting ideas, from putting real pressure on the abusive power.

    The coming Venezuelan campaign

  • "These groups are also by far the most undecided and contain by far the highest proportion of probable abstentionists."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • These elements range from the futile lamentations and the mischievous frenzies of Mr. J.K. Ngubane, the reactionary provincial of Phoenix, to the antics of the political abstentionists of the so-called Unity Movement of Cape Town.

    Towards Democratic Unity by Nelson Mandela

  • He said its MPs were 'active abstentionists', who were entitled to the cash to provide services for their constituents.

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