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- v. Present participle of undersign.
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In terms of the document, undersigning governments pledge their commitment to good governance, fundamental human rights and the rule of law, including the independence of the judiciary.
But Enzi has previously demanded that Obama keep his campaign promise and air the debate on C-SPAN, undersigning a letter from Sen. John Thune (R-SD) (and signed by the rest of the Sen.te Republicans) to Harry Reid that called for "increased transparency," and asserted that "closed door negotiations and unprecedented special provisions in exchange for votes do not meet the expectations of the American people."