Tags: POLITICAL parties
- Dems prepared to counter GOP 'obstructionism'. Wilson, Reid; Blake, Aaron // Hill;4/28/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 47, p6
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- Is it goodnight for MMD? Mvula, Ndubi // New African;Nov2001, Issue 401, p15
No abstract available.
- Zambia. // Africa Report;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p7
Details the unusual stance the leading opposition party, the Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD), has taken on multi-party elections, proclaiming its `intolerance' for candidates standing as independents during the election which will return Zambia to democratic rule on October 31st. ...
- Coming to grips with power. Pakendorf, H. // Africa Report;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p49
Looks at the similarities and differences of new constitutional proposals between the National Party and the African National Congress in South Africa. Details the differences determining how the country will eventually be governed; Different political philosophies; A powerful central...
- Political pointers: Senegal. // Africa Report;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p7
Reports on the formation of a coalition, Bokk Sopi Senegal (Uniting to Change Senegal), by the Senegalese Democratic Party, the PADS/And-Jeff Party and the Movement for Socialism and Unity. Effect of simultaneous detention of leaders Abdoulaye Wade and Landing Savane; Motive against Socialist...
- The 1956 Republican Platform. // Congressional Digest;Oct56, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p232
Presents excerpts taken from positions of the Republican party on major subjects in the U.S. Financial policy; Small business; Labor; General welfare; Agriculture; Government operations; Postal service; Civil service; Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii; District of Columbia; Equal rights; Civil...
- The 1956 Democratic Platform. // Congressional Digest;Oct56, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p233
Presents excerpts taken from positions of the Republican party on major subjects in the U.S. Civil Rights; Foreign policy and national defense; Immigration; Agriculture; Labor; Financial policy; Small business; Natural resources; Atomic energy; General welfare; Civil service.
- Who really rules Cambodia? Rivals square off. Cohen, Yvan // Christian Science Monitor;3/11/97, Vol. 89 Issue 72, p5
Discusses the rivalry in Cambodia between the royalist party (FUNCINPEC) and the former communist Cambodia People's Party (CPP). Clash of military troops supporting both parties; Comments from Sam Rainsy, an opposition politician in Cambodia; Background information on the conflict; Signing of...
- The emerging party systems of Central and Eastern Europe. Roskin, Michael G. // East European Quarterly;Mar1993, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p47
Studies party systems in countries that have had at least one free election in authoritarian regimes of Central and Eastern Europe. Poland; Hungary; Czechoslovakia; Bulgaria; Initial electoral victories; Polarized pluralism; Rip Van Winkle effect.
- The Romanian party system and the catch-all party phenomenon. Roper, Steven D. // East European Quarterly;Dec1995, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p520
Examines whether umbrella organizations, such as the Democratic Convention in Romania, assist mass-based parties in their transformation into catch-all, broad-based parties. Exploration of the nature of party transformation in Romania; Investigation of the appropriateness of Western European...