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Relating to or involved in party politics.‘thinly disguised party political propaganda’
individual, group, separate, divided, special, personal, private, exclusive, local, provincial, regional, national, sectarian, factional, party, party political, class, racial, partisan, partial, selfishView synonyms
- ‘Our amendments will get rid of party political appointments to the Electoral Commission.’
- ‘He conveniently forgets that attitudes to the development did not divide on party political lines.’
- ‘These are not party political issues - these are questions of local government finance and of proper community planning.’
- ‘We have the right, if not the obligation, to build a party political alternative, to occupy the ground which they have abandoned.’
- ‘But he believes the party political nature of the local council has stopped it tackling problems effectively.’
- ‘I do not want to be party political about it, but it was undertaken under a previous Government that was also gaining experience at the time.’
- ‘It affects everybody in this country, and it is up to all of us to put our party political differences aside and actually start doing something about it.’
- ‘Each mayor is more interested in the day-to-day issues that concern people than the petty irrelevances of party political meetings.’
- ‘If you don't like what councillors are doing in your name and party political dogma, then why not do something about it?’
- ‘How have the spin doctors employed by government to spread party political propaganda been an asset to the education of the people of St Lucia?’
- ‘We need to draw in people in communities, but not on a party political basis.’
- ‘This group cuts across traditional party political lines on independence and comprises some of the most radicalised sections of the working class.’
- ‘We think that people's insurance will be invalid, and that is not something that one wants to take party political advantage from.’
- ‘In contrast to cabinet governments, the college is never united by shared party political, national, or ideological affinities.’
- ‘He said he did not want to get involved in ‘typical party political issues’ now.’
- ‘It turns out that the principle he was affirming wasn't against Government funding of party political ads.’
- ‘This geographical division of party political strength is a reflection of the socio-economic composition of the population.’
- ‘There were members on that committee who certainly had personal agendas, but no particular party had a party political agenda.’
- ‘It is not a party political convention or conference.’
- ‘The demise of party political groupings in favour of independent people who are prepared to examine issues at face value would be an added bonus.’
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