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DEMOCRATIC PROCESS
SOCIALISM
DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISTS
BARACK OBAMA
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION
FEDERAL REPUBLIC
GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTIES
SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY
FOUNDING
POLITICS
SOUTH AFRICA
REPUBLICANS
BUSH
STATE LEGISLATURE
KURDISTAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY
KURDS
POLAND
AUSTRIA
POLITICIAN
MAJORITY
VOTING
FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
PRIME MINISTER
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
CANDIDATES
ARMENIA
BORDERS
MAYOR
IRAQ
IRAN
DEMOCRATIC PROGRESSIVE PARTY
TAIWAN
COALITION
OPPOSITION
DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE
ALLIANCE
DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM
CITIZENS
PARLIAMENT
FEDERAL
VOTES
SEATS
INDEPENDENCE
VIETNAM
LEGITIMACY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Democratic"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Democratic Process

  1. The Independent Democrats is a party that cherishes our Constitution and our democratic process.
  2. According to their motto, it is a party dedicated to bring unity, peace, and prosperity to the citizens of Ethiopia through the democratic process.
  3. The odd definition of "democracy" that includes occasional military interventions into the democratic process, and the serial abuse of human rights.

Socialism

  1. Examples of these parties are the Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany. (Web site)
  2. DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM: The belief that the equality which socialism is designed to bring cannot be achieved without democracy. (Web site)
  3. Anarcho Syndicalism is much more aligned with the Communism (it's final stage) and democratic socialism, than with market capitalism. (Web site)

Democratic Socialists

  1. As democratic socialists, we reject all tyranny weather it comes in the guise of communism, capitalism, fascism, monarchies, ortheocracies.
  2. Some democratic socialists remain associated with social democratic parties, however, in an effort to render them more avowedly socialist.
  3. After World War I democratic socialists came into power, alone or as part of coalition governments, in Germany, France, Great Britain, and Sweden. (Web site)

Barack Obama

  1. Barack Obama, candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, while he was driving from a rally to the airport to catch a flight home.
  2. Barack Obama thinks he is challenging Hillary Clinton to obtain the Democratic nomination for the presidency.
  3. In July 2004, Barack Obama electrified the Democratic National Convention with an address that spoke to Americans across the political spectrum.

Democratic Nomination

  1. Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination for president.
  2. In 2004 Sharpton was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. (Web site)
  3. Clinton led candidates competing for the Democratic nomination in opinion polls for the election throughout the first half of 2007.

Federal Republic

  1. In 1990, the various air arms of the former German Democratic Republic were absorbed by their counterparts in the Federal Republic of Germany.
  2. Austria is a democratic, federal republic governed according to the constitution of 1920, as amended in 1929 and subsequently modified. (Web site)

German Democratic Republic

  1. Examples include the German Democratic Republic (no longer in existence) and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  2. Poly Play is an arcade game developed in the German Democratic Republic in 1985; it is the only such machine to originate in the Eastern Bloc. (Web site)
  3. The line marked the border between the German Democratic Republic and Poland from 1950 to 1990. (Web site)

Social Democratic Parties

  1. In June the Communist and Social Democratic parties decided to unite; for all practical purposes, the Social Democratic Party was absorbed by the Communists. (Web site)
  2. The social democratic parties are not parties of socialism.
  3. For some liberals this doesn’t go far enough: they joined social democratic parties. (Web site)

Social Democratic Party

  1. For instance, in 1959, the Social Democratic Party of Germany adopted the Godesberg Program which rejected class struggle and Marxism.
  2. The Communist Party of Germany and the Social Democratic Party (SPD) were banned, while all other political parties were forced to dissolve themselves.
  3. The Labor Party is commonly described as a social democratic party, but its constitution stipulates that it is a democratic socialist party. (Web site)

Founding

  1. The New Democratic Party of Manitoba has held five leadership conventions to select a party leader since its founding in 1961.
  2. After the founding of the People's Republic, the transition of Chinese society from a new democratic to a socialist society was effected step by step.
  3. In 1913, Fraser became involved in the founding of the Social Democratic Party.

Politics

  1. After the fall of Communism in 1989 Yugoslavia began promptly to disintegrate and democratic politics in Macedonia revived.
  2. Bell calls himself a "socialist in economics, a liberal in politics, and a conservative in culture." Howe helped found the Democratic Socialists of America. (Web site)
  3. Politics of Japan: A popular politician Tanaka Makiko resigns as a member of the Liberal Democratic Party. (Web site)

South Africa

  1. In the first democratic elections to be held in South Africa, Mandela became president in 1994.
  2. In the beginning of 1994 with South Africa heading for democratic elections, the President Lucas Mangope resisted reincorporation into South Africa. (Web site)
  3. The Independent Democrats believe that young people in South Africa are leading the way in shaping our new democratic society.

Republicans

  1. If Republicans have a great election night, they would still only win 50 percent of the Democratic open seats. (Web site)
  2. The Democratic Party was sectionally shattered by the Kansas-Nebraska Act, but it also gave birth to the Republicans. (Web site)
  3. You could get rid of Arafat, have democratic elections and you will get Republicans." Or so the Bush administration wished.

Bush

  1. It was the only U.S. state to give its electoral votes to George W. Bush in the 2000 election but then go Democratic in the 2004 election.
  2. Kerry thus won the Democratic nomination to run for President of the United States against incumbent George W. Bush. (Web site)
  3. Bush was elected President, while Mondale and Gore were nominees of the Democratic Party who failed to become President.

State Legislature

  1. The state legislature has long been heavily Democratic, but Arkansas's congressional delegation is more bipartisan. (Web site)
  2. As a result, Democratic leaders in the state legislature face different median voters than Republican leaders in the state legislature.

Kurdistan Democratic Party

  1. In 1946 he was chosen as the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) to lead the Kurdish revolution against Iraqi regimes. (Web site)
  2. First, there is the pesh merga, whose 50,000 soldiers are split between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. (Web site)
  3. He was the foreign spokesperson for the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the 1990s and represented the party to both the United Kingdom and the United States. (Web site)

Kurds

  1. In Kirkuk, which is divided between Kurds, Sunni Arabs and Turkomans, I drove to the heavily defended local headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party. (Web site)
  2. As the Turkish nationalist position became firmer, attacks on the democratic rights of the Kurds increased.
  3. It is unacceptable for the government to make the democratic and political rights of Kurds a matter of bargain.

Poland

  1. With its transformation to a democratic, market-oriented country largely completed, Poland is an increasingly active member of Euro-Atlantic organizations. (Web site)
  2. In 1893 he helped form the Social Democratic Party of the Kingdom of Poland along with Rosa Luxemburg. (Web site)
  3. Poland is a democratic republic.

Austria

  1. Until 1934, he was a member of the Social Democratic Party of Austria, but then he joined the Communists, which was outlawed at that time. (Web site)
  2. Politically, Austria had not had the time to develop a strongly democratic society to resist the onslaught of totalitarianism.
  3. A prosperous, democratic country, Austria entered the Economic and Monetary Union in 1999. (Web site)

Politician

  1. Show more William Donald Schaefer is a Democratic politician who served in public office for 50 years at both the state and local level in Maryland. (Web site)
  2. Becoming the nominee, he gained the support of virtually every Democratic politician and organization in the nation. (Web site)
  3. A Democratic politician is a Republican in drag.

Majority

  1. In the late 1990s, the party experienced a split, with the majority of the party renamed the Democratic Alliance Party.
  2. When the poor form a distinct underclass, the majority may use the democratic process to, in effect, withdraw the protection of the state. (Web site)
  3. In new elections the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) and the Polish Peasants' party (PSL) together won a majority. (Web site)

Voting

  1. Large numbers of Republicans have been voting for Barack Obama in the DEMOCRATIC primaries, and caucuses from early on. (Web site)
  2. Until recently, West Virginia was solidly Democratic - voting for Carter in 1980 and Dukakis in 1988.
  3. Walding was a member of the New Democratic Party (NDP). In 1988, he brought down the NDP government of Howard Pawley by voting against his party's budget. (Web site)

Federal Democratic Republic

  1. West Germany was established as a federal democratic republic while East Germany became a communist state under the influence of the Soviet Union.
  2. Nepal was formally renamed the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal when it became a federal republic.

Prime Minister

  1. He was elected Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in 1995 and re-elected for a second term in 2000. (Web site)
  2. In 1954 he published offending letters allegedly written by Alcide de Gasperi, leader of the Christian Democratic Party and the Prime Minister.
  3. In 1962 he was the co-founder of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP). In 1965, party leader Seretse Khama was elected prime minister of Botswana.

Democratic Candidates

  1. Nationally, among all voters, a majority see both Democratic candidates as politically liberal.
  2. For progressives, this translates into an important difference: John Edwards can speak truths about the country that the other Democratic candidates cannot. (Web site)
  3. The College also hosted a “New Hampshire Town Meeting” held in 1999 that was attended by both Republican and Democratic candidates.

Candidates

  1. And one even expects Democratic candidates to criticize other Democrats so as to set themselves apart, for whatever reason.
  2. November 1990, Seattle, Washington - Worse than the butterfly ballot, some Democratic candidates watched votes alight, then flutter away. (Web site)
  3. Look, I consider myself more liberal than conservative, but I don't trust any of the Democratic candidates.

Armenia

  1. The blockade must be ended so that Armenia can grow as an independent, democratic, free-market, pro-U.S. nation. (Web site)
  2. In early May, 1918, the Ottoman army attacked the newly declared Democratic Republic of Armenia.
  3. Worried by the Ottoman invasion of Armenia, the Democratic Republic of Georgia to the north asked for, and gained, German protection.

Borders

  1. Keen to cement this, the government has recently improved its relationship with the Democratic Republic of Congo, which it borders. (Web site)
  2. Arua is a town in the far north west of Uganda, close to the borders with the Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan. (Web site)
  3. PRESIDENT ILVES: Briefly, just that we sincerely hope that Russia will understand that a democratic state on its borders is not a danger to Russian security.

Mayor

  1. As mayor of Paris, I find Caroline Kennedy’s bid for the seat of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton both surprising and not very democratic, to say the least.
  2. Mark Mallory (born April 2, 1962) is an American politician of the Democratic Party who is currently serving as the mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio.
  3. He served as mayor of Oshawa, and was a New Democratic Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1990 to 1995. (Web site)

Iraq

  1. The Kurds had small political party called Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iraq (KDP). They were very small compared to Iraqi communist party then. (Web site)
  2. The Examiner asked Bush why Democratic candidates such as Clinton and Barack Obama, who routinely lambaste his handling of Iraq, should take his advice.
  3. All we want is to be partners of the Arabs of Iraq in building a secular, democratic, federal country." Later, he added, "We are proud of ourselves.

Iran

  1. Today, it often simply means a state with an elected head of state, such as the Islamic Republic of Iran or the former German Democratic Republic. (Web site)
  2. He was a member of political bureau of Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran until 1984. (Web site)
  3. The Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran that about 50.000 people had protested after his death on the Chuwarchira Square.

Democratic Progressive Party

  1. KMT rule over Taiwan ended with the election of Chen Shui-bian of the Democratic Progressive Party in 2000 and 2004.
  2. With the founding of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in 1986, the KMT started competing against the DPP in Parliamentary elections.
  3. As a coalition they stand for reunification with China, which the Democratic Progressive Party opposes. (Web site)

Taiwan

  1. In the Republic of China (Taiwan), the Democratic Progressive Party (Min-chu Chin-pu Tang, member LI, CALD) is a left-of-center liberal party.
  2. The first elected mayor was Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) of the Democratic Progressive Party (民主進步黨; DPP), who is currently the President of Taiwan.
  3. In 2000, Taiwan underwent its first peaceful transfer of power from the Nationalist to the Democratic Progressive Party. (Web site)

Coalition

  1. Spring pursued negotiations to form a coalition with Fine Gael and Democratic Left. (Web site)
  2. He was supported during elections by a coalition, called Justice and Truth Alliance (DA), formed of his Democratic Party and of the National-Liberal Party.
  3. The Democratic Party is a coalition of Pat Sheehans and Cindy Sheehans, and the noisier the Cindys get the more estranged the Pats are likely to feel.

Opposition

  1. The Democratic Party, which had been in the opposition during the First Republic, easily gained power and the Second Republic established.
  2. In opposition to the Conservative Party, it has been Britain's major democratic socialist party since the early 20th century. (Web site)
  3. What can unite the opposition is the prospect of a democratic, secular and federative Iran that strives to bring social justice to all.

Democratic Alliance

  1. The Democratic Alliance launched its 2009 General Election campaign on 31 January 2009, in Soweto, unveiling a campaign slogan, "Vote to Win" at the launch.

Alliance

  1. The Party merged with other groups to become the Democratic Party in 1989 and then the Democratic Alliance in 2000.
  2. In May 2007, Sandra Botha was elected by the Democratic Alliance as their representative and official Leader of the Opposition.
  3. The Democratic Alliance, formerly known as the Democratic Party (DP), espouses liberal democracy and free market principles.

Democratic System

  1. This is a matter that relates to a democratic system of government and whether or not our Constitution is just a piece of paper.
  2. Other Marxist-Leninists have argued that a state with absolute power is incapable of moving society towards a democratic system such as communism.
  3. Malta is a Republic with a democratic system of Government.

Citizens

  1. Despite the Government of Tunisia's stated committed to making progress toward a democratic system, citizens do not enjoy political freedom.
  2. A number of reforms during the past decade or so have made the Senate more democratic and responsive to the citizens of Georgia.
  3. Taxation is accepted by a majority of people as a fundamental element in the democratic (or other) contract between rulers and citizens.

Parliament

  1. Under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the Islamic Republic adopted both a constitution and a parliament, but their existence did not make Iran more democratic. (Web site)
  2. In the 2004 elections the New Democratic party won a majority in parliament, and Costas Karamanlis, nephew of the former president, became premier. (Web site)
  3. It has to do with the fact that we in the New Democratic Party have not been recognized as a party in the House since the beginning of this Parliament.

Federal

  1. India became a federal, democratic republic after its constitution came into effect on 26 January 1950.
  2. For his part, Kader said the Kurds wanted Kirkuk to be part of a "democratic and federal" Iraq.
  3. In 2003, he supported Bill Blaikie 's bid to become leader of the federal New Democratic Party.

Votes

  1. A founding member of the Democratic Rally, he was elected deputy four times and was always the candidate who received the most votes. (Web site)
  2. Patrick Halpin, who came within 6,000 votes of Cohalan head-to-head on the Republican and Democratic lines.
  3. Obama made his remarks as he campaigned for votes in the March 4 Democratic primary in Ohio, with 141 national convention delegates at stake.

Seats

  1. The PC Party fell to 24 seats, while the social-democratic Ontario New Democratic Party lost official party status in the legislature.
  2. There are two main political parties, the Democratic Alliance Party and the Cook Islands Party, which between them hold all seats in Parliament.
  3. Yes, they might have won a few seats here and there but that was because they had the support of the Left Democratic Front. (Web site)

Independence

  1. Since independence, the government has experienced periods of democratic and military rule.
  2. In 1136 the city achieved independence from Kyyiv (Kiev) and, with a democratic form of government, became the capital of sovereign Great Novgorod.
  3. The proclamation of the independence of Democratic Republic of Georgia followed with the treaty of Poti on May 28.

Vietnam

  1. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam (north) absorbed the former Republic of Vietnam (south) to form the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on July 2, 1976. (Web site)
  2. In 1946 Vietnam gained its first constitution and a new name, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV).
  3. After the nationalist organizations proclaimed the independence of Việt Nam, Hồ proclaimed the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2, 1945. (Web site)

Legitimacy

  1. Allegations from both sides showed that TPLFs Ethiopia was never democratic and it lacked legitimacy. (Web site)
  2. He also questioned the legitimacy of George Bush's 2000 election victory, saying Mr Bush was in no position to lecture Zimbabwe on democratic elections. (Web site)
  3. The European Union derives its legitimacy from the democratic values it projects, the aims it pursues and the powers and instruments it possesses.

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