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multiparty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmultipartymul‧ti‧par‧ty /ˌmʌltɪˈpɑːti◂ $ -ˈpɑːr-/ adjective [only before noun]  involving or including more than one political party a multiparty democracy
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multipartyHe insisted that he had acted within the Constitution and reaffirmed his commitment to multiparty democracy.The arrests came soon after they had sent an open letter to Sassou Nguesso calling for multiparty democracy.They would be the first free multiparty elections since 1946.the nation's first multiparty electionsIn a radio speech on April 15, Eyadema predicted a new constitution within the year and multiparty elections.It was hoped that a formal accord would be signed at a national multiparty peace conference on Sept. 14.This would clear the way for the creation of a multiparty system in the Soviet Union.Both had in May called publicly for a return to a multiparty system.
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