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coalition government

noun as in government by multiple parties

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The truth is that Letta, a Democrat heading an embattled coalition government, is in an extremely weak position right now.

When Cameron became the head of a coalition government in May 2010, Coulson followed him into Number 10 as chief press spokesman.

That will be a difficult balancing act, because his social-democratic party PvdA is in a coalition government with the VVD.

“The learning curve is going to be very steep for the coalition government,” she said.

Both parties are considered to be the key to the next coalition government, either separately or together.

Such was the purpose of the coalition government formed in 1864.

But here, four years of Coalition Government have left us practically where we were.

But this third Coalition Government gave a greater promise of success than any previous attempt.

The history of events leading to the formation of the second Coalition Government—and the third—is again tactfully presented.

Meanwhile the patriotic parties rallied round the ministry at Jassy and formed a Coalition Government.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coalition government, such as: caretaker government, interregnum, and provisional government.

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