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consensus

(kŏn-sĕn′sĭs) [L. “agreement”]
Agreement, esp. universal agreement.
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IF EMPIRICISM HELPS support a consensus politics today, it is likely to be even more effective in the future.
Rather, Japan's consensus politics is based on the use of compensation and non-economic dispute resolution mechanisms.
In the case of Romania, consensus politics still remains an ambition.
Teles mentions only the airline deregulation of the 1970s and the tax reform of the 1980s as examples of consensus politics (p.
The friends who are sitting abroad should come back to Pakistan and have talks; the federal minister Malik said adding Pakistan People's Party (PPP) wants consensus politics in the country.
Given that right and left usually make it a point of principle to disagree with one another regardless this is a minor miracle, but it would be better still if unity on this issue led to a new brand of constructive consensus politics.
Following Mr Salmond's speech, deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon said consensus politics would still be the "hallmark" of the new government.
Hung parliaments mean consensus politics, the more extreme proposals falling by the wayside.
Now the UCPN (Maoist) is on the warpath since President Ram Baran Yadav overruled the decision of Prime Minister Prachanda to sack the chief of army staff on the grounds that such a decision went against the spirit of consensus politics enshrined in the constitution and also on procedural grounds.
ACHR stated that despite paying lip service to consensus politics and peace, the actions of both the government and the Maoists appear often to be aimed at provoking each other.
With Iraq's Ja'fari Shi'ite PM Nuri al-Maleki embarked on meaningful reforms aimed at shifting the process from consensus politics, which is close to a totalitarian regime, to real democracy where the rule should emanate from the majority in the country's Council of Representatives (parliament), now the focus in Iraq is also on the way Iran's Ja'fari theocracy is dealing with its crisis over what is claimed to be a grossly rigged June 12 re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad to a second four-year term.
Stand up for your constituents and show the Government we want consensus politics.