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bloc

a group of people or countries combined by a common interest or aim
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After having met with most of the major blocs, Aoun is scheduled to wrap up his talks on naming a prime minister Thursday by meeting with Berri's 13-member Development and Liberation bloc, Hezbollah's 13-member Loyalty to the Resistance bloc, the Armenian MPs' bloc, and a number of independent lawmakers before officially designating Hariri for the premiership post.
En etant ex aequo avec le bloc parlementaire d'Ennahdha du point de vue nombre des deputes, le bloc nidaiste se trouve etre "favorise" du fait d'etre le bloc du parti vainqueur aux elections", a ajoute Harbaoui.
Lito Atienza said the Baguilat bloc should instead work with the duly recognized minority bloc for it to become an effective fiscalizer in Congress.
Given the fraud mechanisms applied during the elections to the Yerevan Elders' Council, the bloc did not expect the ratio of
The bloc is also demanding the formation of a democratic state governed by the constitution and law.
The bloc members said they would work on solutions to ease the sectarian tensions and ensure better conditions for reconciliation.
Chapter 7 addresses issues of policies and actions for trade blocs and member country governments in restructuring four areas for competitiveness of their trade bloc in the tri-bloc world economy.
Imitative though it may be in places, Bloc Party's heart is plainly in the right place, and the members sound like they mean it.
interests will be an Asian trading bloc built around China, which limits U.
Originating in Germany in the 1980s, the Black Bloc have become a bogeyman of globalization protest culture--an umbrella name for the black-clad anarchists who temporarily, and anonymously, convene in places like Genoa.
BLOC is a network of recording studios, rehearsal rooms and venues across South Wales that offer the best facilities and fair pricing to both new and established musicians.