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manifesto

a public declaration of intent, policy, aims, etc., as issued by a political party, government, or movement

Manifesto

 

(1) A solemn address or declaration from some organization that sets forth political views.

(2) An act of a head of state or supreme body of government addressed to the people and relating to some major political event such as a reform of the system of power or the accession of a new monarch.

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As was the case with the main opposition party, which made public its election manifesto two weeks ago, the MHP also said no tax will be deducted from the minimum wage.
Mr Blair said the Conservative Party General Election manifesto was based on ``fundamentally flawed'' economic plans.
BROKEN PROMISE: Labour's 1997 election manifesto in which they pledged to stop selling off of playing fields
Current statistical data on economic parameters such as income per capita and export volume as well as other data regarding public services show that the AK Party's economic goals set for 2015 have not been achieved, a reality which the party's key figures overlook when they direct criticism at the CHP for making, allegedly, far-fetched promises in its new election manifesto.
Sonia Gandhi said the discussion over the Congress Party's campaign theme had been fruitful,as several valuable suggestions for the party's election manifesto had come in from all of its senior members.
Mr McDowell said the party would "address this issue head-on" in the election manifesto later this year.
Today: The party will launch its election manifesto in London.
The Liberal Democrats postponed their election manifesto launch yesterday after leader Charles Kennedy broke off his campaign tour to be at his pregnant wife's side in hospital.
Mr Howard was launching the introduction to theConservatives' general election manifesto in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, five months ahead of the expected date of the poll in May.
The report said the move would probably be in Labour's election manifesto to become law in 2006.
MERSEYSIDE MPs last night launched a bid to get an equal pay guarantee into Labour's next general election manifesto.
Confidential documents seen by the Sunday Mirror reveal the reality behind the Tory election manifesto launched by Mr Hague last week.

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