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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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This gave Conservadores a sense of moral righteousness that, soon enough, would turn into a true crusade, which led to the "conservadorization" of the police force, the deaths of Liberales in horrifying circumstances, and the radicalization of bipartisanism. In this panorama, the death of Jorge Eliecer Gaitan was the start of a genocide whose number of victims is yet to be determined.
SIR - Will this country ever be one where rational and rigorous debate takes over from the ideological nonsense caused by bipartisanism? David Cameron is your typical Tory - talking the tough language of war when he is playing with the lives of other people's children.
BioShock Infinite is primed to ask similarly searching questions, throwing religion, American history and contemporary bipartisanism under the spotlight:
"Now it would not be bipartisanism any more and like India people would have another fair choice to vote for," Dr Tabassum said.