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nonaligned

(of states) not part of a major alliance or power bloc, esp not allied to the US, China, or formerly the Soviet Union
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Scrapping the nonaligned status was passed by a 303-9 vote.
The elimination of the nonaligned status had Ukrainian legislators doing a standing ovation at the end of the voting process.
Tehran wants to seize this opportunity to neutralise Western-imposed isolation over its nuclear efforts and to defend its programme, which has been consistently supported at past Nonaligned Movement summits as well as by Nonaligned countries in the International Atomic Energy Agency.
After all, there are 120 Nonaligned Movement member states in the UN General Assembly, and UN chiefs have regularly attended Nonaligned Movement summits.
But in Sunday's vote Shimajiri secured support from both 40.2 percent of Okinawa's nonaligned voters and 23.9 percent of DPJ backers, according to the projections.
After twenty-five years the Nonaligned Movement continues to struggle against racism and for the implementation of its earliest concerns--independence and the right of self-determination.
The results showed that the expectations of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and main opposition Democratic Party of Japan that their high-profile candidates could win votes for their parties from nonaligned voters or voters supporting other parties were unrealized.
Colombia and Bangladesh form the troika along with South Africa as the previous and next chairs of the nonaligned group.
The portion of nonaligned voters surged to 52.0% of those surveyed in February, compared with the 40 % levels seen in the past eight months, the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper reported Wednesday.