power-sharing


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power-sharing

a political arrangement in which opposing groups in a society participate in government
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The power-sharing deal creates a joint military and civilian sovereign council to rule for a little over three years until elections can be held.
Sudan's ruling generals and pro-democracy factions have yet to sign the second and final part of the power-sharing deal.
The institutionalisation of the practice of solving conflict through power-sharing agreements has not resulted in lasting peace but provided incentives to warlords and would-be-leaders to embark on the insurgent path.
Also, the same draft agreement on which Juba expressed strong reservations provides that the power-sharing deal will include the counties and not be limited to the state governments only as agreed in the 2015 peace deal.
Ms McDonald said: "The DUP should now end their blockage on a return to power-sharing.
David Ndii, chairman of the national steering committee on swearing in, on Thursday said the coalition is not interested in any power-sharing deal at the moment.
Coalition government is power-sharing. 'Yun 'yung sinasabi niya (Duterte) doon.
As well as long-standing disputes over flags, parades and the toxic legacy of the past, the five parties in the power-sharing coalition are trying to achieve consensus on budgetary problems facing the devolved institutions, particularly the impasse over the non-implementation of the UK Government's welfare reforms due to Sinn Fein opposition.
Summary: Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai said Friday that some political parties in the country wanted to change the country's power-sharing governance formula between Muslims and Christians, and expressed his strong opposition to the idea.
KABUL, Afghanistan, Dhu Al-Qa'dah 26, 1435, Sep 21, 2014, SPA -- Afghanistan's two presidential candidates have signed a power-sharing deal for the roles of president and chief executive three months after a disputed runoff that threatened to plunge the country into turmoil and complicate the withdrawal of U.S.
But very good progress has been achieved in the power-sharing annex including on the possible structure of the new Bangsamoro political entity and the intergovernmental mechanism that can be instituted to ensure coordination and cooperation between the Central and Bangsamoro governments in the exercise of various powers."
By Salman Siddiqui/Staff Reporter The Afghan Taliban have rejected a power-sharing agreement in which they are supposed to control "some parts" of Afghanistan and termed such a formula as a "global conspiracy" to split the country.