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rightist

1. of, tending towards, or relating to the political right or its principles; conservative, traditionalist, or reactionary
2. a person who supports or belongs to the political right
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All of these far rightist parties, which are hostile to Islam and migrants, essentially oppose EU values.
had a rightist dominated government with no shutdowns - the economy plummeted in 2008.
In fact, no fundamental differences exist between Gabbay and Netanyahu, not even with Naftali Bennett, leader of the rightist Jewish Home party, or with Avigdor Lieberman, leader of Yisrael Beiteinu party.
On the other hand, the two rightist fronts are adamant that law minister Zahid Hamid tenders his resignation however the interior minister cleared today that a parliamentary committee put forth the amendment.
The TGA is now girding its loins, therefore, to become the opposing team--representing the interests of South Africa's wildlife industry, and all responsible organisations and intelligent nature loving people in southern Africa--that will challenge animal rightist activities at every turn.
It is alleged that innocent leftist youngsters were killed by rightist murderers.
He was the only candidate to break the lock of the two rightist endorsing groups.
The VVD led by Mark Rutte started official negotiations on August 9 on the formation of a rightist coalition with the Christian Democratic Action of Maxime Verhagen.
In a fresh move against leftists, rightist Israeli groups have launched a campaign against leftist academics by pressuring university administrations who refuse to sack anti-Zionist researchers and professors, the pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT reported Wednesday.
This is not the first time that a kosher leftist plan leads towards extreme rightist consequences.
Ding Ling, for example, received the Rightist label because of the personal animosity between her and Zhou Yang, her boss and chief of the CCP propaganda department.
Preliminary poll tallies showed the ruling centrist Kadima party and the rightist Likud party locked in a tight battle for the right to form government.