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Reforms

Meanings and phrases

economic reforms

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  • From 2011 to 2013 she worked in the Coordination Center for economic reforms.
  • Deng Xiaoping took power in 1978, and instituted significant economic reforms.
  • Beginning in 1978, the Chinese government began to institute economic reforms.

social reforms

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  • Bloch suggested that cultural forms can inspire social reforms.
  • Valencia committed his administration to substantial economic and social reforms.
  • Atatürk began developing social reforms very early, as was evident in his personal journal.

land reforms

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  • Várkonyi's party advocated land reforms, including forced sale of large estates.
  • Mezőfi's party advocated land reforms, and forced sales of large estates of land.
  • Some property, which was confiscated during earlier land reforms, was also partially restored.

political reforms

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  • She claims to stand for political reforms to combat poverty and corruption.
  • This year, there are four lists advocating universal suffrage and political reforms.
  • He advocated for economic, educational and political reforms as a matter of emergency.

administrative reforms

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  • Bell made a number of administrative reforms.
  • In 1963, a new Act of Parliament introduced administrative reforms.
  • Aluma is remembered for his military skills, administrative reforms, and Islamic piety.

government reforms

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  • In 2011, a civil uprising erupted in Syria, prompting hasty government reforms.
  • The indigenous population of the Andean region was not able to benefit from government reforms.
  • It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998.

local government reforms

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  • It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998.

constitutional reforms

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  • In the early 6th century BC, Solon promulgated constitutional reforms in Athens.
  • This package of constitutional reforms was approved by popular referendum on 30 January 1994.
  • The constitutional reforms also gave Ortega the sole power to appoint military and police commanders.

democratic reforms

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  • These articles called for democratic reforms to the 1871 .
  • Political democratic reforms cannot be delayed any longer!"
  • He emphasized before the press the need to have democratic reforms based on the law.

series of reforms

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  • Since the beginning of the 1990s, the CAP has been subject to a series of reforms.
  • To this end, throughout the autumn of 1933, the government decreed a dramatic series of reforms.
  • As part of a series of reforms, he introduced measures to support female participation in politics.

major reforms

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  • This caused Touré to make major reforms.
  • In November 2011, India announced major reforms in organised retail.
  • The agriculture during Peter the Great did not face any major reforms.

educational reforms

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  • Thaksin implemented a major series of educational reforms during his government.
  • At first, post 1979 Islamic Revolution placed heavily emphasis on educational reforms.
  • The educational reforms during this period gave birth to many distinguished scientists in the region.

legal reforms

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  • The main focus here is on national legal reforms and German and European law.
  • BZNS came to power in 1919 and introduced many economic, social, and legal reforms.
  • The emperor Justinian I (527–565) was known for his successes in war, for his legal reforms and for his public works.

military reforms

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  • Historian Richard Abels sees Alfred's educational and military reforms as complementary.
  • Mago also set about a series of military reforms designed to strengthen Carthaginian power.
  • In fact, the first reforms were the military reforms, which were very significant for Russia.

reforms passed

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  • It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998.

many reforms

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  • Peter brought many reforms in order to open the window to Europe.
  • Vajiravudh reigned until 1925, initiating many reforms with mixed success.
  • He instituted many reforms, established the mail system and built schools in various towns.

number of reforms

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  • As mayor, he brought about a number of reforms.
  • On assuming charge, Vedantacharlu brought in a number of reforms.
  • During his tenure at the executive authority, he initiated a number of reforms.

proposed reforms

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  • The third referendum was held in 2001 on proposed reforms to the judicial system.
  • The Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico called the proposed reforms a threat to national security.
  • On January 6, 1832, Biddle submitted to Congress a renewal of the Bank's charter without any of the proposed reforms.

education reforms

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  • The recent education reforms started in the early 1990s.
  • Patton's education reforms were not confined to higher education.
  • His public education reforms aimed to prepare citizens for roles in public life through increasing public literacy.

structural reforms

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  • But she did not carry out significant structural reforms.
  • All five countries are implementing structural reforms to improve competitiveness.
  • The Counter-Reformation was a comprehensive effort, involving ecclesiastical or structural reforms as well as a political dimension and spiritual movements.

other reforms

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  • Many other reforms were influenced by the experiences of the East Asian Tigers.
  • Like many other reforms of the Thatcher years, it has a tendency to polarise opinion very strongly.
  • Although he was unable to implement these goals, Jackson's time in office did see a variety of other reforms.

several reforms

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  • Throughout his term, Karmal worked to establish a support base for the PDPA by introducing several reforms.
  • During this period, Allen instituted several reforms, including limiting the terms of office of key positions.
  • He also initiated several reforms by adapting himself on the model of the modern capitals that he had just visited.

government reforms passed

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  • It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998.
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