Reform

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

government reform   (reforma del gobierno)

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Pukë.

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Fier.

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Kukës.

land reform   (reforma agraria)

The Kuomintang repeatedly attempted land reform in China.

The regime issued two land reform laws.

It advocated workers' rights, land reform and social democracy.

local government reform   (reforma del gobierno local)

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Pukë.

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Fier.

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Kukës.

administrative reform   (reforma administrativa)

Berlin's 2001 administrative reform merged several districts.

He issued regulations for administrative reform, known as the "Ordenzas."

After the administrative reform of Bavaria in 1818 it became a municipality.

social reform   (reforma social)

It was a result of social reform movement in India.

His main book on social reform is "Toward Social Renewal".

The other condition was determined economic and social reform.

reform movement   (Movimiento Reformista)

It was a result of social reform movement in India.

The reform movement soon split along certain doctrinal lines.

It was a religious reform movement founded in rural areas of East Bengal.

electoral reform   (reforma electoral)

As a result, no electoral reform was approved.

The main issue for the opposition parties was electoral reform.

He has called for proportional representation electoral reform.

constitutional reform   (reforma constitucional)

In 1992, he supported the Charlottetown Accord on constitutional reform.

Starting from 2016, elections will be held jointly, after a constitutional reform.

On February 24, Morales accepted the defeat of the proposed constitutional reform.

political reform   (reforma política)

The newspaper was devoted to social and political reform.

Thus, the political reform needed to include reducing inequalities.

Some of the pro-Beijing lists include political reform in their manifestos.

economic reform   (reforma económica)

An economic reform effort was launched in 1998.

The National Assembly began to enact social and economic reform.

In 1991, the central government allowed Shanghai to initiate economic reform.

education reform   (Reforma educativa)

Arkansas has been making strides in education reform.

Carroll was known for his support of education reform.

Aspects of standards-based education reform came under scrutiny in the 1990s.

tax reform   (reforma fiscal)

Under the new 2010 tax reform, tax exemptions have been abolished.

Democratic candidates advocated for tax reform to end tax cuts for the wealthy.

Spindelegger resigned at the end of August 2014 following disputes over tax reform.

reform it became   (reforma se convirtió)

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Pukë.

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Fier.

At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Kukës.

immigration reform   (reforma inmigratoria)

The nuns' 2013 tour concerned immigration reform.

Jerge has written on the benefits of immigration reform.

In 2013, the theme was immigration reform.

care reform   (reforma del cuidado)

"...the key to health care reform is to restore control to the patients themselves."

In 1993, Starr was the senior advisor for President Bill Clinton's proposed health care reform plan.

Attorney General Conway refused to join a lawsuit claiming that health care reform is unconstitutional.

law reform   (reforma de la ley)

He again voted for criminal law reform, 4 June.

Policy and law reform is an important part of the EDO's work.

He chaired its legal, civil liberties, and law reform committees.

health care reform   (la reforma de salud)

"...the key to health care reform is to restore control to the patients themselves."

In 1993, Starr was the senior advisor for President Bill Clinton's proposed health care reform plan.

Attorney General Conway refused to join a lawsuit claiming that health care reform is unconstitutional.

reform program   (programa de reforma)

The land reform program implemented under Ordinance 57 was unpopular in the countryside.

Árbenz himself, a landowner through his wife, gave up of his own land in the land reform program.

AMGL had organized a series of actions to demand that the government implement an agrarian reform program.

agrarian reform   (Reforma agraria)

1910-1920) who fought for agrarian reform in Northern Mexico.

Muslim rule introduced agrarian reform, a new calendar and Sufism.

Árbenz began promoting agrarian reform soon after becoming President.

prison reform   (reforma penitenciaria)

The most extensive work of the club was in prison reform.

In 1884 he published a work, "Dr. Sevier", on prison reform.

Meredith is best remembered for his role in prison reform, of which he was an active exponent.

reform bill   (proyecto de reforma)

The budget included repealing the campaign finance reform bill passed a decade earlier.

The second setback occurred in the Senate Judiciary Committee action that day on Roosevelt's court reform bill.

Trelawny and Mary Shelley also disagreed about a custody reform bill that was proposed by the Philosophic Radicals.

educational reform   (Reforma educativa)

"Charles Lee Coon (1868–1927): North Carolina crusader for educational reform."

The night self-learning started in 1980 with the July 30 educational reform measures.

As a part of the educational reform in Hong Kong, the examination was abolished after academic year 2012/2013.

reform efforts   (esfuerzos de reforma)

Some major reform efforts have been conducted.

After the Imo Incident, early reform efforts in Korea suffered a major setback.

Macron's reform efforts have encountered resistance from some French trade unions.

reform movements   (movimientos de reforma)

The Theosophical Society had a major influence on Hindu reform movements.

Throughout her life, she was active in social reform movements, especially the labor movement and the settlement movement.

He led a social reform movements in Ahmedabad, and wrote articles against superstitions, caste restrictions and child marriage.

welfare reform   (reforma del bienestar)

At the Treasury her brief covered social issues such as child poverty and welfare reform.

During the campaign, Walker backed welfare reform and opposed the expansion of mass transit.

Paul Gregg (academic) Professor Paul Gregg is a British academic, and expert on labour markets and welfare reform.

reform school   (reformatorio)

After a fatal car mishap she ends up in reform school.

However Lasseter had been sentenced to reform school at that time.

Instead of being hanged, the boy can simply be sent to reform school.

structural reform   (reforma estructural)

Recent accession to the EU gives further impetus and direction to structural reform.

The economic liberalisation and structural reform measures were necessary and had been overdue at that time.

It is focused on policy-led, national structural reform and liberalisation programmes with a sector-wide approach.

finance reform   (reforma financiera)

The budget included repealing the campaign finance reform bill passed a decade earlier.

Much of the impetus behind campaign finance reform in the United States and in other countries is an attempt to prevent economic power being used to take political power.

The inequality between districts and schools led to 23 states instituting school finance reform based on adequacy standards that aim to increase funding to low-income districts.

reform legislation   (reforma legislativa)

Wexton supports decriminalizing cannabis, while Comstock has voted against cannabis law reform legislation.

Starting in 2009, Rasmussen Reports tracked attitudes about health care reform legislation on a weekly basis.

It included sweeping education reform legislation, which led to the establishment of charter schools in Arizona.

justice reform   (reforma de justicia)

She had planned on going into the field of criminal justice reform.

He also initiated the Institute's work on justice reform in South Africa, Russia, Chile, and China.

In 2006 he was awarded an honorary OBE for contributions to criminal justice reform in the United Kingdom.

campaign finance reform   (reforma financiera de campaña)

The budget included repealing the campaign finance reform bill passed a decade earlier.

Much of the impetus behind campaign finance reform in the United States and in other countries is an attempt to prevent economic power being used to take political power.

During his two terms in the Senate (1970 - 1978), Gregorio authored laws dealing with legislation and campaign finance reform, alcohol and drug abuse, the arts, environment, education and health.

reform package   (paquete de reforma)

This offer was one step forward from Armenian reform package, which was already established in February 1914.

The Australian Government responded to the Bradley Review in 2009, announcing a reform package for higher education.

In the spring 1997, the pro-reform United Democratic Forces coalition came to power with its ambitious economic reform package.

municipal reform   (reforma municipal)

In the course of municipal reform in Hesse, the two formerly self-administering communities of Obertshausen and Hausen were merged.

In the municipal reform of 1952 it became a commune in the North Kålland rural municipality, and in 1969 it was made part of Lidköping Municipality.

As a result of municipal reform in Baden-Württemberg, the villages of Neuweiler (July 1, 1971) and Breitenstein (April 1, 1972) were merged into Weil im Schönbuch.

democratic reform   (reforma democrática)

Rankin has also championed democratic reform.

The president asserted that free trade would gradually open China to democratic reform.

The demands for democratic reform which swept Eastern Europe in 1989 led Zhivkov to resign.

major reform   (reforma importante)

Some major reform efforts have been conducted.

In 1989 there was a major reform of local government in New Zealand.

In mid-1935, Roosevelt began to prioritize a major reform of the tax code.

school reform   (reforma escolar)

Standards-based school reform has become a predominant issue facing public schools.

When primary school reform was enacted in 1985, the primary school in Zuidveen failed to conform to the new norm of a minimum of 26 pupils.

They could not, however, reconcile the opposed factions of their membership: those who either sought radical social change or practical school reform.

reform process   (proceso de reforma)

The unit assists in the curriculum reform process of the Diploma, Bachelor and Master level.

The Deputy Rodolfo Moreno (h) was the one who gave the last impulse to the long reform process of the 1886 Code.

His pragmatic approach to politics allowed him to envision an incremental reform process that can be carried out through action.

parliamentary reform   (reforma parlamentaria)

Other areas of study included parliamentary reform and the teaching of political science in universities in Britain.

He voted silently for parliamentary reform, 25 Apr 3 June, and spoke in its favour at the Westminster anniversary reform dinner, 23 May 1822.

During his term, he was a watchdog on a broad range of issues including resource management, labour relations, advanced education, and parliamentary reform.

criminal justice reform   (reforma de la justicia penal)

She had planned on going into the field of criminal justice reform.

In 2006 he was awarded an honorary OBE for contributions to criminal justice reform in the United Kingdom.

He has gained attention for his office's successful prosecutions of human trafficking and for his support of criminal justice reform efforts.

reform proposals   (propuestas de reforma)

Liberman's reform proposals were also implemented in East Germany.

There are some reform proposals.

Opponents to TSCA reform proposals argue that stringent legislation can be seen as "job-killing."

service reform   (reforma de servicio)

He also advocated civil service reform.

Public support in the United States for civil service reform strengthened following the assassination of President James Garfield.

From June 2001-September 2004, Diamond was a member of the Number 10 Policy Unit with particular responsibility for the government's public service reform agenda.

legal reform   (reforma legal)

It brought economic freedoms and agrarian and legal reform.

Recent topics have included Japanese legal reform and Palestinian access to international courts.

The Qing court then instituted "New Policies" of administrative and legal reform, including abolition of the examination system.

policy reform   (reforma política)

The organization's executive director, Liz Baxter, has advocated for health policy reform to members of the Oregon Legislative Assembly.

He championed social causes like opposing opium smoking, promoting Chinese vernacular education, legislating against polygamy and pressing for immigration policy reform.

Haddad has also served as President of the Tasmanian branch of the Fabian Society, a left wing think tank researching progressive political ideas and public policy reform.

monetary reform   (reforma monetaria)

It underwent a highly controversial monetary reform in 1953.

In the year 1704, Peter the Great initiated the monetary reform.

The chervonets was suspended entirely after the monetary reform of 1947.