Reforms

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economic reforms   (cải cách kinh tế)

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   (cải cách xã hội)

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   (cải cách ruộng đất)

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

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

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   (cải cách chính phủ)

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   (cải cách chính quyền địa phương)

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

constitutional reforms

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   (cải cách dân chủ)

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

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   (những cải cách lớn)

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

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

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

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

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

many reforms

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   (số lượng cải cách)

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

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   (cải cách giáo dục)

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

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   (cải cách khác)

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

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   (cải cách chính phủ đã thông qua)

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