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|opposition leader||Лидер оппозиции|
|opposition parties||Оппозиционные партии|
|opposition party||Оппозиционная партия|
|strong opposition||Сильная оппозиция|
|without opposition||Без оппозиции|
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· The Daily 202: Birx argues privately against Trump’s push for reopening schools, a major coronavirus flashpoint →
But Trump’s request has further hardened opposition from Democrats who are angry with the president for canceling in 2017 a years-long effort by the bureau to construct a secure campus in the Washington suburbs.”
· For shame: A Jordanian podcast is exploring the region’s taboo subjects →
In a recent episode, entitled “You Are My Legs”, Aya (not her real name) discussed the opposition she faced from her family and friends after deciding to marry a man with paraplegia.
· CityCats step in while Kangaroo Point loses its hop →
The council’s Labor opposition questioned if the administration planned to retire the older timber fleet permanently.
· Former NRL halfback cops ban for smearing blood on opponent →
As Olive’s teammates raced in to celebrate the try, the game footage - streamed on the NSWRL’s Facebook page - appeared to show Henry wiping the blood from his face onto opposition player Addison Demetriou.
· Icare queried its own regulator's costs →
he told Labor colleagues he did not want his position to be a distraction for the opposition.
· Rising star of German left quits SDP youth role to run for parliament →
In a 2018 Guardian interview, Kühnert said he was ashamed of the fact that by going into government once again, the SPD had paved the way for the far-right Alternative für Deutschland party to become the main opposition party in the Bundestag.
· (2nd LD) Nat'l Assembly overwhelmingly approves revisions to real estate regulation bills →
The main opposition United Future Party (UFP), which has 103 seats, boycotted the voting session in protest against what they believed to be a lack of bipartisan discussion.
The Japan Times
· How long should governments spend away? →
Even with higher taxes on the rich — a policy that will meet with intense opposition and arguments against growth-stifling austerity — a large share of the accumulated debt will be passed on to future generations.
· Zimbabwe president vows to 'flush out' opponents →
The protests had been called by opposition politician Jacob Ngarivhume, the head of a small party called Transform Zimbabwe, against alleged state corruption and the country's slumping economy.
· State debt set to hit $60 billion as virus crisis deepens →
Its opposition members published a minority report that bitterly criticised the government’s pandemic response and the conduct of the inquiry itself.