“Party” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Viral marketing: Indonesia’s president has a new rival →
Nasdem, one of the parties in Jokowi’s coalition, is getting closer to Mr Anies, says the former aide to Jokowi.
· Premier 15s: RFU in talks with potential new women’s sponsors →
RFU chief executive Bill Sweeney told BBC Sport it was a priority to find a sponsor for the league and indicated the union was already in talks with a number of interested parties.
· Redzuan says sticking with Perikatan govt, calls for stop to rumours of him leaving →
The minister in the Prime Minister’s Department had last month called for a press conference at the Bersatu headquarters, which coincided with disputed Bersatu chairman Dr Mahathir’s visit to the same location to challenge party officials to sack him in person.
· Saroj Lal obituary →
Saroj was born in Gujranwala (then in British India), daughter of Behari Lal Chanana, a businessman and Congress party politician, and his wife, Wazir Devi Khurana, who died when Saroj was very young.
· It's taken far too long to rectify robo-debt distress →
But it must be done in a methodical and humane way that allows for a fair adjudication between competing parties when disputes arise.
· Three Turkish opposition MPs expelled from office and arrested →
President’s critics say move is an attempt to neuter other parties before possible snap elections
· China says ex-soccer star's call for ouster of Communist Party is 'absurd' →
I think this Communist Party should be kicked out of humanity.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong court accepts case against taxi driver who allegedly rammed into protesters →
A Hong Kong court has accepted a private prosecution launched by Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui who is pressing charges against a taxi driver who allegedly rammed his vehicle into pro-democracy protesters last year.
· RM75m set aside to protect gig economy under latest economic recovery plan →
He said a National Workforce Committee has been established to monitor and disseminate the money to the necessary parties as well as to ensure the government’s initiatives are undertaken properly.
· 'I know they aren't healthy': the energy drink craze sweeping Afghanistan →
As Afghanistan is officially a “dry” country, where drinking alcohol is forbidden, energy drinks dominate parties, weddings, government meetings and even tribal elder gatherings.