If it is now presumed that power will be divided according to strength within the coalition, the parties will prefer the largest relative size within the coalition.
... abbrev: BN) is a political coalition of Malaysia that was founded in 1973 as a coalition of centre-right and right-wing political parties.
In 1940, the governing Liberal-Progressives formed an all-party coalition government with the Conservatives, CCF and Social Credit.
The coalition stayed in power after the parliamentary elections in 2002 and brought one more political party into the coalition and government.
The coalition also includes the Badr Organization, the Al-Muwatin coalition and the State of Law Coalition.
The coalition partners from the previous term soon decided that the first option for coalition talks should be to renew their coalition.
The elections were a major loss for the coalition government in power, as the three coalition parties together won only 14.2% of popular vote.
However, after the election, AVANA created the ARD (Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy) coalition, of which it is the spearhead.
The Council has been part of a number of coalitions focused on employer-sponsored benefits, including the Global Pension Coalition, the Employers' Coalition on Medicare (ECOM), How America Saves: The Coalition to Protect Retirement, the Consumer-Purchaser Alliance and the National Coalition on Benefits.
In the European Parliament elections of 2014 CxG formed a coalition with Convergence and Union, the Basque Nationalist Party and Canarian Coalition, known as Coalition for Europe.
Preliminary results showed the Progressive-led coalition winning with 158 seats, while the SPS–PUPS–JS coalition came second with 44, the Democratic-led coalition third with 19 and Boris Tadić's coalition with 18.
The Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition agreement (officially known as The Coalition: Our Programme for Government) was a policy document drawn up following the 2010 general election in the United Kingdom.
As an example of a coalition government under FPP, in 1931–35 there was the United/Reform coalition.
Onward Indonesia Coalition ([...] , abbrev: KIM) is an official political coalition in Indonesia to support the presidential/vice presidential candidates Joko Widodo and Ma'ruf Amin in the 2019 presidential election.
Justice Coalition ([...] , "Shudarga yos evsel") was a parliamentary coalition in the Mongolian Parliament, the State Great Khural, after the 2012 parliamentary elections that they fought together under the Coalition platform.
The network is a host to a number of national civil society campaigns and coalitions including: National Coalition on Human Rights Defenders Uganda; National Coalition on Transitional Justice; Uganda Coalition on the International Criminal Court; National Coalition on Police Accountability & Security Sector Reform; Human Rights Education Coalition; Economic, Social & Cultural Rights Coalition and the Coalition on Freedom of Information among others.
Let [...] be a coalition with size [...]. Partition the coalition into nonempty subsets [...].
The National Coalition ([...] , [...]) is a political coalition in Iraq.
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