Translation for 'government coalition' from English to Bulgarian
coalition government {noun}
коалиционно правителство {ср}
government coalition {noun}
управляваща коалиция {ж}
government {noun}правителство {ср}
self-government {noun}
самоуправление {ср}
ruling coalition {noun}
управляваща коалиция {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • His manoeuvring was further damaged when Clann na Poblachta left the government coalition.
  • During World War II, the opposition Conservative Party ran under the name National Government in the 1940 election as a means of promoting their platform of creating a wartime national government coalition (evocative of the previous war's "Union government").
  • Following disagreements between the partners in the then government coalition, constitutional reform had proceeded slower than anticipated.
  • The presidential election, and co-operation between Centre Party and National Coalition Party, proved to be a major strain on the government coalition between the Centre Party and Social Democrats.
  • The M5S and the League agreed to form a government coalition, which resulted in Giuseppe Conte being appointed Prime Minister and forming the 65th government of the Italian Republic.

  • The European parliament does not form any government coalition, instead a consociationalism system with fluid coalitions exists, which changes from year to year.
  • One feature of the government having a majority in both chambers between 1 July 2005 and the 2007 elections was the potential for an increased emphasis on internal differences between members of the government coalition parties.
  • In Zimbabwe, government coalition partners the Movement for Democratic Change adopted LVT.
  • He confided to his own family how he always regarded the Conservative party label as 'odious' and thought of it a barrier to people joining what he thought could be a non-socialist but a reforming party during the 1930s which he hoped would be called National to include the parties of the National Government coalition in the 1930s.
  • As of the May 2017 General Election, members of the PPM and CDP have joined with three independent members to form a government coalition despite many years of enmity.

  • The center-right Free Voters party gained 11.6% of the vote and formed a government coalition with the CSU which led to the subsequent reelection of Markus Söder as Minister-President of Bavaria.
  • Later the SRS became a government coalition partner of Milosević and in 1998, Đujić publicly stated that he regretted awarding that title to Šešelj.
  • In Ireland, coalition governments are common; not since 1977 has a single party formed a majority government.
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