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issue-based

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(also issues-based)

Definition of issue-based in English:

adjective

Based on or concerned with specific problems or concerns rather than an overall ideology: issue-based politics she wanted to pursue an issue-based agenda
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  • We look forward to legitimate, constructive, issues-based debates hosted by news organizations.
  • The democracy movement was issues-based - as soon as the problem was resolved, the joint work ended.
  • The only issues-based politics that gets most artists riled up are pragmatic issues such as getting paid and being represented fairly.

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