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non-party

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Pronunciation: /nɒnˈpɑːti
 
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Definition of non-party in English:

adjective

Independent of any political party: the Speaker of the House of Commons is a non-party figure
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  • The event is a non-party political event and party political banners or placards are discouraged.
  • Doctors for Reform claims to be ‘an independent, non-party group’.
  • He said a mixed composition of party and non-party members could speed up the investigation and provide independent and fair opinion.

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