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multiparty

Syllabification: mul·ti·par·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌməltēˈpärdē
 
, ˌməltīˈpärdē
 
/

Definition of multiparty in English:

adjective

Of or involving several political parties: multiparty elections
More example sentences
  • While the king has asked for three years to restore a multiparty government, political parties launched a campaign calling for the return of power to the people.
  • This crisis pressured the government into opening the political system and holding multiparty elections in 1992.
  • The difficult time was the transition from one party to multiparty politics, but this was successfully done fifteen years ago.

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