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Synonyms for bipartisan

supported by both sides

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In a definitive break with the bipartisanism that has dominated national politics for 174 years, the youngest party is seeking re-election after putting the country's first progressive president, Socialist oncologist Tabare Vazquez, in office in 2004.
Even though the winner-takes-all electoral system is valued for its ability to create bipartisanism (a stabilized political system controlled by two strong parties in which one has a clear majority) it is necessary to emphasize that bipartisanism is derived from other significant factors as well: structural historical traditions, socio-economical conditions specific to individual societies, etc.
I thought we discussed the importance of bipartisanism.
The fundamental, underlying thrust of this is bipartisanism.