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a hypothetical controversial proposition

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In all political contestations, you must believe without needing to apologize that you have a candidate who is going to win and that this candidate has the necessary assets and a wide appeal to the electorate and that he has endeared himself to the electorate in the context of the kind of political agenda he embraces and comportment.
Thereafter, what we see and how it is understood leads to the emergence of diverging ideological trajectories and, eventually, to social contestation as a result of competing claims.
His two objectives are to map this contestation and also resituate the forest as a mirror for progressive as well as reactionary German politics.
What is missing from this picture is an understanding of what implications frame contestation might have had for the public, had it made it into the press (and should it do so in the future in response to similar national transgressions).
Je n'ai plus assez de T-shirts", avoue Pinar Bad, 30 ans, vendeuse sur l'avenue Istiklal, a quelques centaines de metres de l'emblematique place Taksim, epicentre avec le parc Gezi de la contestation.
NNA - MP Michel Aoun said Tuesday that the contestation of the extension of the House mandate, submitted by his Change and Reform parliamentary bloc before the Constitutional Council, would certainly be approved, considering its flawless legality.
La contestation du scrutin de Bristol South East, survenue en Grande-Bretagne en 1961, a connu un denouement semblable.
Abdellah Karroum, Emelie Renard, and Claire Staebler * This third edition of Paris's La Triennale--tellingly titled "Intense Proximity"--is set to advance artistic director Okwui Enwezor's important contestation of nationality and nativism by highlighting relational geographies and migrant figures.
But what really reveals that he is no longer what he used to be is the following: "Democracy requires that there is a contest, but once the contestation is over, all we want is for everyone to rally behind whoever is successful in the interest of Namibia and its people.
Cultural Contestation in Ethnic Conflict by Marc Howard Ross.
The papers show that even in its third decade, the HIV/AIDS pandemic remains a site for robust ethical, legal and human rights contestation, and that the intersection between HIV/AIDS, pregnancy and reproductive autonomy continues to show compelling reasons to be alive to the powerlessness of women, including in the light of initiatives to scale up HIV testing and antiretroviral therapy.
This Article offers democratic contestation as a basic value to be
It also demonstrates an exciting attempt to demystify neo-liberalism by paying attention to its construction and contestation in various geographical contexts.
Of particular interest to the author is how the defining moment of the Butler decision has been opened up to the contestation and complication by Little Sisters Book and Art Emporium et al.
Contestation transnationale, diversite et citoyennete dans l'espace quebecois.