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Synonyms for manifesto

Synonyms for manifesto

a public declaration of intentions (as issued by a political party or government)

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Pensioners Parliament chair Michael Monaghan, said: "Over the next five months, older people will take ownership of this manifesto, using it to lobby candidates.
The foreign policy section in the AK Party's manifesto for the June 7, 2015 election consisted of a complication of what various public institutions did without an editorial perspective.
The manifesto calls for: | A new statutory responsibility upon |local authorities to promote economic development and regeneration.
It is fair to say that a great deal of effort has gone into the manifesto, which both reflects the concerns of our members and is underpinned by work from some of the leading business academics working in Wales and the wider UK today.
The party's Welsh manifesto seeks to address how Wales would be compensated for losing European aid money if the UK leaves the EU.
Walton hopeful Steve Rotheram, a member of Labour's National Executive Committee, was delighted by Ed Miliband's performance as he launched the election manifesto.
But the manifesto also includes proposals to cut benefits for the highest claimers in regions such as the West Midlands.
Describing the Teesside Manifesto as a "great idea" Mr Miliband said: "I'll certainly have a look at the manifesto, and I'll have a read of it and take some of the ideas back for my manifesto.
Six years later, the number of companies signing the manifesto has expanded to 40.
As a young agency with a mission to do good in the world, we're thrilled to receive this honor," said Manifesto Chief Storyteller, Tim Dyer.
25 ( ANI ): Union Minority affairs minister K Rahman Khan on Friday stated that as part of its 2009 poll manifesto 4.
Rajeev SharmaNothing can be more disgraceful and shameful for a political party than the charge that its election manifesto -- the sacrosanct document for any political party entering the battle of the ballot -- has been copied from a rival political party.
On the delay in bringing out the manifesto The party leaders were busy campaigning.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on 7 April released its "Election Manifesto 2014" in New Delhi, emphasising that it will strive for the revival of growth and job creation in the country.
has sent out a manifesto which, as manifestos do, calls out what is wrong in the humanities that is causing it to flounder and gradually lose its momentum.