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Once we do not get party politics right, we can as well forget about democracy.
In Punjab, party politics and personal relations played a role.
Indeed, Wilentz seeks to show throughout the book how both party politics and the centrality of the value of equality explain the importance of the figures he discusses.
Party Politics won the Grand National five days before the 1992 general election, while Character Building (seventh) was bought before the 2010 vote, and Benvolio's purchase coincides with another election year.
Yet I feel party politics gets in the way of the decisions some make.
Firstly, politics exists outside the framework of party politics and, where there is real power, party politics takes a back seat.
After Jawara was overthrown by the military in 1994, Camara receded into private life due to a Decree 89 that banned him and others from participating in party politics.
20 ( ANI ): Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari on Tuesday defended the effectiveness of the present Food Security Bill, and said that the opportunity to feed 81 crore Indians should not be sacrificed at the behest of party politics.
Lord Storey said: "Why should we stand when someone else is taking a principled stand about the way party politics is run.
Mr Osborne is free to play party politics with his own money but to squander public assets to buy votes would be a giant fraud.
Revolutionary models like the ones in Eastern Europe in the 1980s and 1990s and the recent revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt demonstrate how central party politics and elections relate to the process of change.
Meanwhile, he called on political parties not to compromise the country's goal of European integration by internal party politics.
With local politicians free to pursue party politics on their own particular patches, an elected mayor for Merseyside, especially one free of party constraints, would be able to concentrate on what they were, presumably, elected for: to work with everyone in a collaborative and targeted way to get the best out of everything.
Party Politics in the Western Balkans (London and New York: Routledge, 2010).
Our councillors are spending ratepayers' money on party politics (Examiner, January 3).