reform-minded


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Synonyms for reform-minded

favoring or promoting reform (often by government action)

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Ahn has supported the idea of creating a "big tent" between "rational liberals and reform-minded conservatives," wooing the Bareun Party that has become a non-negotiating bloc following some lawmakers' defection to the main opposition Liberty Korea Party.
And before that, Shokin had systematically cleansed his office of reform-minded prosecutors.
Since reform-minded Thein Sein took office in March last year, hundreds of political prisoners have been released, among thousands granted amnesty in separate batches.
Both recently installed new, reform-minded governments.
Thus, Brundin suggests, mid-century Medicean Florence left room for reform-minded debate at the Florentine Academy; around that time R.
LONDON/ANKARA, Feb 4, 2011 (TUR) -- An analyst with the influential London-based think-tank, Chatham House, has said Turkey constituted a role model for reform-minded groups in Arab countries.
I urge union leaders, administrators, and schools boards all across America to follow the example of their reform-minded colleagues and have a more open mind toward common sense reforms.
Reform-minded columnist Ahmad Zeidabadi, 44, one of at least 65 journalists behind bars, has been sentenced to six years in prison followed by five years of internal exile in the remote town of Gonabad.
The book teaches reform-minded administrators how to move from capacity building to full implementation by empowering their colleagues throughout their districts.
Summary: Libya appears set to take a tougher stand with the West after the intelligence chief was named as foreign minister and reform-minded ministers were sacked in a reshuffle, a source close to top officials said.
A century ago Pyotr Stolypin served as prime minister under Czar Nicholas II, creating a precedent in the Kremlin for a strong, reform-minded and ruthlessly ambitious prime minister serving under a weak and biddable head of state.
Reform-minded state officials, including former state Sen.
This will also be the first full year of a new, reform-minded school board that has the power to amplify any successes of the mayor's reform effort by applying them to more schools.
FRENCH voters elected reform-minded Nicolas Sarkozy as their new president, giving him a comfortable winning margin, preliminary official results and projections from four polling agencies showed last night.
Zamanian, the student leader, says Ahmadinejad's anti-reformist campaign has led students to value the relative freedoms they had enjoyed under Iran's previous, reform-minded President.