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Social and political issues: politics


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Member of Parliament
politician with the most votes for some constituency
opposition
political party in parliament which is in minority
aim
a result that your plans or actions are intended to achieve (SYN goal)
announce sth
say sth officially and in public
campaign
a plan to do a number of things with a specific aim
consist of sth
be formed or made up of sth
constituency
one ofthe areas into witch the country is divided for voting in political elections
elect
process of selection of politicians
election
the time when people choose individuals to speak for them and act for them
face sth
have to deal with a difficult situation
focus on sth
give all your attention to sth
goal
a result that your plans or actions are intended to achieve (SYN aim)
govern
to control a country
government
the group of people in control of a country
hold an election
to organise election
immigrant
somebody who moved to another country to live there
immigration
the process ofcoming to live in a country that is not your own
in power
in political countrol of the country
launch sth
start sth new, especially a compain or product
majority
the largest number or part of sth
minority
the smallest number or part of sth
oppose sth
to disagree with something and try to change it
opposition
group of people who disagree with current status quo
parliament
the group of people elected to make the laws in a country
persuade sb
give reasons to make sb agree
policy
a plan to do sth, agreed by a government, company, etc
political party
a group of people with the same ideas who want to win an election
politician
a person whith a job in politics
prime minister
the leader of the government in some countries
priority
a thing that is important or that you must do befor anything else
represent
to speak, act, or be present officially for another person or people
vote for sb
choose sb in an election
announcement
something said officially and in public