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  • Were the party in favour, it could share in the credit for academies and focus its ire on other aspects of his work—such as his proposed overhaul of the school curriculum, which some find too prescriptive, or his criticism of examination standards.

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  • Yet as kingmaker Mr Dacic dropped his alliance with the Democratic Party of Boris Tadic in favour of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) led by Tomislav Nikolic, who defeated Mr Tadic in the presidential election.

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  • But the resistance is politically passive and a cross-party consensus in favour is holding.

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  • Golkar wanted this applied to the districts, but the opposition feared it would work in the ruling party's favour.

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  • Local party bosses tend to favour local Chinese firms—another reason why tie-ups can be helpful.

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  • Mr Obama and his fellow Democrats were confident of passing a significant reform of health care in early 2010 after the Senate voted, along party lines, in favour of a bill.

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  • It is a sad indictment of Republican short-sightedness that all discussion of creating the flatter, simpler tax system that the party is supposed to favour has given way to squabbling over a grab-bag of politically-appealing goodies.

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  • Yet another suggests a sharp rise in the flat rate of payroll tax that bosses pay for workers on DM610, thus discouraging hiring them (this from a party otherwise claiming to favour tax cuts to boost jobs).

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  • Some in Mr Berlusconi's Forza Italia, the right's biggest party, believe the referendums favour modernity.

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  • The assignment of seats to each party has been reasonably fair, though the formula used was biased in favour of Mr Habibie's ruling Golkar party.

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  • And with many foreign journalists allowed in the country (a ban is usually enforced), plus some access to local media for the opposition, a case could be made for fairer reporting of events, though most local coverage was still skewed heavily in favour of the ruling party.

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  • And yet the odds must favour Mr Wallace persuading his party to toe the coalition line.

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  • Such gerrymandering can be extremely partisan when the majority party in a legislature draws districts that favour its candidates, as the Republicans did in Texas a decade ago.

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  • He has manipulated the system to favour both himself and the ruling party, Golkar.

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  • As Mr Elci points out, although six judges ruled in favour of the ban on his party, five ruled against it.

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  • On December 4th, Labor members of parliament changed leaders a fifth time, dumping Mr Beazley in favour of Kevin Rudd, the party's foreign-affairs spokesman.

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