political opposition

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

political opposition (plural political oppositions)

  1. A recognized political party that is present in Parliament or some other legislative party and does not control the floor (usually due to being in the minority).
  2. An unrecognized political party in a one-party state.
  3. Actions by one political group against another political group, either by using governmental power or by popular actions such as protests.
  4. A more general case of disagreement in politics.
Last modified on 10 November 2012, at 19:58