Noun(1) a public declaration of intentions (as issued by a political party or government
(1) This pursuit of risk avoidance has become the mantra of health care and is now a political manifesto pledge.(2) a manifesto for gay liberation(3) For the past three elections the Labour Party has issued a manifesto of its aims and objectives.(4) The only remaining option is the political route of making a clear proposal in the election manifesto .(5) He's the only politician featured in the manifesto document and has his picture on every page.(6) election manifesto(7) manifesto commitments(8) he may fudge key issues in the Labour manifesto(9) Pressure needs to be stepped up to force the government to honour its manifesto pledge.(10) If correct this will show the manifestos of the political parties in a more favourable light.(11) It is entirely in Spanish and contains party proclamations and political manifestos .(12) I have learned not to take any notice of parties' manifestos .(13) All parties are likely to include a pledge in their election manifestos ruling out such a move.(14) We'll also issue manifestos , mission statements and declarations.(15) At the national level the parties publish their manifestos setting out the policies they will implement if they win the election.(16) The big parties' election manifestos also reflect this obsession.
1. policy statement ::
2. mission statement ::
3. platform ::
5. program ::
6. declaration ::
7. proclamation ::
8. pronouncement ::
9. announcement ::
Different Formsmanifesto, manifestos
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