Party-politics



noun, (usually used with a singular verb)
1.
politics based on strict adherence to the policies and principles of a political party regardless of the public interest; partisan loyalism.
plural noun
1.
politics conducted through, by, or for parties, as opposed to other interests or the public good
plural noun

the practice of focusing on the aims and interests of a political party rather than the public good

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