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English definition of “power-sharing”

power-sharing

noun [U]
 
 
POLITICS, GOVERNMENT an arrangement in which two people, organizations, political parties, etc. share responsibility for doing something, especially being in charge of a government: The two leaders presented this new era of power-sharing as a positive thing.power-sharing agreement/arrangement/deal The parties held a joint news conference to announce their power-sharing agreement. power-sharing administration/executive/government power-sharing negotiations/talks
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