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12 Dec 2010 — Unlike

How would you improve this sentence?

 

Unlike the U.S. Congress, the fighting in my country is for unity.
Unlike the U.S. Congress, the fighting in my country is for unity.

 

 

 

 

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Unlike the U.S. Congress, the Bhutanese Parliament is …

 

 

 

 

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Unlike the fighting in the U.S. Congress, the fighting in the British Parliament… .

 

 

 

 

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Unlike the bipartisan fighting in the U.S. Congress, the multipartisan fighting
             in the Icelandic Parliament does not result in a stalemate

 

 

 

 

 

bipartisan (adj.) – involving two political parties, especially parties with opposing views 

multiparty (adj.) – involving or including more than one political party

stalemate (n.)  – a situation in which it seems impossible to settle an argument or disagreement, and neither side can get an advantage; deadlock

 

 

 

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