The promoter of the suit, the legislator of Partido Frente Amplio (PFA); Jose Maria Villalta said the suspension of the project "is one of the first successes in safeguarding traditional agriculture and the health of all Costa Ricans.
What does FA stand for?
FA stands for Frente Amplio (Spanish: Broad Front; Uruguayan political party)
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We have 56 other meanings of FA in our Acronym Attic
- fractional anisotropy
- Framework Agreement (various organizations)
- Framework Approach
- Frankford Arsenal (PA; ammunition headstamp)
- Frankfort Arsenal (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- Freakin' A! (polite form)
- Fredericksburg Academy
- Free Agent (baseball, football, etc.; player who may sign with any team)
- Freight Allowed (shipping)
- French Angora (rabbit)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The FMLN, which in the 1980s was an outlaw band of guerrillas that the US was bent on stamping out, won the last presidential election in El Salvador, the Sandinistas are back in power in Nicaragua, in Uruguay the leftist Frente Amplio has won its second presidential election in a row and its current president, Jose Mujica, is a former Tupamaro guerrilla, the Cuban revolution survives, the people of Ecuador and Bolivia overthrew neoliberal governments and rewrote their countries' constitutions, and Venezuela's president Chavez, reviled by the corporate media, gets reelected again and again.
Deputy Carmen Munoz, Deputy Jose Maria Villalta [the only opposition leftist Frente Amplio legislator], and myself again presented the initiative.
he told supporters who waved the white, blue and red flags of the Frente Amplio party, a leftist coalition.
Frente Amplio (the Broad Front) coalition won 16 senators in the 30-member upper chamber of the Uruguayan parliament, the initial results from Sunday's vote, which will be finalised on Saturday, said.
of New South Wales, Australia) considers the half-century that began with the election of the National Party--the first change of ruling party in 90 years--and the victory of the Frente Amplio government--the first by a center-left party since the South American country gained independence from Spain.
Esta politica ortodoxa continuo aun despues de que el izquierdista Frente Amplio tomara el poder en 2005.
Well, Uruguayans in general, after many years of dictatorship, and some governments of the right, finally have a government of the left which is the Frente Amplio [broad front].