On 21 February the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party, a small party with little impact in the country, demanded to suspend the membership of the Umma party accusing it of breaching the charter of Democratic Alternative that the opposition forces endorsed last year.
What does DA stand for?
DA stands for Democratic Alternative (Former Yugolsav Republic of Macedonia)
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- Military and Government
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We have 118 other meanings of DA in our Acronym Attic
- Deflection Amplifier
- Degenerate Acronym (i.e., one with two letters or less)
- Degree of Acetylation
- Deka (metric prefix, 10)
- Delayed Action
- Delegated Authority
- Delicious Agony (online radio station)
- Delta Airlines
- Demand Assignment
- Democratic Alliance (South African political party)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Friday's voting is a "deja vu" from 2001 when the Government gave up on the Democratic Alternative that was the third partner in the government coalition with VMRO-DPMNE and PDSH.
The Association Democratic Alternative (DA) was founded recently by two well-known Bulgarian-born French journalists, Roumiana Ougartchinska, and Bozhidar Chekov.
The House Democratic Alternative Budget offered by Rep.
In so doing, he shifts our attention from the profound loss experienced by displaced workers to local efforts to build democratic alternatives to the economic status quo.
Co-ops offer democratic alternative to shareholder-owned businesses The United Nations has designated 2012 as the International Year of Cooperatives, providing a great opportunity to raise the profile of an important organizational tool for spreading human rights and equality worldwide.
00 Paperback The working class in American history HN17 Labor historian and activist Brecher explores how working class communities of Connecticut's Naugatuck Valley region responded to the mass closing of factories in the 1970s and 1980s by trying to create democratic alternatives to economic powerlessness through such initiatives as buying and running a failing brass mill; organizing housing cooperatives; and organizing to address the myriad problems of health, education, transportation, and more that accompanied the devastation of the economy.
r Aref Dalial is a former dean of economics at Damascus University who has campaigned for decades for a democratic alternative to the Baath Party.