The center-left parties --the Partido de la Revolucion Democratica (PRD), the Partido del Trabajo (PT), and the Movimiento Ciudadano (MC)--presented a united front in voting against the overall package because of concerns that worker rights would be gutted.
What does PT stand for?
PT stands for Partido del Trabajo (Spanish: Workers' Party)
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We have 127 other meanings of PT in our Acronym Attic
- Panel Truck
- Pannier Tank (steam engine)
- Paper Towel
- Parallel Telemetry
- Parallel Time
- Park Tudor (High School)
- Part Time
- Parti de Travailleurs (Workers' Party, Algeria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Present at the meeting were representatives of the Partido del Trabajo (PT, Mexico), Farabundo Marti para la Liberacion Nacional (FMLN, El Salvador), Unificacion Democracia (UD, Honduras), Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional de Guatemala (URNG), and Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional (FMLN, Nicaragua).
Ricardo Monreal of the Partido del Trabajo (PT) continue to publicly reject the results of the election, newly elected PRD legislators are working with counterparts from the PAN to push for reforms that would make the electoral process more transparent.
The political tug-of-war involves the usual suspects: the PRI, President Felipe Calderon's Partido Accion Nacional (PAN), and the center-left coalition, led by the Partido de la Revolucion Democratica (PRD) and the Partido del Trabajo (PT).
Deputy Alejandro Encinas, who served as an interim mayor of Mexico City after Lopez Obrador launched his first presidential campaign in 2005, has thrown his hat into the ring to represent the center-left parties, including the PRD, the Partido del Trabajo (PT), and the Partido Convergencia por la Democracia (PCD), in the Mexico state election.
Vicente Fox, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador oppose alliances But there are strong personalities in the PAN, the PRD, and the Partido del Trabajo (PT) opposing the coalition.
The PRD and its allies, the Partido del Trabajo (PT) and Partido Convergencia por la Democracia (PCD), had hoped to convince enough PRI deputies who are affiliated with agricultural and labor unions to sign the petition.
While the PAN has stopped short of calling for congressional action against Ruiz, the PRD and the Partido del Trabajo (PT) have not been shy about calling for an impeachment trial for Ruiz.