a political arrangement in which opposing groups in a society participate in government
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How to use power-sharing in a sentence
Local pushback against ISIS domination in these areas to bring a power sharing arrangement, seems ever more remote.
Maliki won a second term as prime minister, in 2010, by negotiating a power-sharing deal with rival parties.
He wants the Maliki government in Baghdad to get its act together on genuine power-sharing before commencing U.S. military action.
The tape may have been referring to a late January power sharing deal that has since been rejected by opposition leaders.
Neither power-sharing nor a transitional government is realistic.