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1. The centre-right parties have formed a coalition.
2. The two parties have united to form a coalition.
3. Since June the country has had a coalition government.
4. Government by coalition has its own peculiar set of problems.
5. A serious split in the ruling coalition appeared soon after the election.
6. It's the coalition forces who are to blame for the continuation of the war.
7. He was working in coalition with other Unionist leaders.
8. On September 27 a new coalition administration was formed.
9. The several parties formed a coalition.
10. On May 23 a coalition government took office.
11. They formed a coalition with the Greens.
12. A coalition government was formed after inconclusive elections.
13. A coalition government will now be established.
14. The coalition bulldozed the resolution through the plenary session.
15. The two parties governed in coalition for four years.
16. He wants a loose coalition of leftwing forces.
17. The coalition will never hold together for six months.
18. They didn't rule out coalition with the Social Democrats.
19. Against all expectations[Sentencedict.com ], the coalition held together well.
20. His policy risks fracturing the coalition.
21. The international coalition was ready to take the offensive.
22. When the coalition was formed the Liberals were left out in the cold .
23. A coalition government was formed following an inconclusive general election.
24. The conservative coalition could delay further reforms or block them altogether.
25. His coalition may hold a clear majority but this could quickly fall away.
26. They were threatening to bring down the government by withdrawing from the ruling coalition.
27. China's support is key to the success of the coalition.
28. He hoped to convert his party members to a belief in coalition.
29. The Party was a thorn in the flesh of his coalition.
30. He said he hoped that the job of putting together a coalition wouldn't take too much time.
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