Translation of manifesto in Spanish:

manifesto

manifiesto, n.

Pronunciation /manɪˈfɛstəʊ//ˌmænəˈfɛstoʊ/

noun

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    manifiesto masculine
    (for a specific election) plataforma electoral feminine British
    • Parties' election manifestos aren't so much promises of what they will do as what they would like to do, if they can get the support.
    • Too often in the past, our youth have been featured prominently in the glossy manifestos of all political parties.
    • The only remaining option is the political route of making a clear proposal in the election manifesto.
    • He's the only politician featured in the manifesto document and has his picture on every page.
    • At the national level the parties publish their manifestos setting out the policies they will implement if they win the election.
    • To a greater or lesser extent, the manifestos of the major political parties have been exercises in fantasy.
    • If correct this will show the manifestos of the political parties in a more favourable light.
    • I have learned not to take any notice of parties' manifestos.
    • A situation is needed where genuine alternative policies contained in party manifestos are put forward.
    • The big parties' election manifestos also reflect this obsession.
    • Look for them in the political manifestos, in executive directives, in the next letter from your friendly consultant.
    • All parties are likely to include a pledge in their election manifestos ruling out such a move.
    • Pressure needs to be stepped up to force the government to honour its manifesto pledge.
    • For the past three elections the Labour Party has issued a manifesto of its aims and objectives.
    • We'll also issue manifestos, mission statements and declarations.
    • In 1945, the manifestos for all three parties stressed the need to retain control of the production and distribution of food.
    • This pursuit of risk avoidance has become the mantra of health care and is now a political manifesto pledge.
    • It is entirely in Spanish and contains party proclamations and political manifestos.
    • Study of the parties' election manifestos shows that the parties have differentiated themselves on many policy matters.
    • It will be fascinating to see how much attention the main parties pay, in manifestos and the campaign, to economic and business issues.