âpre - translation to English
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âpre - translation to English

POLITICAL PARTY IN NICARAGUA
Alianza por la República; APRE

âpre      
bitter, rough, harsh, coarse
apr.      
afterwards
après         
after, next; next to, hereafter; afterwards

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Alliance for the Republic (Nicaragua)

The Alliance for the Republic (Spanish: Alianza por la República - APRE) is a centre-right liberal-conservative Nicaraguan political party founded in 2004 by dissident liberals from the Constitutional Liberal Party (PLC) and the Conservative Party (PC) including Enrique Bolaños, who was President of Nicaragua at the time (10 January 2002 to 10 January 2007).

APRE won 3 major offices (out of 152) in the 2004 municipal elections. For the 2006 Autonomous elections on the Caribbean Coast APRE lost four of its allies; the Conservative Party (PC), the Nicaraguan Democratic Movement (MDN) and the Social Conservative Party (PSC) to the Nicaraguan Liberal Alliance (ALN) and the National Unity Movement (MUN) to the Sandinista Renovation Movement (MRS).

APRE didn't pull enough votes to win a seat in the Regional Council and shortly after the elections, the two remaining allies of APRE abandoned the alliance; the Nicaraguan Party of the Christian Path (CCN) went to support the Constitutionalist Liberal Party (PLC) in the upcoming elections and the Party for Citizen Action (PAC) joined the Sandinista Renovation Movement (MRS) alliance.

As of 2006, APRE is part of the Nicaraguan Liberal Alliance (ALN).

Examples of use of âpre
1. L‘śuvre, âpre, colossale, hypervirtuose, déploie un temps narratif.
2. Sa réputation d‘investisseur âpre au gain se confirmera rapidement.
3. Sans maquillage, son visage âpre a une coloration tendre.
4. Forte opposition Mais la bataille s‘annonce aussi âpre qu‘il y a dix ans.
5. La lutte s‘annonce âpre entre Londres et Paris, les deux favoris.