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Party leaders are hammering out a proposal for political reform.
They seem determined to press forward with their program of reform.
He tried to reform the party from within.
He advocates reform in university education.
He proposed a reform in the educational system.
He advocated to us that the changes be made.
He made great efforts to stop the reform as best he could.
Political reforms may ameliorate the living conditions of the poor.
The reform of both entrance examination system and curriculum makes slow progress.
Land reform caused a great change in the lives of the people.
The nation as a whole is in favor of political reform.
The pressure for tax reform is growing.
The government started tax reform.
The government has been reforming education.
The government undertook a drastic reform of parliament.
He promised political reforms would be put into practice.
A new broom sweeps clean.
The new government is expected to bring about a good number of administrative reforms.
The prime minister proposed administrative reforms.
The premier announced his intention to undertake drastic reforms in parliament.

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