I agree with Steve's definition of an interested party. In this context, that would
basically apply to people who's jobs directly or indirectly depend on a political
party's success. Politicians, fund raisers, a PR company that does most of its
business for a party, a business that receives billions in goernment contracts. WIki has
a nice article that covers most of this:
Joe Anderson <computerjoe.mailinglist(a)googlemail.com> wrote: IMO, taking the
interested party has a NPOV, it's fine.
For example, a member of the Democrat Party is an interested part in the
Democratic Party article, should they be able to edit it? Same goes for the
NGS and Wikipedia.
On 5/1/06, Steve Bennett wrote:
A vocal opponent is not an interested party. An
interested party is a
party with, well, an interest in the matter, like a shareholder,
employee etc. For Wikipedia purposes, you can pretty much consider
interested party to mean the party itself.
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