n réforme f
→ the task of carrying through the necessary reforms
→ The Socialists introduced fairly radical reforms.
He called for the reform of the divorce laws. Il a appelé à la réforme des lois sur le divorce.
economic reform réforme économique
→ The party embarked on a programme of economic reform.
constitutional reform réforme constitutionnelle
→ The ruling party intends to push through its ideas on constitutional reform.
electoral reform réforme électorale
→ campaigners for electoral reform
[+law, system] réformer
→ his proposals for reforming the legal system
[+band, organization] reformer
→ The 40-year-old singer reformed his band.
→ James promised to reform.
[group, organization] se reformer
→ The official trades union council voted to disband itself and reform as a confederation.
[bill] de réforme
[programme] de réformes
[legislation] réformateur (-trice)
[campaign] de réformes
[group, movement] réformateur (-trice) a reform package un train de réformes
n réforme f agraire
→ ... the new land reform policy under which thousands of peasant families are to be resettled.