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Both parties believe freedom of speech is a privelge, and not a right. Both parties believe that violence is justified to enforce their ideals on others. Both parties want an economic system that would ruin the country. Both parties are hypocrites, playing the victim card, while they accuse others of playing it.
samerrustomWhy did he use "both parties" instead of "both sides"?both parties ~ both people / both groups of peoplesamerrustomMy analysis is parties for human beings and sides for anything else?No. Actually people can take sides or be on one side or another of a question, but "parties" is better in this sentence.
Both parties boast similar positions on trade, with neither platform embracing outright protectionism or unconditional free trade. The Democratic platform calls for reviewing and updating existing trade deals, and states the party will oppose agreements “that do not support good American jobs, raise wages, and improve our national security.”
Both your options are correct. "both the parties" is short for "both of the parties" and is completely acceptable. On the other hand, the seems to be extraneous and hence, can be removed altogether, just leaving us with "both parties".
The difference lies in whether both parties can report or not. (a) implies that only one party will report (although "either party shall report to us the new discovery" sounds more natural and is the one that I have heard used, whereas I have never heard the addition of "of both" to the statement).
Can result from the strongly divergent needs of the two parties or from misperceptions and misunderstandings. Can occur when two parties are working toward the same goal and generally want the same outcome or when both parties want very different outcomes. Negotiation can play a big role in resolving it effectively.