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    committed to social inclusion

    Can you tell me the meaning of "commited to social inclusion" in this sentence :
    friend ship has political downsides for goverment commited to social inclusion .

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    Re: committed to social inclusion

    If you Google "social inclusion" you will get many hits that deal with this subject. However, the sentence as a whole makes little sense to me. I don't understand how "friendship" (one word) would be a downside.

    Don't put a space before colon.
    Capitalize the first word in a sentence.
    Don't put a space before a period/full stop.

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