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What is the correct way of saying the following?

The decision has been made in my side.

We request the people that the decision be made on our side.

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"in one's favor"

"In one's favor" is the existing idiom to communicate what it is you're trying to say. That would make your sentence:

"The decision has been made in my favor."

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"We request that the decision be made in our favor."

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  • I don't think it's got that far. The OP is asking how to write the given sentence idiomatically. – marcellothearcane Aug 28 '19 at 17:51
  • @marcellothearcane If the OP wants a correct or idiomatic version of the given sentence that does not change the word side, then the OP should brace for disappointment. – Anton Sherwood Sep 27 '19 at 21:59
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For "the decision has been made in my side" I would simply say: "I decided" or "we decided" - if it is not only you but a group of people. For the second quote: "We request the people that the decision be made on our side." I would say something like: "We request the people to let us decide." or "We request the people to let us make the decision."

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