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Above all, the federation option has not dispelled the doubts about the capacity and integrity of the weak Yemeni state to have a positive presence in areas where it is accused of neglect or misgovernment.
have shed and continue to shed, more light on the public and business affairs of the nation than any other instrumentality of publicity; and since informed public opinion is the most potent of all restraints upon misgovernment, the suppression or abridgement of the publicity afforded by a free press cannot be regarded otherwise than with grave concern.
In this context, Jasper's references to Nebuchadnezzar's idolatry and doom, to the trials of the "burning fiery furnace," and to the millennial Fifth Monarchy had the immediate purpose of rallying and orienting the faithful as well as the overall aim of emphasizing Christ's supremacy over human misgovernment.
They augur misgovernment at a distance and snuff the approach of tyranny in every tainted breeze.
Hirokazu Nakaima, who until 2009 approved of relocating the Futenma base to the Henoko district in Nago in the prefecture, changed his stance to calling for ''relocating the base outside the prefecture,'' because of the DPJ-led administration's misgovernment and lack of policy over the issue.
These wounds as the afflictions of poverty and misgovernment are capable of remedy.
A growing majority of us has responded to the stale theatrics of Republican and Democratic misgovernment by making a rational choice: We ignore politics most of the time and instead pursue happiness.
The church expressed its concern that his "family suffered under a scandalous misgovernment.
Misgovernment, corruption, poverty and hunger, and absence of rule of law are deeply rooted in our sample of nations.
Scarcely any one knows the precise government of any one; in no case has that government been described on authority; and the fall of one by grave misgovernment would be taken to show that the others might easily be misgoverned also.
In recent years, Islamic fundamentalist groups have been effective in marshaling public anger over misgovernment.
The reformists have largely ignored the political opportunities created by liberal governance, even though liberal misgovernment is the primary contributor to conservative political success since World War II.