political corruption

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See: graft
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They are further alleged misappropriation of public money through lavish expenditures, misuse of authority in illegal appointments and tempering tenders against KPPRA Rules.
The NAB claimed that some EZDMC officials were involved in misappropriation of public money through lavish expenditures, misuse of authority in illegal appointments and tender tamperingagainst the KPPRA rules.
Poor moral and religious education and the corruption of concepts that led to the misappropriation of public money.
The integration of some ministers of Ben Ali in the list of those affected by the confiscation is a form of abuse to the extent that the latter should not be deprived of the fruits of their labor for years for political reasons by excellence unless financial corruption, bribes or misappropriation of public money have been proven.
Smiley says she engaged in misappropriation of public money of the Lancaster co-ed softball league, did not turn over all of the revenues to the town treasurer, failed to disclose how the money was spent and did not get the consent of the town to disburse any of that money.
Other proposals focused on increasing the involvement of Saudi men and women in the country's decision-making process and enacting a law to fight crimes related to misappropriation of public money and misuse of power.
The agency also has been accused of shredding public records that may have revealed alleged misappropriation of public money.
Dr Hareb Al Amimi, head of the State Audit Institution (SAI), said audits conducted last year revealed officials of certain government bodies were found to be involved in misappropriation of public money or aiding others to do so.
There is every reason to suspect misappropriation of public money here.
According to Araki's office, Amaki defamed the lawmaker when he wrote in ''Saraba Gaimusho'' (Farewell, Foreign Ministry) that Araki, then senior vice foreign minister, had ''covered the truth and passed over it in silence'' in 2001 when looking into alleged misappropriation of public money at the Japanese Embassy in Australia.
She remarked that neither in the SC verdict nor in the report of the JIT a single case of corruption or misappropriation of public money by Nawaz Sharif during his stints in power as Prime Minister and Chief Minister of Punjab had been pointed out or identified.