politics

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politics

noun campaigning, civilis ratio, governance, government, matters of state, partisanism, party leadership, party politics, party system, political affairs, political influence, political involvement, political maneuvers, political methods, political partisanship, political process, pooitical strategy, public service, state affairs, statesmanship
Associated concepts: campaign financing laws, disclosure laws, election laws, lobbying laws, reporting laws
Foreign phrases: Politiae legibus non leges, politiis adappandae.Politics should be adapted to the laws, not the laws to politics.
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Perhaps the politicisation of everything does achieve something: the advancement of party members.
Kema Chikwe, which threaten to embark on a strike if the alleged politicisation of appointments is not discontinued.
But there has been a wave of criticism over the politicisation of the process by which these loans have been obtained, not least from the Minister of Finance who has offered his resignation over the issue.
Politicisation and institutional problems of structure, financing and regulation have created roadblocks that can only be removed through planned initiatives.
Ms Williams said: "The Welsh Liberal Democrats are not putting candidates up: we don't believe in politicisation of the police force.