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Nawaz Sharif's second disqualification by the Supreme Court of Pakistan explains how parliamentarians have subverted the system to enable those who lack honesty, integrity, moral courage and transparency to rule the country through remote control.
Rab said, lack honesty, morality and we have forgotten the rights of neighbours and the poor.
Clarets boss Sean Dyche - a former Millwall player - will be well aware of the difficulty of the fixture and his players are unlikely to lack honesty.
If you lack honesty and integrity, people will stop believing you.
It was a low key start for McEnaney as about a thousand filed through the Pairc Tailteann turnstiles on a wet night and while the football wasn't pretty it didn't lack honesty or commitment.
Mr Jones said: "In Wales, we disestablished the church almost 100 years ago and I strongly contest the Archbishop's implication that the Welsh lack honesty, faithfulness, respect and love of neighbour.
We set our stall out, stopped them, frustrated them, got it right tactically and we didn't lack honesty.