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n 1. the art and science of governance, particularly in a democracy or collegial body.
2. the interpersonal relationships noted within group interactions such as can occur in a dental office or clinic.
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They answered the question: "Which politicians or politicians in Slovakia do you trust most?
As a small-time politician, I have already earned a lot of derogatory labels.
Perhaps, politicians have not felt the need to be different, to be servants of the people to serve the people and to respect the trust of their votes.
Bay politicians should understand that incessant demands for more AMs following the recent 17.
The veteran political leader advised politicians to tread carefully and claimed that he had never embezzled a single penny while serving as an MNA and minister.
When a politician turns on professional people and points a finger at their integrity it really raises my hackles.
MALITA -- The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has intensified its campaign against epal, or attention-grabbing, politicians, who take credit for nationally funded government projects, especially during the election season.
Interestingly there is no dearth of attention-seeking politicians in almost all the Asian countries but we fail to see any statesman in the crowd.
Most agreed that politicians were corrupt and unreliable, the system was nepotistic and politicians did not contribute to society at large.
Too many programmes portray politicians as "venal, idiotic or evil," she says.
Therefore each politician has been asked to give their opinion about how he feels when an administrator refuses to meet the demands and proposals.
Of the Central European countries--Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic all but the Czech Republic are seeing the rise of politicians who combine "right-wing" attitudes toward public and private morality with "left-wing" ideas about economics.