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lobbying

Attempting to shape legislation, influence legislators, or mold public opinion.
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In this study, we focus on PR in relationship to lobbyism, politics and democracy.
Additionally UEFA governs soccer in Europe, developing programs, law, lobbyism etc.
Cet organisme entend etre << la >> voix des geosciences au Canada en concentrant ses efforts en trois directions, soit : la defragrnentation du secteur sciences de la Terre, la sensibilisation (niveau fin secondaire et grand public), le lobbyism (influence aupres des instances decisionnelles).
(43) Akgonul, Samim, "The Armenian Community of France and Turkey: Propaganda and Lobbyism" , Review of Armenian Studies, Vol.
Lobbyism is an example of purposeful encroachment onto a CZ with the aim to alter the other party's primary goals.
In Indonesia, however, the role of external donations is no longer limited to the usual lobbyism and influence-seeking by interested donors.
This was one of Kornelia Ninova's arguments for the BSP proposal to leave the National Assembly: "Instead of making real laws to improve the lives of Bulgarian citizens, a heavy lobbyism is made ...
According to him, trade unions should be a driving force in modernizing the industries, improving working conditions, increasing the state's capabilities, in particular in terms of providing own resources, creating start-ups and industrial parks, providing reasonable lobbyism for the national producer, first of all with significant added value, as well as solving social issues - including issues of tariff formation on the ground.