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Synonyms for govern

Synonyms for govern

to have charge of (the affairs of others)

to exercise the authority of a sovereign

to keep the mechanical operation of (a device) within proper parameters

to exercise authority or influence over

Synonyms for govern

bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage

direct or strongly influence the behavior of

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I am interested in creating a system that promotes governability.
Continued political and governability risks that undermine policy making and dent confidence and growth prospects.
Sovereign ratings of Guatemala could experience downward pressure if (i) the political crisis evolves into an institutional and governability crisis, (ii) there is an erosion of the country's longstanding commitment to conservative fiscal management, or (iii) a deterioration in economic performance results in persistently higher debt ratios.
The Technical Committee proposed short-term goals centered on five strategic areas of action: (1) consolidation of governability, (2) conservation of natural and cultural resources, (3) valorization and management of natural and cultural resources, (4) strengthening citizen participation and (5) infrastructure development.
The EU remains committed to assist the Libyan people in finding political ways to solve the crisis and to ensure unity, governability and institution building for a future of peace and stability for all Libyans," she added.
Furthermore, a pattern of insecurity has evolved into a political crisis that, if not addressed effectively, threatens the governability of the country and the well-being of all Mexicans.
I would encourage and reinforce governability, the economy and the residents' ability to live in dignity and economic comfort.
The first scholarly attempt to rank a wide range of approaches to minimizing climate change in terms of their feasibility, cost-effectiveness, risk, public acceptance, governability and ethics.
However, the very high public sector debt levels imply that Italy will eventually be forced to undergo a period of fiscal consolidation over the next decade, which will likely have negative implications for the country's social fabric, regional and global standing and governability.
And while that's a positive development filled with high expectations, the bloodstained crackdown of the Brotherhood places Egypt's future democratic governability in question.
Lula, the Workers' Party and the governability dilemma in Brazil.
In France President Hollande's popularity is tanking while his grip on leftwing parliamentarians is eroding, threatening governability in the country.
The fear is that we may have a fragmented new parliament and strengthening of populist parties which could put the governability at risk," said Daniel Smilov, program director at the Center for Liberal Strategies, a Sofia-based think tank.
Pantaleon was consistently among the top five in seven areas of social responsibility: governability, staff, environment, providers, marketing, communities and public policies.