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There are orators, politicians, and eloquent men, by the thousand; but the speaker has not yet opened his mouth to speak who is capable of settling the much-vexed questions of the day.
Brott was probably at that time the ablest politician of either party in the country.
No constitution in the world can offer so much to the politician who is strong enough and fearless enough.
Summary: Financial Prosecutor Judge Ali Ibrahim heard Monday from some Lebanese politicians charged with evading payment of their electricity bills.
Politicians who led us into more than a decade of disaster in Afghanistan must now be held to account: they lied, people died.
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.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court on Friday issued notices to 63 politicians, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, on a petition seeking directions for the politicians to bring their foreign assets back to Pakistan.
Reputation Maxx gives an overview of how online reputation management is vital for politicians in any position.
LAHORE -- Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Khalid Mehmood Khan here on Tuesday summoned 26 politicians including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, PTI chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) patron-in-chief and former president Asif Ali Zardar against a petition alleging them for money laundering.
Lahore: In a case seeking court's directive for politicians to bring their foreign assets back to Pakistan, the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday summoned 26 politicians including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, according to an Express News.
The Dartmouth-led study demonstrates for the first time that gendered cues uniquely predict female politicians' electoral success above and beyond competence, suggesting a discrepancy between traits used to evaluate male and female politicians.
Medvic (government, Franklin and Marshall College) presents a spirited defense of politicians from what he describes as the "democratic pride" of the electorate, as well as several "expectation traps" that put politicians in the impossible position of having to be "all things to all people.
POLLS on this month's presidential elections have focused on who people intend to vote, but a non-governmental organisation (NGO) asked people aged 35 or younger to agree or disagree with mostly disparaging views about politicians.
IT has been evident for some time in British politics that for politicians the Lower Chamber is like a public school.
SIR - What is the difference between people receiving benefits to survive and politicians who have their childcare, food, wine, spirits, beer, accommodation, gold plated pensions, golden handshake, travelling expenses, offices, heating, stationery and sundries paid by us?