bureaucrat


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ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday lashed out at certain bureaucrats in Punjab and at the federal level for allegedly having a corruption nexus with the ruling Sharif family and said they were now raising a hue and cry fearing they might get exposed following the arrest of their colleague Ahad Cheema by the National Accountability Bureau.
Indeed, a small but growing number of bureaucrats also have an MBA degree.
to do fieldwork; Chapter Three discusses how bureaucrats engaged in reinventing the MS and how the neoliberalism as a political rationality put the program "in line with contemporary political ideologies"(p.
The primary objective of the bureaucrat (3) is to provide public service without political alignment, bias, preference, or interference.
What gave American government bureaucrats the idea they could dispense dangerous drugs without telling someone isn't hard to fathom.
It's tempting to look for reflections of Mikaberidze's movie in films that came later, especially Tomas Gutierrez Alea's great Cuban satire Death of a Bureaucrat (1966) and Terry Gilliam's dark dystopia Brazil (1985), both of which echo My Grandmother's mix of slapstick, surrealism, and anti-bureaucratic invective.
Not only are retiring politicians likely to want to bequeath their koenkai to a son or family member, but the koenkai itself tends to be more comfortable with a hereditary successor, who is typically someone who has spent much time over the years with the koenkai, rather than someone new who was selected by the party, such as a retiring bureaucrat.
The bureaucrat said that if I looked at the bottom of each medical record I'd see that they belonged to the Minister of Health.
Corruption occurs when a bureaucrat demands a bribe from a private agent in return for the permit.
Scholars (Hubbell 1991; Terry 1997) argue that Reagan used federal bureaucrats as symbols for the problems that existed in society and as a foil for the average hardworking American: The tyrannical or incompetent "bureaucrat" makes decisions that could best be made by individuals and are not in the best interest of most Americans.
A senior Thai Foreign Ministry official said he is aware of the squabbles within the Japanese Foreign Ministry that led to the abrupt dismissal of Foreign Minister Makiko Tanaka and the top Japanese Foreign Ministry bureaucrat on Tuesday.
Another elite bureaucrat at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) will quit Friday to join Suzuki Motor Corp.
Arguing the other side in the Fox piece was not an Energy bureaucrat, but a representative of the washing machine industry.
He revealed encyclopedic knowledge of every politician of every party in the parliament, young and old, as well as personal knowledge of every important bureaucrat across virtually every ministry and agency.
When a bureaucrat falls from the perch, though, it's front page.