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Prime Minister Robert Fico of the governing Smer party was runner-up on the list of most trustworthy politicians with 23 percent, followed by the Speaker of Parliament Andrej Danko of the coalition Slovak National Party (SNS) on 14.
Pakistan has many examples of violation of rules of political ethics by different politicians; for example, words like 'thief', 'dacoit' are utilized by Imran in his speeches, which do not commensurate with the status of a politician as Imran Khan.
All these journalists-cum-politicians forget that only a politician has the temperament to bear derogatory and undignified labels.
being caught and eaten up by a cat (meaning a fraudulent politician, party head or a leader in government?
Not so long ago, we were represented in our constituencies by just one national politician, an MP.
Multan -- Senior politician Makhdoom Javed Hashmi has stated that conspiracies had reached their peak in the country as the common people of the country only need justice and rights.
Let me tell you Mr Hunt, and any politician who is listening, I would trust the doctors over any politician any day, anytime.
No single politician should take credit for government projects, he said of the department order that Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson issued in February 2013.
Unlike a statesman, a politician changes his views to appease his electorate.
Almost 78 per cent also thought that politicians did not do enough for the young and nearly one in four said that having a close relative as a politician would be awkward or make them feel bad.
It's the electoral version of the Epimenides paradox: If all politicians are liars, and the person saying so is also a politician, then he too must be a liar.
PLEA: Jacqui Smith SHE is the Midland politician whose expenses claims helped kick off a major national scandal.
The relationship between the politicians and the administrators tends to move toward a collision course in a situation where the politician is keen to help his supporters and constituency members by disregarding bureaucratic rules and regulations.
We will know that liberals have succeeded in Central Europe when that kind of performance by a politician is standard rather than extraordinary.
Schwarzenegger is hardly the first politician to blur the line between government and campaign business, or to lean heavily on private contributors to bridge the interaction between the two.