corruptive


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tending to corrupt or pervert

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Similar kind of corruptive and inept tendencies have stalled the Zungeru Hydro power plant the Afam plant and the other power installation projects inherited by the Buhari government.
Paneerselvam had given a press statement where he said that the present Chief Minister is "totally filled with corruptive practice."
The Minister of Culture and Information said: "Following his meeting with Deputy Speaker of Parliament Claudia Roth and providing her with information that prove Qatar's involvement in supporting terrorism, she found in these similarities to Qatar's corruptive approach revealed through the use of money to buy consciences and falsification of facts in winning the bedding for the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
Alas, Boom's disappointing sermon delivers a lesson about the corruptive power of celebrity that we have heard many times before, and from more charismatic preachers.
Now with the rise of the 'indivisible' political protest movement, "Lobbycratic Governance" will prove to be an invaluable instructional guide for anyone seeking to wrest our political democracy from the corruptive influence and control of Big Money.
Aptly, this is a glaring corruptive case of misuse of position.
It's another case of power in the wrong hands - a corruptive, toxic, untenable mix that can lead to almighty delusions of grandeur, invulnerability and, ultimately, self-destruction.
The first is inter-ethnic relations, the question of recognizing so-called minorities, and the second is specific political cultures based on extensive clientelistic and corruptive networks.
The respondents, which include locals and expats, provide views about possible corruptive practices involving public officials in winning contracts.
Noting that such profits have a corruptive effect on the economy, Pamuk said: "For instance, your rival firm has close ties with the government, local administrations or the state bodies so it wins incentives and loans, as well as public tenders.
Unless we stop the electoral engineering which grants electoral victory to VMRO-DPMNE and BDI and unless their corruptive domination is not stopped, especially in the media, Gruevski will continue to peacefully walk down the villages and "help the citizens solve their problems" being sure that he will enjoy another term.
He added in a cable of condolences that he sent today to the Egyptian President Abdelfatah Al-Sisi that the terrorist attacks targeting the Egyptian army are considered "Among most furious crimes in Islam for their aggressive and corruptive aims, violating security and stability of countries, and attacking the lives of innocent people".
Moreover, and as maintained by Ayatollah Khamenei, all Muslims should stay vigilant against the corruptive incitements of foreign defeatists.
Moomins On The Riviera is a cautionary tale about the corruptive power of greed and jealousy, which takes a few gentle sideswipes at the cult of celebrity and the inflated price of modern art.
To rescue her son, she must not only navigate horrific perils, but also find a way to fight back against the corrosive Fox Faerie, whose corruptive magic threatens to eradicate human civilization.