misgovernance

misgovernance

(ˌmɪsˈɡʌvənəns)
n
misgovernment, mismanagement, or misconduct
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Commentators have noted that widespread misgovernance and corruption in Iraq, particularly during the sectarian regime of former Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki, had discredited the government and debilitated the armed forces, and thus facilitated the spread of Daesh.
In Karnataka, Congress misgovernance killed 24 BJP workers.
Once again, the national government has fallen into the error and folly of deciding what the residents need, instead of the residents deciding what they need-a culprit in misgovernance.
Alternative parties like the AIUDF, the AAP have grown because of the misgovernance of big parties," Ajmal said.
Mr Reddy said there were no absolutes in governance and there was misgovernance in every system [of the world].
No economic system is flawless; there is misgovernance in every system in the world,' said Reddy.
It is obvious that since the hoodlums and their paymasters could not controvert the facts and kernel of our press conference which centred on the unmitigated misgovernance of Kogi State, rather than tow the path of moral rectitude, they have resorted to crude intimidation of elders old enough to be their fathers and grandfathers,' the statement added.
It is time the people pay back the Congress government for all its misgovernance,"Modi said.
Expressing disappointment over the state of misgovernance in the State, Dr.
Dhinakaran accused the state government of trying to use "the doubts over Amma's (Jayalalithaa) death" to "divert" the attention from its misgovernance.
The Minister said all the stakeholders in sports have to bring professionalism, responsibility and accountability for promotion of sports in the country and the government will have zero tolerance towards misgovernance in sports bodies in different disciplines.
Another reason for board misgovernance is the lack of definition of 'degree of freedom.