Anyway, if the alleged corruption and cronyism
is Fifa is so bad, why haven't other organisations sprung up to compete with it?
She said Nawaz Sharif had so far not been able to rise above cronyism
and use of money to buy influence.
The Tipperary TD also dismissed claims of cronyism
after he passed a note to Enda Kenny urging him to re-appoint Valerie O'Reilly to a position on the National Transport Authority Board.
Indeed, their candidate -UKIP's General Secretary - has been parachuted into the North East from Sheffield in an act of sheer cronyism
Successive post-Saddam governments have all failed to properly solve the issue of sectarian quotas and cronyism
, so why should Iraqis believe this latest move by Abadi will adequately address the problem?
This smacks at cronyism
of the first order and confirms we are not a one-nation society but the establishment still rules.
She sparked a cronyism
row after claims priority access was given to festival bosses in a meeting set up by Alex Salmond's former spin doctor Jennifer Dempsie.
What he did not foresee were allegations of cronyism
after it emerged that a number of the 120-strong delegation he flew out to Beijing included his stepfather-in-law Viscount Astor, a neighbour, a former aide and a Tory party donor.
The crisis has exposed a culture of poor management and cronyism
in an economy around 50% controlled by the state.
This potential lays the foundation for cronyism
because people have an incentive to seek government favors and to protect themselves from regulations or expenditures that will put them at a competitive disadvantage.
Police commissioners in England have been accused of cronyism
over their decisions to appoint friends, ex-colleagues and contacts as deputies on salaries of up to PS65,000.
He lost me, however, when he called out the School Department for being "rife with patronage and cronyism
and a haven for overpaid administrators and staff at the Durkin Administration Building.