arrivism


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arrivism

1. the state of having recently achieved wealth or position, especially by unscrupulous or unethical means.
2. behavior typical of arrivism. — arriviste, n., adj.
See also: Behavior
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The difference between the two factions is that while the "seniors" want to maintain the identity of the party as the carrier of transformation, the "juniors" seem inclined to political arrivism, are largely insensitive to corruption and drift toward the "Muslim Brotherhood" type of activist Islamism.
The cynicism and arrivism are now at such despicable levels that these "defectors" from the democratization process do not hesitate to attack the liberals -- of left and right -- with the same arguments that the representatives of the "old order" have been using all along.
The plus side of the magnet has been staunchly pulling in selected forces -- mainly stemming from Milli GE[micro]rE-E- (National View) -- which have warmed thoroughly to the sense of comformism and arrivism.