This election is to defeat dynasticism
, casteism, communalism and corruption so that India's democracy can be infused with greater strength."
Shah said that the Opposition is encouraging politics of casteism, appeasement and dynasticism
while the Modi government believes in the politics of "performance".
His support for the victorious 'No' vote in the November 2005 referendum enabled him to ride the ODM wave, eclipse 'dynasticism
', and to rise to the helm of Kalenjin power in the post-Moi Rift Valley.
Ruling Pakistan is not a family business to be handed down automatically from generation to generation and we, as ordinary citizens, have been far too complacent with dynasticism
and its consistent prevalence over our governance.
I cannot begin to express my disappointment and anger, my heartbrokenness at the exhibition of dictatorship, narcissism, favouritism, lack of democratic spirit, and dynasticism
by the PMLN, looking at its list of candidates on reserved seats.
Reducing the centrality in public life accorded to the paterfamilias by aristocracy and dynasticism
, bourgeois republican thinkers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries would find it difficult to harness the patriarchal allegory of sovereignty to their political project.
A two-party political system copied from the United States degenerated into a dictatorship in the mid-1970s, and after the 1986 People Power Revolution further deteriorated into political dynasticism
and 'balimbing' opportunism.
Most importantly, it has made a mockery of democracy as it has put in place a civilian autocracy where merit has been replaced by dynasticism
, Mazari asserted.
The nature of the malady may vary from one to the other-- from corruption and inefficiency to communalism, dynasticism
and criminalisation, there is the whole gamut of ills to take your pick from-- but all parties are almost equally compromised by the power game, willing to go to any lengths to win power or retain it.
and apanage politics; Jacques de Savoie-Nemours, 1531-1585.
(1) On the impact of the concept of two Ivans on various interpretations of Ivan IV's reign, see Sergei Bogatyrev, "Micro-Periodization and Dynasticism
: Was There a Divide in the Reign of Ivan the Terrible?" Slavic Review 69, 2 (2010): 398-409.
Brady concludes, "territorial dynasticism
and imperial universalism were not opposed but complementary tendencies and motives.