misgovernance

misgovernance

(ˌmɪsˈɡʌvənəns)
n
misgovernment, mismanagement, or misconduct
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'If he succeeds in fooling the leadership of his party and the delegates, we are confident that he cannot fool Kogi electorate who are victims of his monumental misgovernance.'
Pakistan needs to learn from economist Angus Deaton on how other countries progressed and bade farewell to poverty and misgovernance. The rules of the game have been consistent for all competitors.
If PTI government succeeds to empower the economy and to facilitate the poor by controlling inflation then it will be laudable democratic era after many harsh lashes of misgovernance. I pray for Pakistan and its economy.
They have given nothing but misgovernance to the public when they were in power.
Speaking at launching ceremony of Khosa's third book, titled 'inconvenient turths', they were outspoken in their remarks about misgovernance, maladministration, with ex-FIA chief narrating various events, IG Sindh remarked that political expediency, and interference in policing which is extremely difficult job, need undivided focus to set things right, and help the people to breath in peaceful environment.
Tainted by allegations of corruption and misgovernance, and often accused of toeing the establishment line because of political compulsions, there is a need for introspection and corrective action to regain lost ground.
Furthermore Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Wednesday that last ten years of Balochistan were a classic example of misgovernance by the provincial governments.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain has said that last ten years of Balochistan is an example of misgovernance by the provincial governments.
ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain says last 10 years of Balochistan is an example of misgovernance by the provincial Governments.
It is true that years of misgovernance and nepotism have left hollow shells of once robust state institutions, including State Bank of Pakistan, Federal Board of Revenue, and the related ministries of Finance, Planning, Commerce and Statistics.
Another paradox is how a prime minister who prides himself on effective governance has, through his silence, appeared to condone the worst aspects of misgovernance - communal riots, lynchings, the violence of gau-rakshaks and so on.
He said that the some political parties in the centre had no consensus over vital issues which perpetuated the problem of misgovernance.