nonaccountable

nonaccountable

(ˌnɒnəˈkaʊntəbəl)
adj
not accountable
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But of course: Chinese workers come from a country where labor unions and the right to strike are banned, where workers cannot organize themselves, where the government is authoritarian, harsh on dissenters, and nonaccountable to its citizens.
The Comelec said new and additional ballots, accountable and nonaccountable forms will also be printed for those who registered from November 6, 2017 to November 30, 2017.
Why should physicians subject themselves to a long list of price controls, mandates, fines, and indirect taxes on time and talent, written by nonaccountable strangers and passed into law by elected officials who understand neither the law nor the logistics in running a medical practice?
Now we have another US president, Obama, coming to tell us that we must stay in Europe and be subjected to the undemocratic, unelected, authoritarian, nonaccountable control of the EU!
Therefore, it would appear to operate from, and further disseminate through, ever more invisible and nonaccountable social powers (page 79).
A company expense plan judged to be nonaccountable, on the other hand, won't be as welcome.
However, if the arrangement fails any of the three requirements, the arrangement is treated as a nonaccountable plan.
In a week when Prince William married Kate, my mind has been meandering from the nonaccountable European Central Bank to reflection on the animated chatter about the life of princes.
and nonaccountable. Dignity, freedom, and individual autonomy are
Ultimately, the costs of regulation, In this case costs imposed by a nonaccountable trade association, are born by insurance consumers," he said.
A nonaccountable plan is one that either (a) does not require the employee to adequately account to the employer, or (b) allows the employee to keep excess reimbursements.