nonpolitician

nonpolitician

(ˌnɒnˌpɒlɪˈtɪʃən)
n
a person who is not a politician
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Ironically, it took a billionaire nonpolitician to articulate the grievances and aspirations of many ordinary Americans.
I felt a nonpolitician would make a preferable choice for president rather than the same old questionable politicians.
Synopsis: Republicans who support Donald Trump as their party's nominee are most likely to cite his status as a nonpolitician as their reason for doing so, along with his business background and that he "speaks his mind.
The objective of this study is to quantify, at the highest level of US government policy making, how often politicians compared to nonpolitician, experts in health policy cite underlying sources when publishing opinions about policy in scholarly medical journals.
While Morimoto's competence was not questioned, there are protests within and outside the DPJ over choosing a nonpolitician to lead the Self-Defense Forces.
THE writer and broadcaster is the only nonpolitician on the panel.
Previously such involvement in this process had been almost impossible for nonpolitician and nonelite people in the Thai context (Wasi, 2000).
The Democrat-dominated Maryland legislature fears mayhem if the state's nonpolitician, noncelebrity citizens are afforded this basic right of self-defense.
There was never more than one of these nonpolitician former bureaucrats in the cabinet at one time.
It remains unknown which portfolio will be assumed by Kawaguchi, the second nonpolitician in the cabinet following Economic Planning Agency chief Taichi Sakaiya.
I think it will take a nonpolitician to break the logjam.