personality cult


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personality cult

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) deliberately cultivated adulation of a person, esp a political leader
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personality cult

nPersonenkult m

personality cult

nculto della personalità
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The lack of participatory political culture and continuity of personality cult in the leading political parties of the country negatively contribute in functioning of the political parties.
Imran loathes Trump but it is "hard not to compare the two", the journalist wrote, adding: "Khan, like Trump, emerged from the moneyed elite, riding high on a personality cult, purporting to be the voice of every forgotten man, railing against effete liberals and the corruption and nepotism of the political class.
Imran loathes Trump but it is 'hard not to compare the two', the journalist wrote, adding: 'Khan, like Trump, emerged from the moneyed elite, riding high on a personality cult, purporting to be the voice of every forgotten man, railing against effete liberals and the corruption and nepotism of the political class.
2014 where she was responsible for creating a personality cult surrounding her brother.
His fans have proved their determination to vote, while boxing has had only one winner since the turn of the century, and that was Joe Calzaghe, who had a strong personality cult.
And we can't spend time trying to convince the inconvincible who make up a personality cult of this president who plays on bigotry.
In the General Election campaign his persona was to the fore, and party sought to create something a personality cult around him at beginning of the campaign, when they thought Jeremy Corbyn was vote loser.
She has done that, also building a personality cult around her, really taming her troops, starting with her own niece, Marion Marechal-Le Pen, who is certainly the woman to watch in the coming years, and she has managed to actually impose the traditional themes of contemporary populism in the French national debate.
Instead of empowering the PNP's internal mechanisms and instituting a culture of real discipline in the organization rather than a personality cult, he is ready to let one armed group wage war on another.
It is to be viewed in the wider context of a personality cult being thrust upon people.
Similarly, every person should be fully aware of its own negative personality cult so that he could make conscious efforts to overcome it.
A brief mention of another personality cult will possibly offer some clues.

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