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  • establishment
  • Other possible reforms include real-time disclosure of all political donations, which is already in effect in Queensland, and the establishment of a federal anti-corruption commission, also already in existence at the state level. (croakey.org)
  • Population
  • Even under the Soviet system, the average Russian's diet was classified as deficient, so the population now shows the cumulative effects of earlier living conditions as well as current limitations. (photius.com)
  • view
  • In view of these complaints, it is worth while to examine the cases of alleged injury to health and of mortality charged against the Irish prison system, with especial reference to the Irish Fenian prisoners. (libraryireland.com)
  • ethical
  • The findings raise complex ethical questions about the way our criminal justice systems punishes criminals in their late teens and early 20s. (bigthink.com)
  • These are the connection between biological ethical quality and political structures or techniques and the subject of the structure of basic leadership and dissemination of data in political frameworks. (coursehero.com)
  • citizens
  • So far, however, the changes proposed by political commentators, academics and think tanks are largely single reforms, such as citizens' juries to seek more public input into policy, or fixed four-year terms for federal parliament to allow more time to tackle big problems and implement complex policy. (croakey.org)
  • Politics
  • A profoundly interesting book, addressing the crisis of contemporary politics with a depth of insight and a breadth of vision sadly lacking in most of our current `political' writing. (wiley.com)
  • The author offers a challenging and wide-ranging analysis of the crisis of contemporary politics showing that problems which were thought to be peculiar to the Left are now spreading to the whole political system. (wiley.com)
  • But, as the ongoing circus that is Australian politics reminds us, acting upstream for public health also requires a concerted focus on reforming unhealthy political systems. (croakey.org)
  • Book
  • Laying out all the details of this sitation would require more space than is available here, but for those that read Danish, Peter Skeel Hjort's book 'Besat af wind' (Obsessed by the wind) provides a harrowing look into of the industry and the political system. (windturbinesyndrome.com)
  • power
  • I'm not qualified to speak about corruption in general, but there is one area in which I do have an in-depth knowledge: wind power, which is an industry that has managed to thoroughly corrupt the political system. (windturbinesyndrome.com)
  • British Library EThOS: The Contraloria General de la Republica in the Chilean political system: a case study in the control and scrutiny of executive power. (bl.uk)
  • early
  • The decision to use nuclear weapons can only be made if our early warning system not only detects a missile launch but clearly forecasts its flight path and the time when warheads reach the Russian territory," he said. (courthousenews.com)
  • Vote
  • At the party's sixth National Congress, held in April and May of 1994, a two-tier primary system was initiated under which ordinary members of the DPP voted for candidates in one primary election and party cadres vote in a second primary. (nationsencyclopedia.com)
  • Issues
  • He recognizes that natives feel underestimated and surveys the fundamental issues of self-govern and the consistently moving nature of the political environment. (coursehero.com)
  • President
  • MOSCOW (AP) - Russia's President Vladimir Putin had more words of praise for U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday, but added that he was sorely disappointed with the U.S. political system, saying that it has been "eating itself up. (courthousenews.com)