from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Faulty, inefficient or improper management or administration, especially by a government body.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Bad administration; bad management of any business, especially of public affairs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Faulty management of affairs; vicious or defective conduct in the performance of official duties, particularly of executive and ministerial duties prescribed by law. Formerly maleadministration.
This maladministration is all about propaganda, from the military office dedicated to producing such, to Walter Williams and Maggie Gallagher, paid to write such, to the faux "newscasts" produced by the maladministration and pawned off on TV stations as supposed straight news stories.
It congratulated pupils for persevering despite hardships such as the late arrival of text books, a lack of basic teaching aids, and what it described as maladministration by the KwaZulu-Natal education department.
The National Party in the Eastern Cape on Thursday slammed what it termed maladministration in the Eastern Cape provincial and said the provincial government was "teetering on the brink of total collapse".
Gauteng DP leader Peter Leon called for the commission to investigate what he termed maladministration and incompetence in the department, which is headed by Jessie Duarte.
More Intel Cites Human Rights In EU Fight On Antitrust Intel Fine Jolts Tech Sector In the as-yet-unpublished report, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Diamandouros said the commission committed "maladministration" by not recording in the case file a formal account of an August 2006 meeting between commission investigators and a senior Dell Inc. executive who was providing evidence in the case.
Mike Pence, R-IN, choose to use his time to prop up the credentials of Steven Presser, presumably to reinforce Presser's legal opinions as law, Pence, "fascinated with [Presser's] analysis," also lauded Madison and Mason at length, noting the founding fathers 'rejected "maladministration" as an impeachable offense because we couldn't have presidents impeached over policy issues.
He apparently said that he had just been given the best premier in the land award as well as eight Golden Arrow bus awards and did not countenance language such as maladministration, mismanagement and corruption in his administration.
One organisation has produced an index on corruption, and in the process has strung together all sorts of allegations, confusing corruption with other vaguely-defined activities such as maladministration, abuse of power and nepotism, so as to give the maximum impression of generalised wrong-doing - and, of course, placing a huge, notional price tag on it all.
They started out with "maladministration," and Madison said that's too vague.
They rejected a proposal that the President be impeachable for "maladministration," for, as James Madison pointed out, such a standard would "be equivalent to a tenure during the pleasure of the Senate."
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