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- n. Alternative spelling of centralization.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as centralization.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. See centralization, etc.
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- n. the act of consolidating power under a central control
- n. gathering to a center
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Generously, one can conclude that this wrong approach is responsible for: misguided references to so-called centralisation of power in the state Presidency (when COSATU has called for a stronger Presidency to ensure implementation of AsgiSA), a misreading of the ANC constitution about the roles of the President and the Secretary-General and, to some extent, a presumed orchestrated marginalisation of Parliament.
Congregation of Cluny was based upon the idea of centralisation; unlike the Abbot of the ordinary Benedictine monastery, who was concerned with the affairs of a single house, the Abbot of Cluny presided over a number of monasteries, each of which was entrusted only to a Prior.
"They reveal an obsession with centralisation which is in direct conflict with the prescriptions of the new constitution," Mr
"I've posed this question to ANC structures, asking what this so-called centralisation of power was, and what its manifestations were.
Although the new body will not replace local boards, yesterday's move prompted criticism from opposition politicians over the "centralisation" of policing.
He added that "centralisation" of policing is a "bad idea", and said it is clear the government wants to make local police boards redundant or abolish them altogether.
A provincial election head blames "centralisation" for a shortage of ballot papers and boxes, and wants provinces to take control of the process in future.
But the move prompted opposition criticism over "centralisation" of policing in Scotland.
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Africa is littered with countries where rebel movements have taken power only to rule as if they were still in the bush: through centralisation, patronage and an iron fist.