politicising

Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of politicise.

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Examples

  • A government which has revelled in politicising the civil service can hardly complain about civil servants who seek to defend themselves and their reputation.

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  • A government which has revelled in politicising the civil service can hardly complain about civil servants who seek to defend themselves and their reputation.

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  • If people detest the idea of politicising the COI, then political advisers are going to be a necessary part of government, being that they are the only people allowed to give advice on, and communicate party policy.

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  • Nixon Nyikadzino of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition said his group was concerned about the ruling party's "politicising" food aid in the build-up to elections "and the militarisation of the elections" by allowing soldiers in the polling booths.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Despite the fact that 80 percent of the cases over the past two decades have been cracked, the habit of "politicising" the incident with a view to gaining mileage has not left us.

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  • The Arab League warned against "politicising" the ICC, with spokesman Hisham Yussef telling reporters that that Secretary-General Amr Moussa was in consultation with Arab and African foreign ministers over the issue.

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  • Can you imagine the flak he'd get for 'politicising' this problem?

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  • The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) has accused the IFP of "politicising" education.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Party (NP) for "politicising" the investigation into the underweight maize bags issue.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Raising labour standards in the WTO risked "politicising" the issue,

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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