"cronyism" French translation
The culture of cronyism and hiding behind collective decision-making has to come to an end.
We all know that is unbridled cronyism to get level of access to top jobs.
Publication helps to reduce ideological bias, arbitrariness, cronyism and dirty tricks.
The allegations are serious: financial irregularities, nepotism, cronyism and even fraud at the heart of the Commission.
Fourthly, recruitment procedures must be reformed to prevent made-to-measure competitions which make nepotism and cronyism all too easy.
Context sentences for "cronyism" in French
Cronyism can negate the benefits for local people.
The Santer Commission came to grief as a result of cronyism.
However, it is difficult to gauge whether cronyism or the wantok system permits oppressive discriminatory practices over children.
Admittedly they could have done more to improve regulations, bank supervision, to end political cronyism, and so on.
Above all, the proposed new type of pay system would entail reliance on managerial discretion and that could increase the risk of cronyism and favouritism.
Increasing concerns over alleged abuse of power, corruption and cronyism has contributed to instability and conflict and a failure to uphold human rights.
There were some very bad investments by the banks, a lot of cronyism in the banking system and a lot of corruption in the banking system.
A once stable economy has been damaged through decades of misguided economic policies, rampant corruption, cronyism, and disproportionate spending on the military.
The proposed decentralized system would make programme managers responsible for such matters and the staff were concerned that that might give rise to a new type of cronyism.
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