Noun(1) nonelective government officials(2) a government that is administered primarily by bureaus that are staffed with nonelective officials(3) any organization in which action is obstructed by insistence on unnecessary procedures and red tape
(1) Centralised student unions work best when freed from this unnecessary level of bureaucracy .(2) Three critical experiences of BC workers exemplify the role of the union bureaucracy and the NDP.(3) Some were continued, largely because there were so many elements within the Baath Party bureaucracy with a vested interest in these expenditures.(4) Creating laws that insist on transparency will also create a huge amount of paperwork, administration and bureaucracy and enforcement costs.(5) Labour regulation and bureaucracy would be swept away.(6) More than 3,600 staff will be given the chance to influence the way the trust is run by pointing out the unnecessary rules, paperwork and bureaucracy which slow them down.(7) He created a multi-layered bureaucracy between him and the people who worked on the trains, as well as the traveling public.(8) He believed in the benefits to be gained from freeing people from the shackles of bureaucracy and excessive regulation.(9) They waste vast slabs of the country's labour-force on bureaucracy and paperwork and so make the country poorer.(10) He is coping with local government bureaucracy and finds the system not very frustrating.(11) Dragged down by the increased workload and snowed under by excessive bureaucracy , GPs feel no sense of involvement in the changes being made in the NHS.(12) When Yahoo bureaucracy rules, people die in the health services and the aged in nursing homes are victimised while benchmark payments are pocketed.(13) The same can be said about Attac's relations with the trade union bureaucracy , another important prop of the old social order.(14) Weber's most notable contribution, however, lay in identifying the importance of bureaucracy to modern politics.(15) Benn believed the Soviet system remained a positive force long after the workers' state of 1917 was replaced with the Stalinist bureaucracy .(16) In brushing aside the crimes of the Stalinist bureaucracy , the claim is made that the market economy in China will inevitably bring democracy.
1. civil service ::
2. red tape ::
3. bureaucratism ::
Different Formsbureaucracies, bureaucracy
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