Politicians

Some articles on politicians, politician:

List Of Singapore-related Topics - Politics of Singapore - Singaporean Politicians
... Tang Fong Har See also Workers' Party (Singapore) politicians, #Labour Front (Singapore) politicians, #Labour Party (Singapore) politicians, #Singaporean Members of Parliament, #National Solidarity Party (Singapore ...
Howard Rich - Political Activism - Term Limits
... Rich posed the question "Who's in charge – the people or politicians?" He criticized political connections between political contributors and government contractors and wrote "When government ... He wrote "The longer politicians are in office, the more likely they are to rip us off for their own benefit – rewarding the donors who funded their campaigns ... He opposes career politicians generally ...
Mandi Bahauddin - Administration
... The politicians of District Mandi Bahauddin are playing a dynamic role in the national and provincial politics ... A veteran politician, Mr ... at large, sceptical towards the role of local politicians, for they believe that the politicians and the state machinery did not play the role they ought ...
List Of Kilkenny People - Politicians
... See also List of Irish politicians Liam Aylward (born September 1952) Jim Gibbons, Irish politician (1924–1997) Phil Hogan (born c1965) Robert Cane (1807 - August 17, 1858) John ...
List Of Vietnamese People - History and Politics - Revolutionaries, Politicians, and Statesmen (not Mentioned Above)
... Van Lam Hoang Van Chi, South Vietnamese politician who publicized the Nhan Van-Giai Pham affair in the North under Ho Chi Minh ...

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