Endonezce'da body politic
It is increasingly a cancer in the body politic of the European Union.
Look how the earthquake of globalisation is shaking Europe's body politic.
That said, some elements within the body politic, such as the Chief Judiciary, do appear somewhat committed to the cause of reform.
The Hamas victory is, first and foremost, an indication of the total failure of the traditional Palestinian leadership to create a body politic.
All right, so we all know Dad's in hot water because he said that weddings are like a cancer on the body politic.
At the same time, they need incentives, such as decent salaries, if only as a weapon for eliminating corruption - that cancer in the body politic of many nations in the world today.
But whether it is ratified or not ultimately does not matter, as the constitution - and the whole constitution-making process - is totally out of touch with the realities of a country that no longer exists as a coherent body politic.
However, since the inception of the United Nations, the body politic in the United States had been strongly supportive.
In addition, it aims at ensuring that our countries participate actively in the world economy and the body politic.
It is much more sensible to see conflict as a disease of the body politic, and to follow the medical distinction among prophylaxis, cure and therapy.
a politically organized body of people under a single government: commonwealth, foreign country, estate, commonwealth country, developing country, rogue nation, great power, res publica, state, superpower, ally, rogue state, political unit, power, political entity, nation, renegade state, the three estates, Reich, Dominion, world power, suzerain, land, country, sea power, city state, city-state, estate of the realm, major power