External Pressures through Appointments
The use of appointments is a time-honoured device to achieve political compliance. In several Western democracies it has been — and in some is still — used, in the government bureaucracy. It is no less popular in broadcasting corporations, where it has been applied with respect to the boards, their chairmen and the directors-general.
KeywordsPrime Minister Political Pressure Labor Party Liberal Government Political Appointee
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