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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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maladministrationmal‧ad‧min‧i‧stra‧tion /ˌmælədmɪnəˈstreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable] formal  BBBcareless or dishonest management He accused the local authority of maladministration.
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maladministrationIn 1967, a parliamentary commissioner was established to investigate complaints passed on by Members of Parliament about maladministration in government departments.Local commissioners can now accept any complaint from members of the public about maladministration in local government.And there weren't too many deer, so the poor beasts didn't starve through mismanagement and maladministration!There was opportunity for maladministration in terms of both efficiency and peculation.Bureaucratism for Trotsky was more than just maladministration or red tape.Thus, it is unnecessary to consider the alternative ground of maladministration.More and more accusations of waste, maladministration and inefficiency have been made.Whether maladministration has in fact occurred is a matter for the Commissioners to decide.
From Longman Business Dictionarymaladministrationmal‧ad‧min‧i‧stra‧tion /ˌmælədmɪnəˈstreɪʃən/ noun [uncountable] British English formalCOMMERCE careless or dishonest managementAccusations of waste, maladministration and inefficiency have been made.
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