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But when Labour is proposing to overhaul the entire economy and Theresa May’s Conservatives are promising a social revolution, technocratic fixes struggle to whip up much excitement.
Armando Ríos Piter, a technocratic senator from the southern state of Guerrero, is seen by some as a Mexican answer to Emmanuel Macron, the centrist who won France’s presidential election just a year after founding his own party.
Democrats remain much closer to Bloomberg’s technocratic vision of government as a force for good, but their energy has also shifted.
Though Biden is obviously keen to set himself apart from Clinton, their ideology is almost identical -- technocratic hearts in thrall to market wisdom.
Second, our evidence suggests only that fact checking is not effective when a charismatic politician competes against technocratic statisticians and/or objective journalists.
Another reason to be skeptical that new nationalism is behind the rise, says Sankaran, is that the modern space community in India is heavily technocratic.
He was attacked from within Elstat by those who represented the ancien régime and were disturbed by Mr. Georgiou’s technocratic and nonpolitical approach.
During its latest term in government, in 2005-10, Labour was addicted to technocratic, targeted solutions.
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