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Faced with deadlock, President Sergio Mattarella could seek to appoint a short-lived technocratic government.
But on the other hand schools are the obvious thing, unlike tax policy and banking policy and all this other stuff that seems technocratic but also has deep inequality effects.
Drahos cuts a dramatically different figure, one that is technocratic, wholesome, somewhat stiff and entirely free of incendiary political stands.
The Satanism hysteria of the 1980s had many causes, from conservative religious fears about the normalization of permissive values to a growing wariness of the psychic costs of a technocratic society.
This is not a problem for the experts to handle by making abstruse technocratic adjustments to complicated payment schedules.
Moses wielded bureaucracy and technocratic authority the way Obama could use rhetorical flourish and moral authority.
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.
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: of, relating to, or similar to a technocrat or technocracy
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