Definition of "maladministration" [mal•ad•min•is•tra•tion]
Faulty, inefficient or improper management or administration, especially by a government body. (noun)
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Use "maladministration" in a sentence
"This maladministration is all about propaganda, from the military office dedicated to producing such, to Walter Williams and Maggie Gallagher, paid to write such, to the faux "newscasts" produced by the maladministration and pawned off on TV stations as supposed straight news stories."
"It congratulated pupils for persevering despite hardships such as the late arrival of text books, a lack of basic teaching aids, and what it described as maladministration by the KwaZulu-Natal education department."
"The National Party in the Eastern Cape on Thursday slammed what it termed maladministration in the Eastern Cape provincial and said the provincial government was "teetering on the brink of total collapse"."