Deception: Describes the grief suffered by citizens on the heartbreak they cause the leaders who helped elect her vote. Is directly proportional to the muddy committed by the rulers. It is widespread in most cities and towns in Colombia. iew. Disappointment: There are lessons that are received through bitter experience. Like, for example, trust that the candidate will fulfill its promises and face the stark reality that some of this, end of period does not occur. Splurge: excessive spending of money and other resources in election campaigns, resulting in curiosity and fear. Curious to know the candidates where they get those resources and fear due to the suspicion that after are the same people who, via one-sided contracts, must pay those inflated costs. Malice: a downturn in mood due to successive and successive disappointments usually a counselor unfortunate for voters.
When you decide to vote for normally despite any candidate other than the friends of those who were the cause of frustration. Results in most cases: the cure is worse than the disease. Money: The most important resource in an electoral campaign. His lack often results desertions, reverse, turn, disbanded and loneliness. Its possession is a guarantee of solid agreements, changing preferences, propaganda abundant, generous references in some media and also attracts other valuable resources in the electoral process. Ramble: what some candidates make when they speak in public: To speak or write without fixed and determined purpose. Most government programs are well written, but how badly they are exposed certain applicants. He is a doubt whether one actually participated, albeit minimally, in their preparation.
Docility: Characteristics of some citizens who have mortgaged their ability to decide with a chief and only vote for one candidate for whom they are instructed but the heart, reason and conscience are additional suggestions. The glossary this issue is much wider but the words of Professor Choles conditioned me to look just words with the letter D. And yet, for reasons of space are left out some terms, including: Delay, hopelessness, disappointment, wasted … I just hope to follow closely the reading of “electoral Practical Handbook” and listen to new phrases from my teacher to share with you other words involved in the broad and lush terrain of democracy.