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vested interest

Property law an existing and disposable right to the immediate or future possession and enjoyment of property
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In his book chapter 'Ways of constitution-making,' Jon Elster counsels that 'constitutions be written by specially convened assemblies and not by bodies that also serve as ordinary legislatures' to minimize their vested interests.
He said the government was committed to wipe out sectarianism and terrorism in the country and media should also play a positive role to discourage the elements trying to play up the petty issues for their vested interests.
He said he had fought vested interests time and again, in stark contrast to the way Mr Cameron cosies up to the rich and powerful.
In Parliament also, such confusing questions were asked by MPs at the behest of vested interests.
18 ( ANI ): Commenting on the protest by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters, m dmi Party (P) chief Arvind Kejriwal said he is ready to face anything and, added that protests will happen as he has challenged the vested interest of some powerful people.
How many children would have been saved if these vested interest executives had shown empathy to humanity and not their pockets it has to be asked?
For far too long, the people who depend on our votes for the place in the Palace of Westminster, have been susceptible to groups and individuals with money to spend and vested interests to serve.
There is a vast, towering edifice of vested interests in the internal combustion engine - and therefore it will be 50 years at least before significant market share is achieved, I believe.
It seems to me that Jim McGrath was chairing a committee consisting of members who all had vested interests and were in awe of 'Racing For Change at any cost'.
who have always have their vested interests and some geo-political goals to achieve Pakistan's foreign policy makers yet have to introduce a policy which will define our very own goals and interests on the basis to establish our relations globally That's why, we are still unable to recognise , who are true friends and who exploited us and are still doing.
Shortage scare stories were encouraged by vested interests to deceive the public.