state capture
 n.— «This is primarily as a result of what is called “state capture,” whereby the status quo is protected by those in power and who themselves set the laws and regulations.» —“Arab economies will not grow without political reform” by Ibrahim Akoum Daily Star (Lebanon) Feb. 15, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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