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Lack of social cohesion.‘anxiety about national decline and incohesion’
- ‘When incohesion prevails, effective leadership is extremely difficult.’
- ‘He has left us at a time when India and South Africa confront formidable challenges in terms of governance, poverty alleviation and social incohesion.’
- ‘Yet detractors claim that it also represents disrespect for the legal system at best, and risks civil incohesion and chaos at worst.’
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