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1responsableto be accountable to sb (for sth) — ser responsable ante algn (de algo)
- When nobody can be held accountable for decisions like this, democracy is dead.
- He suggested that a club be formed and that its members be held accountable for the responsible use of the pier.
- History will tell whether those responsible will be held accountable for their crimes.
- The simple reason is the people in charge of spending the money are not accountable to anyone.
- What's the status of finding out who or what is to be held accountable for what went wrong?
- The fact that he is ultimately accountable to the clubs means that he needs a consensus from the clubs before he can act.
- They should be elected democratically and be accountable to all New Zealanders.
- Individuals are fully accountable to the organisation for the expenditure they incur.
- The plaintiffs say they want to see the church and government held accountable for these abuses.
- The Republic is not a free paper because we want to be accountable to our readers, not to advertisers.
- Should the corporate media not be held accountable for blocking the democratic process?
- Utility agencies better coordinate their work and show they are accountable to the public.
- Rogue government and rebel militias who prowl rural areas are hardly accountable to higher authorities.
- The government is also accountable to Parliament, which has the right to ask questions.
- Vote for me and let me help you to make your student government more accountable to you!
- All politicians are accountable to us and we must not confuse arrogant indifference with real leadership.
- We have to make judgments on which we are accountable to the public.
- The treasurers are accountable to the parties or agencies outside their office.
- Politicians are held accountable for their execution of duties in governing a country.
- Unless leaders are accountable to a constituency, there can be no true democracy.