What Is a Gridlock in Government?

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In government, a gridlock is a situation where the system is not able to function at normal level or capacity as a result of intricate or conflicting processes in the administrative structure. A gridlock can also occur in businesses, where it may result in big losses that may affect the overall economy of a country.
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