(名詞) 由能力不足的人所治理的政府或國家。亦寫成 inept-ocracy

"Cardiff council operates a 'no can do culture' and morale among general staff is low. The council operates as a private club, with the Liberal Democrats, Labour and the Conservatives all too happy to perpetuate an ineptocracy."
—Neil McEvoy, quoted in Phillip Nifield, "Call to cut council bosses' wages," South Wales Echo, August 31, 2007

The city of Aspen's inept-ocracy has come up with yet another brilliant use of taxpayers' money, and they feel really good about it: Build a hydroelectric utility, costing somewhere between $10.5 and $16 million and disturbing the flow and riparian health of two modest, pristine creeks.
—Kris Cox, "Welcome to 19th century Aspen," The Aspen Times, December 18, 2011