Examples of "Status quo"
Examples of the use of the famous Latin phrase can be found in schools and in the modern workplace. The expression is commonly used in English to mean the existing condition or state of affairs and most often used when describing social or political issues.
"They united to defend the status quo and to
control attempts at progressive reform."
" College organisations often object to the religious or political status quo."
" Despite the appeals for change there was no desire to change the current status quo."