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The proposed law is fundamentally undemocratic.
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The move triggered further international condemnation from the dozens of countries that have already criticized the creation of the all-powerful assembly as an undemocratic power grab by Maduro.
Not only were those coups undemocratic, the dangers of taking a shot and missing are amply on display following last summer’s failed coup, which only further empowered the increasingly authoritarian government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
In addition to the U.S. and E.U., more than 17 countries in Latin America have decried the election as undemocratic.
Indeed, the point is to measure how far the Republican base would follow Trump — whether a move as nakedly undemocratic as postponing an election would be seen immediately as dangerous and un-American.
But surely the most undemocratic feature is the lack of public engagement, far lower in the United States than other comparable democracies (58 percent turnout in the last national election).
But opponents say this mail-in election suppresses the vote, is profoundly undemocratic and could lead to burdensome taxes.
The health care legislation proposed by Senate Republicans is a moral abomination—one that leadership is trying to pass through undemocratic means.
In the past, some bills assailed as undemocratic have foundered before reaching a parliamentary vote, or have been watered down because their constitutionality was questioned.
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