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The proposed law is fundamentally undemocratic.
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But trying to keep this information from the public is corrupt, undemocratic and arguably unlawful.
The United States and others in the region say the electoral process in Venezuela is rigged and undemocratic.
Opposition leaders have called the new assembly undemocratic and Washington has accused Maduro of behaving like a dictator.
Because to deny to religious believers the capacity to bring into public life the religious sources of their deepest convictions is a profoundly undemocratic act — a bigoted act.
In undemocratic systems, some get to play god while others suffer.
The most remarkable thing about those outcomes—which might appear undemocratic just on their face—is just how blatant the Republican strategy was.
The Polish president vetoed the legislation after EU leaders and thousands of protesters called it undemocratic.
Its obstinance will backfire, inflaming the passions of some Catalans and further maligning the undemocratic image of the central government in the eyes of other Spaniards.
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