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Indeed, within the last three decades, some countries adopted institutions of economic freedom while adopting or strengthening their democracies, others adopted such institutions without modifying their autocratic regimes, and others were unable to do so despite having opened their political systems.
For this reason, the autocratic tendencies that surfaced during the Gezi Park protests should be assessed through the lens of external dynamics.
If I were Sir Bob, the panel chairman John Crabtree or Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles, I would be asking why Sir Albert has adopted an autocratic management style by not consulting his colleagues.
However, the report added: "Even if the UK had applied more pressure to the previous autocratic governments on human rights and democratic reforms, it would have been unlikely to have brought forward the revolutions.
If you are going to beat a club a long time, you can't ic all the be autocratic all the time.
The data reveals that, while regime insiders forced out the majority of autocrats from the 1950s to the present, uprisings against autocratic regimes now remove a greater proportion of dictators than coups.
Prabowo Subianto, who rose through the military ranks under autocratic former leader Suharto, won the backing of the powerful Golkar party this month in a shock reversal for Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, who until then had been coasting to victory.
The country has been dogged by turmoil since pro-democracy protests in 2011 forced autocratic president Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down after 33 years in power.
Yasmin Rashid in his statement said that staging baton on women and peace loving protesting people is not even done in autocratic rules.
New data tracking millisecond-scale corrections suggests that some ensembles are more autocratic --following one leader--while other musical groups are more democratic, making corrections equally.
The two candidates in the run-off are Maldivian Democratic Party(MDP) leader and human rights activist Mohamed Nasheed, who received47 per cent of the vote in the first round last Saturday; and Abdulla Ameen of the Progressive Party of Maldives (PPM), the half-brother of the autocratic former ruler Abdul Gayoom, who won 30 per cent of the first-round vote.
The first democratically elected president of the Maldives and the brother of the country's former autocratic ruler have qualified for a runoff in the presidential election.