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By contrast, only a quarter of respondents in the "Mass Affluent" market (households with between USD250,000 and USD1m in investable assets) say their family makes decisions more democratically after the crisis.
Why must we deploy the Canadian Forces half a world a way, at great cost in transportation, fuel and basing rights, to "defend democratically elected officials" and "the right of all to study" when democratically elected officials and the rights of all to study are being threatened well within our own borders?
The State Department announced late on Tuesday that it imposed "restrictions on travel to the United States on persons and the immediate family of persons who block Mali's return to civilian rule and a democratically-elected government, including those who actively promote Captain Amadou Sanogo and the National Committee for the Restoration of Democracy, who seized power from democratically elected President Amadou Toumani Tour on March 21, 2012".
The laws on holding local council elections fairly, democratically, in a legal framework without the use of the administrative resources are primarily being violated by the President's SDPK party, the Mayor stated.
WASHINGTON, June 17 -- The democratically elected government of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) is not only combating terrorism but also strengthening democratic institutions, which were damaged due to decades of dictatorship, Media Advisor to President Asif Ali Zardari, Farahnaz Isphahani said on Wednesday.
Aa"As a pharmacy school, we are capable of winning the elections democratically since what matters to us is the pharmacists' interests first and last.
In his opening paragraph he states, "Yes, there was a coup which overthrew the democratically elected government.
Why are soldiers of Israel's democratically elected government called "government forces" but troops of the democratically elected government in Gaza are always "from the militant group Hamas"?
dem*o*crat*i*cal*ly \-ti-k[schwa]-l[macron over e]\ adverb <a democratically elected government>
He said: "I accept the democratically expressed will of the Austrian people.
To be called democratic, governments must not only be elected democratically; they must also govern democratically," Insulza said.
REFERRING to the article in the Post dated 21st June "Renewed bid for needle exchange" I should be interested to learn from our Chief Constable (a public servant) how he justifies the expenditure that will be involved in an appeal against a decision of the democratically elected planning authority.

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