dictatorship


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The fact that Turkey is not and will never be such a dictatorship is another story.
If the deadlines for election expire, it is more important to break the bones of dictatorship and provide new initiative for democracy.
An important lesson of democratic struggle is that dictatorship rears its ugly head in different forms and in different manifestations at different times.
Those who claim fear of dictatorship, they stir up their dictatorship hatred freely without being prevented by anyone, or being arrested by police, and no one in the government censors their TV channel, newspapers and magazines.
But when she finally falls for one of her students, we are reminded that Inge clearly had some feelings, some aspirations for a better life at some time, but after having to adapt to the GDR dictatorship, executing another turnabout proved too much for her.
Yes, Birmingham needs a change of direction but not from democracy to dictatorship.
We hope the inquiry carried out this past June 11 will be a launching point for investigations into the role played in the last dictatorship by journalists, editors, and media owners.
BAGHDAD / Nina /--Independent MP Sabah al-Sdi ,described the National Safety Law recently passed by the Council of Ministers and sent yesterday to the House of Representatives as " a law of dictatorship and a coup against democracy.
This book looks at changes in educational practices in Argentina since the fall of the dictatorship in 1983.
Art and culture of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), the Franco dictatorship (1939-1975), and the transition to democracy are commonplace at the end of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty first centuries.
Augusto Pinochet's 1973-1990 dictatorship with far better conditions than Chile's normal penitentiaries, including small cabins, hot showers and natural light.