Except that, in modern democracy
, the word servant is invariably replaced by the word, ruler
With its neutral forms and sober materials, Moneo's building reflects the openness of local government and responds to the demands of a modern democracy
. It gives the municipality a civic presence on the plaza, accommodates various administrative functions, and, through public spaces such as the lecture hall, information centre and care, brings citizens into contact with those who legislate and administer on their behalf.
In response I would suggest that Britain/UK moves on and matures into a truly inclusive modern democracy
that recognises and respects the existence of all its constituent countries.
In many respects it is a throwback to the early years of the 20th century rather than being the parliament of a modern democracy
Christians as political animals; taking the measure of modernity and modern democracy
Davutoglu said Turkey, which accepted modern democracy
as a principle, would display a more active role within the council from now on.
"After nearly 100 years, the House of Commons has at last taken the momentous step to reform the upper house and make it fit for a modern democracy
Wales is now a modern democracy
in its own right and deserves a vibrant worldclass architecture to stand alongside the other traditions.
Do we not live in a modern democracy
where working people have fought for many years to enjoy freedom of choice in these matters?
7 The Reichstag, a pompous Willhelmine monument sensitively and dramatically transformed for a modern democracy
by Foster and Partners will open in late spring.
THOSE who say that a monarchy is antiquated in a modern democracy
imply that former kings and queens were authoritarian, but not for centuries has a monarch held absolute power.
To me, that is part of life in a modern democracy
, and we ought to keep these things, as far as possible, out of the courtroom."