Asaduddin Owaisi wrote on his Twitter handle, "What a stupid bill has been drafted which is draconian
and will lead to further exploitation and more injustice to married Muslim women.
There are however enough of laws in existence which can deal with terrorism; adding another draconian
law and providing the State machinery with unbridled powers lends itself to abuse; whilst attempting to control terrorism the State is in fact indulgingin a new kind of terrorism.
As I've stated before, Middlesbrough, Stockton and Redcar need to present a united front and issue a direct challenge to government - "your draconian
cuts will close down the towns and we refuse to action them any further".
It's the kind of draconian
law you'd expect in North Korea, not North Wales.
Where the veneer unravels is their apparent blind hatred of the private motorist calling for ever tighter constraints on their freedoms and draconian
penalties for the most minor of transgressions.
Egypt's bloggers and texters are waging an ongoing battle against their government's draconian
repression of freedom to write as they wish.
It does seem quite draconian
and if they (FIFA) do that they must have felt some justification," he said.
I doubt that the North Wales League has been particularly fair in finding the Llandudno players guilty and handing down draconian
punishments without following its own disciplinary policies and procedures and without giving the players the opportunity to defend the allegations.
It will focus its local election lobbying on the campaign to Keep Trade Local, which seeks to protect small businesses from unfair planning laws, draconian
parking restrictions in town centres and the breakdown of local economies.
action against plastic bags in Wales was promised yesterday by Environment Minister Jane Davidson.
Chairman of the bench Christine Abrams said: "The bench is united in feeling while this may have been contrary to a by-law, Merseyrail should have a less draconian
method for dealing with matters of this nature.
Clumsy editing, clearly in fear of draconian
FCC fines (the film is a British production), compromises the story further.