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Jairam Ramesh who was instrumental in passing the Bill undemocratically in just 23 minutes switching off the television, now comes to town and boasts of sops which will cut no ice.
The issue was taken up undemocratically against the will of the people of Andhra," Reddy, who was suspended earlier, was quoted by Hindustan Times as saying.
We have seen undemocratically elected presidents ruling undemocratically; so here is not the heart of the matter.
It's ironic that while he's been bashing Egypt's army and interim government for cracking down on violent protest and accusing Egyptian authorities of behaving undemocratically, he did the exact same thing himself during the summer of 2013 when he instructed security forces to forcibly clear environmentalist demonstrators from Taksim/Gezi Park.
They were demanding elections to replace Abhisit's government, which they accused of taking office undemocratically in 2008 through a parliamentary vote after a court stripped Thaksin's allies of power.
Though elected democratically, he chose to govern undemocratically.
It is opposed to contractual arrangements, such as existing memoranda of understanding, which it says have been put in place undemocratically and have imposed the wrong policy mix.
Notwithstanding the clear voice of the majority, the Chairman arbitrarily, and undemocratically, decided that God was indeed a part of the Democratic platform.
ANTHONY JOHN RICHARDS Swansea SIR - I wonder if the good folk of Carmarthenshire realised that when they swung the vote that gave life to the Welsh Assembly they would be rewarded by having 61 large wind generators imposed, undemocratically, on the countryside known as the Brechfa Forest?
Faisal Sabzwari, an MQM parliamentarian, in a press conference outside the assembly, shrugged off the opposition to the bill saying it should have been discussed and debated by its opponents instead of acting undemocratically.
This will no doubt prove a very unpopular decision and is yet another example of an undemocratically positioned supra-national organisation determining the laws we make in the UK.
The democratically-elected mayor, who would be directly responsible to the people, would deal with the administration side of things, while the undemocratically appointed Lord Mayor would carry on exactly as at present doing ceremonial duties alongside being a councillor.