Democracy trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|direct democracy||Dân chủ trực tiếp|
|liberal democracy||Dân chủ tự do|
|parliamentary democracy||Dân chủ nghị viện|
|social democracy||Dân chủ xã hội|
|transition to democracy||Chuyển sang chế độ dân chủ|
Các ấn phẩm và câu ví dụ
· Jailed Australian democracy activist has 'disappeared' inside Vietnam's prison system →
A 70-year-old Australian democracy activist has “disappeared” inside Vietnam’s prison system: no one from his family or the Australian government has been allowed to see or speak with him for nearly four months.
The New York Times
· Voters in Taiwan Oust a Pro-China Mayor →
Saturday’s vote, known as a recall, appeared to reflect Taiwan’s hardening attitude toward China, which has been intensifying efforts to bring the island democracy under its control.
· Let's hope Boris Johnson learns from his coronavirus failure and wakes up to the harm of a no deal Brexit →
I also profoundly hope that the leadership, administration, and the police, not only in the impacted nations, but across the world, respect the fundamental tenet of democracy exemplified in the right to protest peacefully and address the voices of millions rightly demanding equality and equity – notwithstanding your race, ethnicity, colour, caste or creed.
· Facebook employees say they are ‘caught in an abusive relationship’ with Trump as internal debates over George Floyd protests rage →
But the 2016 presidential campaign changed the way the world – and workers – viewed Facebook, after Russians meddled in it by amplifying divisive messages to millions of Americans on the platform, showing how easily it could be exploited to hurt democracy.
· The Trump Regime Is Beginning to Topple →
Sharp distilled what he learned into a 93-page handbook, From Dictatorship to Democracy, a how-to guide for toppling autocracy.
The Japan Times
· Kaohsiung votes to oust China-friendly mayor who sought Taiwan’s presidency →
The success of the recall vote — Taiwan's first — was hailed by commentators as the latest sign of politicians being held accountable in the island's robust democracy.
· France tells China it still backs 'one country, two systems' for Hong Kong →
China has approved security legislation for Hong Kong that democracy activists, diplomats and some in business fear will jeopardise its semi-autonomous status and its role as a global financial hub.
· Amit Shah's Bihar rally amid 'crisis of the century' nothing but 'political vulturism': Tejashwi Yadav →
He also dismissed reports of cracks in the opposition alliance, saying that having “contrarian views” is healthy for any democracy.
· David Davis warns Priti Patel that 'cruel' indefinite detention of immigrants is making modern slavery worse →
Mr Mitchell has described indefinite detention as a “stain on our democracy”, while Mr Baker said he as “proud” to sign it, adding: “We must bring greater humanity to the immigration system.”