democratically

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  • He probably would have won the election if the vote had been held democratically.
  • If the head of state is also democratically elected then it is called a democratic republic.
  • The governor is democratically elected for a term of six years, and cannot be re-elected.
  • The School Council members are elected democratically by the students of each class.
  • It is run by students, and the committee is democratically elected from the society members each year.
  • They were organized into centuries with democratically elected leaders that had no permanent authority.
  • For the first time, the territory had democratically elected members join the appointed members in the assembly.
  • It is democratically elected by the citizens for a period of five years.
  • Five years later she became a member of the first democratically elected South African Parliament.
  • The city council is a democratically elected institution and is the final decision-making authority in the city.
  • It is one of the largest and oldest democratically-operating political parties in the world.
  • The charge is democratically elected for a period of four years.
  • It is formed by five members democratically chosen every year.
  • It is generally recognized as the first democratically elected legislative body of any kind in Russian history.
  • As such, the station is independent of government and business and operates democratically.
  • He was one of the few democratically elected communist party members in the world to serve as head of the government.
  • In every village there will be formed a bench which was democratically elected.
  • The school was also managed democratically, with regular meetings to determine school rules.
  • They are governed by a democratically elected tribal council who each serve three-year terms.
  • These offices will be replaced in the future by democratically elected councils at each level.
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Meaning of democratically

  • adverb In a democratic manner; based on democratic principles
    it was decided democratically, democratically elected government