authoritarian regime

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Noun1.authoritarian regime - a government that concentrates political power in an authority not responsible to the people
authorities, government, regime - the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit; "the government reduced taxes"; "the matter was referred to higher authorities"
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Retired Supreme Court Associate Justice Vicente Mendoza on Tuesday exhorted the graduating class of the University of the Philippines College of Law to be the 'special guardians' of the constitutional order whose collapse, he warned, could give rise to an 'authoritarian regime.'
Pompeo, a former head of the CIA, launched a stinging attack on China, describing it as an authoritarian regime with more than 1m Chinese Muslims in prison camps.
The HCSPM's Chief Lt ( Gen) Ibrahim Suleiman said they will not allow any party to allege the adoption of the revolutionaries' efforts which led to the down fall of the authoritarian regime.
"Hollywood is a major authoritarian regime. It controls what you're supposed to look like, how you have your hair, how you dress and speak.
Coming in last, as the most authoritarian regime in the world, is North Korea with a score of 1.67.
Nine nominees for the committee established to carry out the works of transitional justice agreed Wednesday that the image of former Taiwan President Chiang Kai-shek on the NT$10 coin is a symbol of an authoritarian regime.
The predicament of writers working under an authoritarian regime is brought out by Jose 'Butch' Dalisay in an article, 'Writers in Wartime' (The Philippine STAR, March 26, 2018).
Starting my analysis with Levitsky and Way, I aim to reconsider whether conceiving the high and low linkage as the primary cause of the competitive authoritarian regime trajectories and considering the domestic factors as those to care secondarily in the low linkage cases can be held for other cases out of their study.
What comes out in the collection is that, while there are important ways that each authoritarian regime has shaped the current labour relations context in each country, the shared experiences of authoritarian governance do not translate into similar union trajectories.
We include a lagged vote share (from 1963 and 1967 elections) to account for the possibility that radio signal strength is positively correlated with previous support for the authoritarian regime. Positive [[beta].sub.1] would support our hypothesis that higher exposure to radio is correlated with higher incumbent vote share.
Erdoy-an's kleptocracy is determined to monopolize every lever of political, social and economic power by employing thugs in key positions in order to sustain this authoritarian regime.
DRACONIAN trade union laws to shame an authoritarian regime tell us how much the Tories hate workers who aspire to keep their jobs or win a pay rise.