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Hansard Society director Dr Ruth Fox said: "The government's decision to prorogue Parliament may not be unconstitutional or unlawful but it is an affront to parliamentary democracy.
Sumanthiran said that the appointment of Shavendra Silva, an individual who stands accused of grave crimes, as Army Commander, is a serious affront to the Tamil People.
Charles Windsor has no Whale blood in his lineage, he does not speak their language, he does absolutely nothing for the Whales, and to be given such a title is an affront to every self-respecting whale in the oceans.
The Sri Lanka bombing incidents on Easter Sunday that killed at over 200 people is an affront to the Catholic faith, Senator Risa Hontiveros said.
An affront to democracy I WAS disappointed to read the letter by John Payne in the Daily Post (Tuesday 29 January) imploring us to remain in the EU by using the example of the First World War.
Summary: Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan 8 (ANI): Lucknow Municipal Corporation (LMC) has decided to rename places addressed as 'Andhe Ki Chowki' and 'Langda Phatak' in the city as these expressions are considered an affront to the differently abled people.
The Forum said the warning became imperative because affront against the legislature was equally an affront against the people who elected them, calling on Nigerians to be vigilant.
John McCain called on the Donald Trump administration to rescind its "zero-tolerance" border policy at the US Southern border on Monday, calling the policy separating families "an affront to the decency of the American people".
In a statement, she said that the bloodshed of the people of Kashmir at the hands of savage Indian armed forces is an affront to the conscience of the world.
According to an industry source, food companies are affront with a crisis as clearance of raw material consignments has grinded to a halt due to new health, safety and procedural policies, which requires complete acceptance from importers.
THE Labour leader of Birmingham City Council has accused Labour's national ruling body of an "an affront to the basic principles of democracy".
Mr McMahon, who sponsored the voting Bill, called the move an "affront to democracy, adding: "The Government will find itself on the wrong side of history in this."
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