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In a democratic way.
Courts of law are now the norm in the world, with laws being democratically established and widely published.
All these organizations are democratically accountable to their members.
Accountability 5.7 Statutory bodies provide universal, equitable services for which they can be held democratically accountable.
It has also clearly demonstrated its contempt for democracy through its willingness to ignore the democratically expressed wishes of the electorates in member states.
Each home is democratically run by officers who are elected to serve for terms of six months.
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