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use "autocratic" in a sentence

Afterwards, the autocratic Viktor Yanukovych was voted into office.

It is not the first time an autocratic leader would take the AU's top post.

Erdogan has been accused of autocratic tendencies, corruption and extravagance.

They share the autocratic instinct to order the minutest details of peoples' lives.

The two men appear to share a personal bond, as well as an autocratic leadership style.

The governance of both men reflects

the autocratic traits of the societies they hail from.

Both countries are ruled by autocratic governments, and frequently criticized by human rights groups.

Some disapprove of the autocratic character of the papal office


Tellenbach (1983, p. 93 f.) gives a vivid account of Stackelberg’s rather autocratic approach.

These regimes are autocratic or oligarchic and exclude the upper and middle classes from power.

Background The people

of Serbia often rebelled against Miloš's autocratic and often brutal rule.

Membership declined with the problems of an autocratic structure, mismanagement, and unsuccessful strikes.

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