en
proclaim

Meaning: tr
duyurmak, ilan etmek, bildirmek
The United Nations have proclaimed vast lists of human rights, but the great majority of humanity have no other than the rights to see, hear and stay quiet.
Disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people.
Gentlemen! Tomorrow we shall proclaim the Republic.
Abdelkader Bensalah has been proclaimed the head of state of Algeria.
The dog's laboured breathing and glazing eye showed that it was not far from its end. Indeed, its snow-white muzzle proclaimed that it had already exceeded the usual term of canine existence.
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk proclaimed the Turkish Republic in 1923.
The law came into effect on the day it was proclaimed.
The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria was proclaimed in 1962.
The Constitution was proclaimed during the dictatorship.
More than once in history have people revolted against the inequalities of life and refused to submit to the restraints of laws and creeds. They have often gone through a period of communism and red terror in the hope of realizing ultimately the Perfect State. Their leaders, undoubtedly sincere at first, espouse the utopian dream, declaring themselves the exponents of its ideals, the promised messengers of its blessings. But with the material for revolt ready at hand, and unable to resist the seductions of nascent power, they soon undergo that transformation which history identifies, often not unjustly, with demagogy, if they fail, or with autocracy, if they succeed. In either case, by utilizing the elements of negation in Society, they become apostles of violence, proclaiming the theory of "creative destruction." But instead of creating a utopia on the ruins of their making, they only succeed in setting up, as history shows, another government, which, no matter how just and sound its foundations are in theory, soon becomes in practice more despotic and corrupt.
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