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expand_more Se on myös loukkaus perusihmisoikeuksia ja ihmisarvoa kohtaan.
Ainakin se on selkeä loukkaus parlamentin arvovaltaa kohtaan.
Se on mielestäni loukkaus parlamentaarista demokratiaa kohtaan.
Esimerkkejä "affront"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishThis policy is an affront to humanity and must therefore be rejected outright.
EnglishIt is an affront to liberty, democracy, accountability and natural human rights.
EnglishIt is unnecessary, and we would interpret it as an affront and as a breach of the law.
EnglishThis was not of course intended as a personal affront to Mr Brok.
EnglishThe misery of these poorest people is an affront to affluent Europe, and so we return them.
EnglishIt is also a violation of fundamental human rights and an affront to human dignity.
EnglishThis is an affront to human dignity and also signifies a commercialisation of the human body.
EnglishEurope has to speak with one voice and play its part in ending this affront to justice.
EnglishThe detention conditions are degrading and an affront to human dignity.
EnglishI believe that this is quite unacceptable and an affront to democracy.
EnglishThe violence suffered by Christians around the world is both an affront and a challenge to human dignity.
EnglishI hope that all Italian Members will join me in denouncing this affront to our country.
EnglishThousands of political prisoners are vegetating, without trial, in prisons that are an affront to human dignity.
EnglishIt would, after all, be an affront to the representatives of the candidate countries present here today.
EnglishThings agreed in Washington are an affront to its partners in the Quartet, and the EU in particular.
EnglishIt is certainly an affront to the dignity of this House.
EnglishI think it is an affront to them to try and introduce, or give official character to, these symbols.
EnglishI find it an affront to democracy in this House.
EnglishThis request was initially met with a negative reaction by many politicians who saw this as an affront and insult.
EnglishIs it not an affront to those who have been imprisoned again recently and who are still being imprisoned?