Anticonstitutional

An`ti`con`sti`tu´tion`al


a.1.Opposed to the constitution; unconstitutional.
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Mike Pence) (quoting the Exceptions Clause and stating "let us stop with all the conversation about anticonstitutional action being taken"); see 150 Cong.
According to Gillman, Holmes' judicial philosophy was "almost anticonstitutional in its commitment to legislative supremacy and the sovereignty of elected officials.
It is remarkable that this is the first attack that has been made upon the authority of the secretaries of state, and will abolish the dangerous practice of issuing general and anticonstitutional warrants.
It's discriminatory and anticonstitutional," says Norma Gonzalez, a former Mexican-American Studies teacher with TUSD and the founder of a campaign against the law through Change.
Foreign reinsurance companies have joined forces in a common pressure group, which seeks more concessions from the government as parts of the current legislation are considered anticonstitutional.
385 of the Bishkek local council saying they are anticonstitutional and violate the fundamental human rights to peaceful assemblies.
An official from the Baden-Wuerttemburg OPC commented in a newspaper interview that "we are of the view that Scientology pursues anticonstitutional goals," adding that a ban on the religion was "under discussion.
Thus through this labeling Sinn Fein emerged in the days after the Rising as the focus of anticonstitutional opinion.
They argued that the law was anticonstitutional because it violated Article 4, which guarantees the right to health services.
Since 1989 he has again provoked a national cause celebre through his opposition to German reunification on the grounds that it is both anticonstitutional and that it represents an aggression of Western imperialism against the weaker Eastern states.
The Missouri court's solution is not simply unconstitutional, it is anticonstitutional.
In the last five years, with regard to issues ranging from the Torture Memo to NSA spying to Common Article 3, Professor Yoo has repeatedly called for "more realistic" normative frameworks, (115) then ended up justifying policies that are not just anticonstitutional, but that have caused far more problems than they have solved.