antidemocratic

antidemocratic

(ˌæntɪˌdɛməˈkrætɪk)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to the principles or practice of democracy: anti-democratic forces.
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A Labour Party spokeswoman said: "This is another antidemocratic move by the Tories.
Coun Bore described the Bill as antidemocratic and a politically motivated erosion on workers' rights.
During the meeting in the evening, the trustee named Hasan Eulcer insulted some of the employees who refused to act in line of antidemocratic orders of the board of trustees.
We reject the blackmailing and antidemocratic politics that the European Union is using against Greece, which hurt every sense of democracy and primarily popular sovereignty.
But the SNP can't be serious or they wouldn't want to be submerged into the antidemocratic EU, which would treat an independent Scotland like a small off-shore province.
All of these, according to the experts on constitutional law, are antidemocratic actions which show state arrogance.
He said: "We strongly condemn the antidemocratic selfstyled politics of Imran Khan who is bent upon derailing the system to achieve its ulterior motives and nefarious designs to please foreign masters.
Talking to a delegation headed by former State Minister for interior Naseem Ahmed Qureshi, he said that PPP will stand against the antidemocratic forces.
We are propping up antidemocratic regimes such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain where women can be arrested for driving a car by themselves.
PESHAWAR -- Naib Ameer FATA, JamaateIslami, Zar Noor Afridi, has written a letter to President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain, demanding abolishment of Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) and Civil Power Regulations (CPR) as it is against human rights and antidemocratic.
can be just as damaging to the democratic integrity of elections as the political violence that openly antidemocratic ideologues might employ.