ultrademocratic

ultrademocratic

(ˌʌltrəˌdɛməˈkrætɪk)
adj
(in the US) characteristic of a staunch member or supporter of the Democratic Party and its agenda
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Of course, all this is going on inside the supposedly ultrademocratic EU.
A referendum is a very good thing if it is a matter of choosing the most suitable site for a village fountain, but when the most important interests of a people are at stake, even ultrademocratic governments take great care not to entrust those interests to the judgement of the people themselves.
However, according to Dunaway, the Cherokee were in reality, or to start with, "a loose ultrademocratic confederacy in which power and decision making was decentralized into .
Another unique aspect of the Banff experience is the ultrademocratic bent of the organizers.
An ultrademocratic feature was the power granted to the legislature to remove judges by a two-thirds vote.