unelected

un·e·lect·ed

 (ŭn′ĭ-lĕk′tĭd)
adj.
Having achieved an office through appointment rather than election.

unelected

(ˌʌnɪˈlɛktɪd)
adj
(of an official or public servant) not elected
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ONE of the half truths propagated by the Leave campaign was that the unelected bureaucrats in Brussels make our laws.
AN unelected, hereditary monarch has given her "assent" to an unelected Tory PM to close down an elected House of Commons to force through a No Deal Brexit and hand over this country, lock, stock, and barrel, to President Trump, and American imperialism.
And packing Parliament with unelected Tory crony Brexit peers, while sidelining elected MPs of all parties, would be the authoritarian arrogance of tin-pot dictator.
Apart from a gratuitously offensive stunt, when they turned their backs on the European anthem, they have mostly gone back to ranting against the "unelected EU bureaucrats."
Thus, the unelected 25% Tatmadaw representatives for the parliament could block any amendment proposal.
A Daily Telegraph comment recognised the challenge: 'Another unelected prime minister would be unacceptable...
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court Wednesday asked a petitioner, who has challenged the inclusion of unelected people in the federal cabinet, to come up with more arguments about the maintainability of his petition.
Dr Firdous said those who ran the whole government through unelected people were reminding about elected representatives.
Prime Minister Imran Khan while talking to senior journalists said that there existed a need for experts, which is why unelected people were made a part of the Cabinet.
Talking to media personnel, PM Imran said that there is a need for experts, which is the reason why unelected people were appointed in his cabinet earlier.
AW of Gosforth stated (Feedback, April 17) that Brexiteers were wrong in saying the EU is run be unelected bureaucrats.
Last week we saw the democratic decisions by the democratically elected representatives of Orkney overturned on appeal by, or on the advice of an unelected faceless civil servant from Edinburgh after a short visit to Orkney.