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- adj. Opposing a constitution.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Opposed to the constitution; unconstitutional.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Opposed to or conflicting with the constitution, as of a state; unconstitutional.
Mr. Yushchenko said Tuesday that the reported plans to change the constitution were "an anticonstitutional conspiracy," and that any such change should be decided by referendum.
Indeed, Lincoln's election as President rested on fundamentally anticonstitutional premises.
That stance, and Lincoln's election on such a platform, was featured among prominent Southerners' purported constitutional justifications for secession: the nation had just elected a lawless, anticonstitutional President who would invade the South's constitutional rights, as duly determined by the United States Supreme Court, with respect to slavery.
Paul, who thinks the presidency has swollen to anticonstitutional proportions, has photos of two Austrian School economists, Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises, who warned against what Hayek called "the fatal conceit" of governments thinking they can allocate wealth and opportunity more reasonably than can markets.
There is nothing, there is no one more anticonstitutional, more antilegal, more antiparliamentary, more repressive, more violent and more criminal than the fascists.
There is no one more anticonstitutional, more antilaw, more antiparliamentarian, more repressive, more violent, and more criminal than the fascist. [applause]
Honestly, if a friend wrote these into a piece of fiction about government oversight gone amok, I'd have to tell them that they were too one-dimensional, too obviously anticonstitutional.
Their rationale for that demand, as explained by the union's chairman, Magomed Shamilov, to Caucasus Knot, was the proposal Bastrykin floated last week at a meeting of top prosecutor's office staff that Medvedev attended, to create a database containing the fingerprints of the entire North Caucasus population. condemned that proposal as discriminatory; Chechen Republic human rights ombudsman Nurdi Nukhadjiyev termed it anticonstitutional and a violation of citizens 'rights.
The road to serfdom, through anticonstitutional innovations regarding "fairness," is always the right route for some.
They're just not allowed to march with swastika flags, because it's considered a symbol for an anticonstitutional organization, and neonazi protests don't fall into the arts or educational category (where display of swastikas is perfectly legal).
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