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anti-constitutional

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Definition of anti-constitutional in English:

adjective

Violating a political constitution: anti-constitutional activity
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  • By accustoming us to anti-constitutional proceedings, the administration gains a tacit approval for its new instruments of control.
  • There's nothing new in that, of course; but there's also nothing in it which is not racist, racialist supremacist, or anti-constitutional.
  • Lin also branded the DPP's proposal to make a new law handling political parties’ illegally acquired assets as anti-constitutional and intended only for political gain.

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