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Having power or influence that transcends national boundaries or governments.‘supranational law’
- ‘The defining characteristic of our age is not a shift of power upward, to supranational institutions, but downward.’
- ‘More often than not, efforts to knit national economies into one supranational whole fall victim to obstructionism.’
- ‘While initially established by national governments, supranational EU institutions develop a degree of autonomy from the control of governments.’
- ‘This is why supranational institutions such as the European Union are so important.’
- ‘Thus, the EU is a crossroads where subnational, national, supranational, and international policy-making all intersect.’
- ‘The template constituted a form of supranational policy-making, in which powers were transferred from the national to the EU level.’
- ‘She warned that granting powers to the supranational institutions would lead to a ‘European super-state’.’
- ‘The other pins its hopes on the transformative power of a supranational politics that will gradually catch up with runaway markets.’
- ‘The massive influence of the US within supranational institutions is also pointed out for the attention of the discerning reader.’
- ‘We must break the present supranational controls over nation-states, by the financial oligarchy.’
- ‘At what levels should these forums exist - local, national, or supranational?’
- ‘The ECB is a unique supranational organization with powers far beyond what we could have imagined sovereign states would delegate to such an institution.’
- ‘By this they mean ‘the multinational corporations, the supranational institutions and the other dominant nation-states’.’
- ‘Effective supranational laws and bodies are needed.’
- ‘The Commission is no stranger to criticism from those who don't like its decisions, and competition policy is arguably its most visible supranational power.’
- ‘This is because the EU has now reproduced the lack of transparency and distance from popular participation which is typical of these supranational organisations.’
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