Anti-maastrichtian



adjective

supportive of national sovereignty
Examples

The anti-Maastrichtian group seeks to restore British “freedom.”
Word Origin

The Maastricht Treaty of 1991 sought economic and political unity within the European Community, considered by some to endanger national sovereignty.
Usage Note

politics

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