Meaning of undemocratically in English:

undemocratically

Pronunciation /ˌʌndɛməˈkratɪkli/

Translate undemocratically into Spanish

adverb

See undemocratic

‘Party militants who have resisted these policies have been undemocratically repressed and expelled.’
  • ‘They had controlled the unions undemocratically.’
  • ‘It had imposed artificial boundaries, undemocratically imposed rulers, and divided people who spoke the same language from one another.’
  • ‘The town council has acted undemocratically and I call upon them to address this issue when planning public meetings in the future.’
  • ‘It is difficult for us to preach democracy on the one hand when acting undemocratically - if not illegally - on the other.’