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supranational in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsupranationalsu‧pra‧na‧tion‧al /ˌsuːprəˈnæʃənəl◂/ adjective  PGinvolving more than one country a supranational organization
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supranationalObviously there will have to be agreements on the division of labour between national authorities and the supranational agency.It is a moot point whether a supranational authority is also required.Confederation A confederation is an association in which states delegate some power to a supranational central government but retain primary power.The final thesis is that international harmonization of competition policies is essential, and probably a supranational competition authority is needed as well.The real essence of integration, however, is not multilateralism, but the creation of a supranational economy.The High Authority, however, survived as a distinct body until 1965 when it was merged with the other supranational executives.Early in 1965 Hallstein attempted to push the Community more firmly back on the supranational path.It is not difficult to guess which countries will benefit from this supranational politico-economic Lego.