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NB This comment refers to the article 'Transnationality' (which appears to have lost its talk page), not to 'Transnational corporation'.
I reinstated this article, which had been, hastily and unreasonably in my view, replaced by a redirect to 'transnational corporation' - and also without any of its content being trasnsferred to the later article. Transnationality is a principle of action by supranational bodies such as the UN and EU, and is attested in numerous official and privately-generated documents, two of which are cited in the new article.
Regrettably, the original article, which ironically is itself cited by some external sources, has now been lost through its replacement by a redirect.
It is clear that both the deletion and the redirection were false, as it is a principle that applies not only to corporations, but to government and voluntary action and indeed to indivduals and communities. I believe that it would be contrary to our principles to delete it speedily. Rather it should be allowed time to grow and fill out - after all, we are volunteers here.TobyJ (talk) 17:54, 26 June 2019 (UTC)