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military government

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Noun1.military government - government by the military and an army
authorities, government, regime - the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit; "the government reduced taxes"; "the matter was referred to higher authorities"
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As regarded Lambert, he did not dissemble his views; he sought to establish a military government, and to be himself the head of that government.
The revolt of the nation was directed partly against the irresponsible injustice of the Puritan military government but largely also against the excessive moral severity of the whole Puritan regime.
I don't want a military government, but I shouldn't mind a little allonging and marshonging--just a dash of it--in this neighbourhood sometimes.
The trigger for the exodus seems to have been statements by Thailand's military government, which took power in a coup last month, that it would crack down on illegal immigrants and those employing them.
demolition of dozens of homes the military government claims were built outside
The crowds said it wanted to show the African Union and ECOWAS that the military government is not alone.
Sheikh Hazem Salah Abu Islmail, a possible candidate in the upcoming presidential election, was among the demonstrators, chanting slogans against the interim military government.
Bignone was the last of four military de facto presidents in Argentina under the military government, which ended in 1983 amid a deep economic crisis and a defeat in the war against Britain over the Falkland Islands.
chief called for the Myanmar military government and Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy to increase dialogue to achieve national reconciliation and democratization.
The military government hopes that they will help to sustain Thailand's economic boom and maintain the country's competitive advantage over other Southeast Asian countries.
The following month, she began a dialogue with the military government under the mediation of the special envoy for U.
A diplomatic source said the ILO sanctions, imposed since November 2000, would be removed if the delegation finds ''convincing'' evidence that the Myanmar military government will take effective measures to stamp out the practice of compulsory labor.

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