precoup

precoup

(priːˈkuː)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or pertaining to the period before a coup
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Second, as an example of government discourse concerning the Haitian aid program, this document's discussion of Haitian organizations in "chaos" after 2004 omits any knowledge of the coup or precoup dynamics.
The show, which combines nostalgic memories of the precoup years with dystopic memories of the overthrow, provides a way of working through the past for the unstable and fragmented self.
The rate of our population growth has surpassed that of the precoup period.
129) Sirriyah initiated a precoup attack in 1974 in Egypt as the first step toward overthrowing the country's secular regime under former President Anwar el-Sadat.
With no explicit social movement, the process in the precoup period was limited to politicians and bureaucrats.
There has been no thorough public exploration in Washington of the precoup contacts or the efforts of Bush officials to nudge the coup in a direction that would permit the Administration to openly support the takeover.
Though the political configuration and the institutional structures based on a democratic system can be traced to the colonial rule in the precoup period, the postcoup political structures have a nondemocratic design.
40) A third type of conglomerate, whose leaders did not participate in the precoup stages of policy-making for a post-Allende era, were economic groups with half or more of their companies in internationally uncompetitive industrial sectors.
In response, the dollar quickly fell back below its precoup levels.
In so doing, No paso nada calls attention to the mnemonic function of music as a vehicle to remember both the dreams of a precoup socialist past and subsequently the abrupt terminus of these dreams that resulted from the coup.
Where democracy was previously deeply rooted and functioned well, as in Chile and Uruguay, regime change is widely expected to restore a less polarized, more conciliatory version of the precoup democratic order.
As a consequence, leftist political and labor leaders are now willing to settle for far less than their precoup programs, while workers have lowered their sights to securing a steady job and a living wage.