Junta

• (n.) A council; a convention; a tribunal; an assembly; esp., the grand council of state in Spain.
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junta

(Spanish: `meeting`), committee or administrative council, particularly one that rules a country after a coup d`etat and before a legal government ... [3 related articles]
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Junta

[game] Junta is a board game designed by Vincent Tsao originally published by Capri in 1975, and later published, as of 1985, by West End Games. Players compete as the corrupt power elite families of a fictional parody of a stereotypical banana republic (specifically Republica de los Bananas) trying to get as much money as possible into the...
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Junta

[Habsburg] Under Habsburg rule, a junta (or jointe) was an administrative body ruled in personal union with the Spanish Habsburgs. Juntas existed in Iberia and other European countries; in the Low Countries, the French name jointe was also officially used. Some territories maintained their juntas even after being brought under the imperial ...
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Junta

[Peninsular War] In the Napoleonic era, junta (ˈxunta or ˈhunta) was the name chosen by several local administrations formed in Spain during the Peninsular War as a patriotic alternative to the official administration toppled by the French invaders. The juntas were usually formed by adding prominent members of society, such as prelates, t...
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Junta

[Spanish American Independence] Juntas emerged in Spanish America as a result of Spain facing a political crisis due to the abdication of Ferdinand VII and Napoleon Bonaparte`s invasion. Spanish Americans reacted in much the same way the Peninsular Spanish did, legitimizing their actions through traditional law, which held that there was a ...
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Junta

Jun'ta (jŭn'tȧ) noun ; plural Juntas (-tȧz). [ Spanish , from Latin junctus joined, past participle of jungere to join. See Join , and confer Junto .] A council; a convention; a tribunal; an assembly; esp., the grand council of st...
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junta

a group of officers who rule a country after seizing power
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junta

A Spanish word meaning a group of individuals forming a government, especially after a revolution or coup d'etat.
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Junta

In Spain, a junta is a high council of state. It was originally applied to an irregularly summoned assembly of the states, as distinguished from the Cortes or parliament regularly called together by the authority of the king.
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junta

The military rulers of a country, especially after an army takeover, as in Turkey in 1980. Other examples include Argentina, under Juan Perón and his successors; Chile, under Augusto Pinochet;...
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junta

The military rulers of a country, especially after an army takeover, as in Turkey in 1980. Earlier examples include Argentina, under Juan Perón and his successors; Chile, under Augusto Pinochet; Paraguay, under Alfredo Stroessner; Peru, under Manuel Odría; and Uruguay, under Juan Bordaberry. More recently, Myanmar has been...
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