Junta

with junta (of lat. younger = unite, bring together, connect) in the Spanish and Portuguese linguistic area a meeting of the council are usually designated, in the closer sense of word a people or a government commission. In Portugal the local council is called junta de Freguesia. If the military forms the make-having part of a state government, this part of military junta is called. Particularly on the African continent it occurs frequently that political leaders manage such a junta. They attain either by liberty and/or. Movements of independence or Militärput power in the state. These leaders (also “bend one” mentioned) control military, state and police.

See also: Junta (board play)

 

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