Traducción de self-government en Español:

self-government

autogobierno, n.

Pronunciación /ˌsɛlfˈɡʌv(ə)nmənt//sɛlf ˈɡəvər(n)mənt/

nombre

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    autogobierno masculino
    autonomía femenino
    • He demanded responsible parliamentary government, local self-government and an independent judiciary.
    • The final point to note about the elections is that democracy is meant to be about self-government.
    • New Zealand finally emerged as an imperial power in its own right after gaining self-government from Britain at the turn of the century.
    • That said, the problem still exists that self-government will not guarantee democracy or an openness that will take on board the wishes of ordinary people.
    • The colony gained internal self-government in 1964, becoming fully independent on 10 July 1973.
    • By disempowerment, the tribunal referred to the denigration and destruction of Maori autonomy, or self-government.
    • The purpose of their constitutions is to contract radically the sphere of self-government - of democratic politics.
    • This power is realised directly through the organs of state power and local self-government.
    • Freedom, democracy, security, solidarity, free enterprise and self-government are the main principles of the programme.
    • It consisted of the landed gentlemen of NSW who assumed they would constitute the government when the colony acquired self-government.
    • It started well, but devolution quickly became an end in itself rather than a start of a process of democratisation and self-government.
    • The key is not so much to reduce group representation in federal bodies as it is to balance group representation with self-government.
    • In others, the push for self-government had more respectable democratic credentials.
    • Their governments have very limited powers, and their people are too busy practicing self-government to worry about problems in other countries.
    • A former province of a state is being prepared for substantial autonomy and self-government.
    • Officially, Puerto Rico became a U.S. commonwealth in 1952, when the island was granted limited self-government.
    • Its claims are not incompatible with those of science, technology, and democratic self-government.
    • This vision of cooperative self-government often produced republicanism and even democracy comparable to classical Greek democracy.
    • Democratic self-government is not the most important thing in the world - but it's hardly chopped liver, either.
    • In June 1964, Britain accepted proposals for democratic self-government in Botswana.