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NOUN   self-government | -
self-government {noun}
самоуправление {ср}
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Translation for 'self government' from English to Bulgarian

self-government {noun}
самоуправление {ср}пол.
Usage Examples English
  • In 1978, an advisory referendum was held to determine the views of ACT citizens about whether there should be self-government.
  • Here, Smith met American publisher and diplomat Benjamin Franklin, who a few years later would lead the opposition in the American colonies against four British resolutions from Charles Townshend (in history known as the Townshend Acts), which threatened American colonial self-government and imposed revenue duties on a number of items necessary to the colonies.
  • In 1985, a new constitution was enacted, promoting self-government which has continued to devolve power to the islanders.
  • Some churches have given an eparchy or group of eparchies varying degrees of autonomy (self-government).
  • In the 1870's he became friends with the poet Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson who shared his interests in Norwegian self-government.
  • The Free French, under General Charles de Gaulle, were determined to recover Indochina, though they offered Cambodia and the other Indochinese protectorates a carefully circumscribed measure of self-government.
  • Finally, the communes had self-government within their own sphere.
  • In the Middle Ages, boroughs were settlements in England that were granted some self-government; burghs were the Scottish equivalent.
  • When the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly was created in 1974, the head of government was officially known as majority leader.
  • As director of curriculum development, North outlined four goals of the educational project: providing a "detailed study" of the "history of liberty"; teaching a "thorough understanding of Austrian economics"; serving as "an academically rigorous curriculum that is tied to primary source" material rather than textbooks; and teaching "the Biblical principle of self-government and personal responsibility", which North called "the foundation of the market economy".
  • In a federation, the division of power between federal and regional governments is usually outlined in the constitution.
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