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 List of active autonomist and secessionist movements - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This is a list of currently active, autonomist and secessionist movements around the world.
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.
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Most nationalist movements began in opposition to the existing order, but by the 20th century, there were regimes which primarily identified themselves as nationalist.
Within established nation-states, there are many secessionist movements, some of them seeking the creation of a new sovereign state, for instance in Quebec.
The secessionists speak of state nationalism to discredit the legitimacy of the larger state, since state nationalism is perceived as less authentic and less democratic.
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 List of historical autonomist and secessionist movements - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of historical autonomist and secessionist movements around the world.
For currently active movements, please see: List of active autonomist and secessionist movements.
Political: Movement for the Liberation of São Tomé and Príncipe (MLSTP)
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The term separatist movements usually refers to social movements that aspire to autonomy for a particular group of people from a dominant political institution under which they suffer, although separatism can also be enforced by a ruling political power, as occurred in South Africa under apartheid.
Broadly peaceful movements ended in the break-up of Czechoslovakia and of the Soviet Union.
Separatist movements often have at least a superficial basis in nationalism or in religious fervour.
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His activity in revolutionary movements caused him to be outlawed soon after he joined, and in 1831 he went to Marseille, where he organized a new political society called La Giovine Italia ("Young Italy").
There are two chief secession movements represented by active political parties: one in the North (Lega Nord), and one in the South (Due Sicilie).
Secessionist parties still exist, but the secessionist movement has been mostly pacified by the granting of substantial autonomy by the Italian government.
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Tourism is particularly concentrated on the area around Porto Vecchio and Calvi in the west of the island, and Bonifacio in the south.
Corsica is currently governed as a list of regions in France.
In 2000, List of Prime Ministers of France Lionel Jospin agreed to grant an increased degree of autonomy to Corsica in exchange for a cessation of violence.
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 Savoy - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The traditional capital remains Chambéry (Chiamberì), on the rivers Leysse and Albane, hosting the castle of the House of Savoy and the Savoyard senate.
With a 99.8% vote in favour of joining France, there were also allegations of vote-rigging.
In the March 1998 regional elections, 1 seat (out of 23) was won by Patrice Abeille, leader of the Ligue Savoisienne (Savoie League, founded 1994) which two years earlier had set up a 'provisional Savoie government'.
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The modern separatist / regionalist movements are discussed in the "Annexation and Opposition" section in this article.
For reasons such as these, there is currently a peaceful separatist movement in the départements, as well as a faction in favor of greater regional powers.
The Mouvement Région Savoie (Savoy Regional Movement) was founded in December 1971 as a 'movement' (rather than a traditional political party) in favour or regional autonomy.
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 Savoy - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Mouvement Région Savoie (Savoie Regional Movement) was founded in December 1971 as a 'movement' (rather than a traditional political party) in favour or regional autonomy.
In the 1996 local elections the Savoie Regional Movement received 19,434 votes.
You can find it there under the keyword Savoy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savoy)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Savoyandaction=history).
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 List of countries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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It covers all areas under the jurisdiction of the listed countries, namely territory, territorial waters (including internal waters and contiguous zone), Exclusive Economic Zone, continental shelf and airspace.
The names of countries in the list are given in English and include both an English version of the short official names (e.g.
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It presents a merger of the various regional movements including the Lombard League and the League of Venice.
The movement was founded in 1989, and was part of Silvio Berlusconi's government in 1994.
In 1996 the movement announced that its aim was the independence of Northern Italy under the name Padania, a name referring to the Po River valley, but which the Northern League gave a geographically broader usage that has been steadily gaining currency.
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There are several movements on the island calling for some degree of Corsican self-governance from France, or even full indeрendence.
Generally sрeaking, autonomist рroрosals focus on the рromotion of the Corsican language, more рower for local governments, and some exemрtions from national tax es in addition to those already aррlying to Corsica.
In a referendum on July 6, 2003, a narrow majority of Corsican voters oррosed a рroject from the government of Jean-Pierre Raffarin and Minister of the Interior (France) Nicolas Sarkozy that would have suррressed the two déрartements of the island and granted greater autonomy to the territorial collectivity of Corsica.
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The leader of the revolutionary movement in Piedmont was Santorre di Santarosa, who wanted to remove the Austrians and unify Italy under the Savoy dynasty.
After fleeing the country because of earlier revolutionary activity, the revolutions of 1848 again opened Italy to Mazzini and Garibaldi, though both were again eventually forced to flee.
Mazzini was discontented with the perpetuation of monarchial government, and continued to agitate for a republic.
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 Tibet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Due to limited arable land, livestock raising is the primary occupation.
In recent years, due to the increased interest in Tibetan Buddhism tourism has become an increasingly important sector, and is actively promoted by the authorities.
Between the 1960s and 1980s, many prisoners (over 1 million, according to Harry Wu) were sent to laogai camps in Amdo (Qinghai), where they were then employed locally after release.
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 List of active autonomist and secessionist movements - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Political: Assyrian Democratic Movement (ADM) and the Assyrian Universal Alliance (AUA)
Violent: Kosovo Liberation Army (defunct, became Kosovo Protection Corps) Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Democratic Party of Kosovo, National Movement for the Liberation of Kosovo, The People's Movement for Kosovo
Political: Mouvement Indépendantiste Jurassien (Jurassian Independentist Movement), Mouvement Autonomiste Jurassien (Jurassian Autonomist Movement), Groupe Bélier (Youth activists movement),
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This includes campaigns for independence in which there is no armed wing (of which there is only one significant movement, in the province of Riau) as well as a larger set of conflicts led by regional movements whose interests and demands are more diffuse, but share a desire for greater autonomy from central government control.
Two of the three areas where armed secessionist movements existed or currently exist were not part of Indonesia at the time of independence: East Timor and West Papua.
This suggests that there may be important lessons to be drawn from the leadership exercised by local political and traditional leaders in some regions, as well as previously ignored institutions and mechanisms of local governance and conflict resolution.
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 Separatist
The province of Quebec in Canada has, with the exception of the October Crisis of 1970, fostered a mostly peaceful separatist movement since (say) 1960.
These movements are actually more influenced by economic situations than ethnic differences.
Philippines — Muslim (Moro) separatists in the Muslim-majority southern areas of Mindanao, the Sulu Archipelago and southern Palawan, which are collectively known by the separatist movements as Bangsamoro.
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 Territorial dispute - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The term irredentism (see that article) applies to those border disputes and other territorial claims that one party justifies on the basis of former cultural or ethnic attachment.
See List of territorial disputes and List of active autonomist and secessionist movements.
WorldStatesman - click on any state for the listing (after the chronological lists of statesmen) of Territorial Disputes it is party to
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For example, the Northwest Aroostook, Maine "territory" in the far north is listed as having an area of 2,668 square miles and a population of 27, or one person for every 100 square miles.
Supporters of the secession note that almost all Vermont towns were first chartered by New Hampshire, and point out that these two states already have some unusual cross-border links, including two of the rarely seen interstate school districts in the United States (a third is shared by Oregon and Nevada).
See List of mountains in New Hampshire New Hampshire was home to the famous geological formation called the Old Man of the Mountain, a face-like profile in Franconia Notch, until May 2 to May 3, 2003, when the symbol of New Hampshire collapsed.
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The names of countries in the list are given in English and include both the short official names (e.g.
There are 243 entities on this list, considered to be countries.
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 directopedia : Directory : Regional : Asia : China : Tibet
In recent years, tourism has become an increasingly important sector, and is actively promoted by the authorities.
This table includes all Tibetan autonomous entities in the People's Republic of China, plus Xining PLC and Haidong P. The latter two are included to complete the figures for Qinghai province, and also because they are claimed as parts of Greater Tibet by the Government of Tibet in exile.
Here you find the list of authors of this article.
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The latest elections occurred in 2005, and as all previous elections, international observers believe them to have been corrupt, arousing many accusations from opposition parties that President Emomali Rahmonov manipulates the election process.
Tajikistan to this date is the only country in Central Asia to have included an active opposition in its government.
In the Parliament, opposition groups have often clashed with the ruling party, but this has not led to great instability.
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This is a list of all flags available here, mostly national and regional flags.
National flags can be viewed inside the gallery of sovereign state flags, flags of non-recognized nations, flags of formerly independent states, flags of dependent territories, flags of subnational entities, flags of indigenous peoples and flags of active autonomist and secessionist movements.
They are classified inside the lists of flags.
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