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

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Para compreender a dinamica da Junta Geral procuramos nao apenas identificar as suas atribuicoes, como tambem estabelecer a sua composicao e as alteracoes de forcas entre os seus membros.
Prayuth Chan-ocha, the prime minister of Thailand and the junta chief, grew increasingly suspicious and immediately tightened border checks to prevent Yingluck from leaving the country.
We are obliged, even after 50 years, to engage in some self-criticism because we and nobody else are to blame for allowing the junta to spread its tentacles across all social groups.
It concludes by analyzing several Greek elementary and middle school textbooks that were used when the Junta was in power, and discusses the Junta's lasting impact on Greek education.
But the king is 88 and ailing, and the junta appears intent on maintaining an iron grip at least until after a royal succession.
This issue reflected primarily on the ruling class' movement toward saving their regime, or the 1952 regime itself, which at that moment was threatened with collapse due to the tendencies and practices of the ruling junta.
said Pavin Chachavalpongpun, a Thai professor of Southeast Asian studies at Japan's Kyoto University whose passport was revoked after criticizing the coup and refusing to respond to a junta summons ordering home.
The junta, which is already holding most of the government it ousted in a coup Thursday in secret locations against their will, said it would keep former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and others in custody for up to a week to give them ''time to think'' and keep the country calm.
It's clear as crystal that the junta can only temporarily hold power in this way.
Asi mismo, el codigo Japones habla del trato igualitario de los accionistas (Ahmadjian y Okumura, 2011), senala funciones basicas de la Junta Directiva y politicas de divulgacion de informacion a accionistas, pero carece de normas con respecto al tiempo previo para citar a la Asamblea General de Accionistas (AGA).
Aunque desde el 5 de enero de 2006 presente una demanda por despido injustificado, la Junta Local de Conciliacion y Arbitraje se tardo aproximadamente un ano para realizar el emplazamiento (expediente 15/06).
En un acto de etica y congruencia, ademas de renunciar, el presidente de la Junta Federal de Conciliacion y Arbitraje (JFCA), Eduardo Andrade Salaverria, deberia cambiar el mensaje de su portal de internet donde asegura que el organo a su cargo goza de plena autonomia para emitir sus resoluciones.
Sources close to the military said military-appointed members of both houses of parliament have together nominated only one person, Tin Aung Myint Oo, who is currently secretary of the junta and a USDP parliamentarian in the lower house.
22 -- Before the controversial polls in November 2010, Burma's military junta says the November 7 elections are essential to the achievement of democracy and civilian ruling in the country.