A good example is the European Union's rebuffing of attempts by Catalonia to secede
California is far from the first to attempt to secede
from its larger whole.
He insisted that Washington should give those states the right to secede
Editors Miller and Williams, frequent contributors on education and media topics themselves, have selected several dozen pieces from The Vermont Commons's archive to highlight in Most Likely to Secede
Some felt it was treasonous to secede
from England, but those 'traitors' became our country's greatest patriots.
Sunday was the last day for Texas' petition to secede
from the union to gather 25,000 digital signatures, the number needed to warrant a response from the White House.
If we want to secede
, we'll still need some leadership.
Southerners voted to secede
in a January referendum, the culmination of a 2005 peace deal that ended decades of civil war.
Al Baidh, who is exiled in Germany, has been calling for the south to secede
from the north and end a unity deal in place since May 22, 1990.
The best option would be to allow the city of Los Angeles to secede
from the LAUSD, or allow the 26 other cities to secede
and join other districts, create their own districts, or form a Joint Powers Authority.
argues that any group of people has the moral right to secede
and form a state as long as the secession will leave both resulting states in a position to perform the requisite political functions.
There is no sensible and rational government in East Timor, now or in the future, as there is none anywhere in the world, that could tell the Acehnese and the Papuans that we support their right to secede
Baker's reading of the resulting chaos as the islanders try to secede
from the state is wonderful.
Declared the court, "Although the members of a local church may secede
from a hierarchical system, they cannot secede
and take the church property with them.
Since Proposition 22 passed, I'm helping West Hollywood secede