rebellion

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organized opposition intended to change or overthrow existing authority

Synonyms for rebellion

refusal to accept some authority or code or convention

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It is the Company's hope that a solution to the social unrest can be achieved as soon as possible and the oil production in the region can resume to the benefit of the country of Tunisia and all its citizens.
It is the Companys hope that a solution to the social unrest can be achieved as soon as possible and the oil production in the region can resume to the benefit of the country of Tunisia and all its citizens.
The 2012 protocol attracted criticism in the media after it was described as the civilian version of the controversial Protocol On Cooperation For Security and Public Order (EMASYA), which authorized the military to gather intelligence regarding internal threats, conduct operations in cities and intervene in social unrest, all without the approval of the civilian government.
The Islamist Ennahda party has been under mounting pressure to relinquish the grip on power it won after the uprising in elections to a constituent assembly, as the economy has stagnated and social unrest has intensified.
According to the report, a new committee will oversee internal security to guard against social unrest, and farmers will be given more property rights over their land.
After ports operator Mersin re-opened the market in early August following months of social unrest and global market instability, blue-chip issuers Coca Cola Icecek and Turk Telekom are the two big mandates in the country's international deal pipeline, which is otherwise expected to be thin compared to the first half of the year.
The country also had to deal with the worst social unrest in more than 20 years as more than 1.
Overall, close to six million people between the ages of 15 and 24 are without a job, sparking talk of a "lost generation" and fears of destabilising social unrest.
In Pakistan, fear of social unrest or possible political wrangling on or before the forthcoming national elections on the 11th of May 2013 is keeping business activity at low ebb.
The European Commission has defined poverty levels and increasing social unrest in Bulgaria as alarming.
SAN FRANCISCO -- YouTube says more than 1 billion people are now visiting its online video site each month to watch everything from clips of cute kittens to scenes of social unrest around the world.
8m were flattened by social unrest and flooding in its major African market.
YVONNE Davies, chief executive of Birmingham Citizens' Advice Bureaux, has got it right when she warns of social unrest over the impact of housing benefit caps, the new universal credit and council tax benefit cuts on thousands of Brummies who currently claim.
You have to appreciate that when growth slows down, even job creation also slows and unemployed and idle people can generate social unrest.