self-governing


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having political independence

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(of political bodies) not controlled by outside forces

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But all three had to confront the same underlying challenge: the need to protect broad public interests while respecting those of self-governing schools and parents.
The participation of self-governing bodies in specific areas of public life has been regulated in over 100 laws and regulations, as part of implementing the concept "from a strong State to a strong civil society".
What those same people choose to ignore is that the Dundee builder also has more in common with his counterparts in Dusseldorf or Rotterdam, but that does not mean that countries should not be self-governing.
The article pays attention to the economic classification of costs with emphasis placed on capital expenditure, which is defined as investments exceeding a period of one fiscal year that serve to finance long-term investment needs and which should be directed to the economic or social infrastructure, which in turn, in Slovakia, is represented by the budget sections of the regional self-governing authorities, transportation, healthcare, culture, education, and social care.
Yorkshire now has a population larger than the two nearest self-governing nations of Wales and Scotland.
Today, self-governing authorities have the right and opportunity to develop their areas, First Vice Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Joomart Otorbayev said on January 29 at the board meeting of the governor's office of Talas region on the results of work in 2013.
Britain and Argentina fought a 10-week war in 1982 over the remote South Atlantic islands, which are part of Britain's self-governing overseas territories.
The 16 colonies still listed by the UN are mostly islands, such as Bermuda, which is internally self-governing and does not seek independence, leaving defense and foreign policy to Great Britain.
democratic theory, liberal democracy, conceptual critique, methodological procedures, self-governing community
1948: Ceylon became a self-governing dominion within the Commonwealth.
Since 1999 the self-governing devolved Celtic countries have controlled education, health, local government, planning, housing, industry, social services, law and order, transport etc.
The Limits of Boundaries: Why City-Regions Cannot be Self-Governing
Venezuela wants to strengthen economic and political ties with the self-governing, Spanish-speaking island, said Jorge Valero, Venezuela's ambassador to the Organization of American States.
We have to take a grown-up view on the EU and prepare to exit from it immediately so that we can use our national product, taxpayer's money, in the way it should be used for us, and become self-governing once again, not slaves to a repressive and flawed regime which threatens to destroy our economy and even our very way of life.
Georgetown officials now say they will launch a self-governing Council of Affiliated Protestant Ministries with the goal of maintaining effective communication.