Rebellion là gì

     
violent action organized by a group of people who are trying to lớn change the political system in their country:
action against those in authority, against the rules, or against normal & accepted ways of behaving:
 

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violent action organized by a group of people who refuse khổng lồ accept their government’s power và are willing to use force to oppose it:
Rebellion is also a feeling of strong disagreement with an organization or with people in authority:
In response, periodic but intense rebellions erupted throughout the country over the next five sầu years.
Students of social movements, revolutions, rebellions, và general political violence would cer tainly take issue with such a simple linkage.
The military proved more resilient than expected, however, protagonising rebellions in the face of human rights prosecutions and achieving the introduction of amnesty provisions & pardons in 1986 and 1987.
In secure accommodation for children, there were no cases of prothử nghiệm movements, mutinies, rebellions or hunger strikes.
Without intention, the student rebellions led khổng lồ a feeling that universities were incompetent & had to lớn be taken over.
The same was true of the rebellions over the poll tax &, more recently, over foundation hospitals và tuition fees.
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Political repression and leadership corruption alienated popular sectors and sowed the seeds of armed rebellion và subaltern terror.

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By the latter, the report means those who continue with a particular khung of rebellion, or who continue to react against their environment.
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