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- auto yes , date december 2009 in politics , unitarisation is a process of uniting a political entity which consists of smaller region s,
- in the turmoil that characterized argentine politics at the time, dorrego was ********inated by unitarists and facundo was defeated by
- by general herman willem daendels , which brought the radical unitarist faction of wybo fijnje and pieter vreede to power, and he helped
- between yugoslav unitarists who advocated giving more powers to the central government and federalists who wanted to shift power to the republics.
- as this was totally unacceptable to the unitarists, this draft was subsequently amended into its opposite, by a compromise that finally
- for which fox coined the name 'unitary' (later unitarist), denies that the interests of employers and employees were significantly
- gogel pla**** an important role in this coalition, even though he (as a convinced unitarist) and schimmelpenninck (as the leader of the
- although the motto is often used in belgicist or unitarist circles (as a call to fleming s and walloons , natives of brussels and german
- between 1812 and 1816 divisions developed between an unitarist faction centred on buenos aires and a federalist faction in the provinces,
- unitarist perspective: in unitarism, the organization is perceived as an integrated and harmonious whole with the ideal of 'one happy family