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Noun Concept
Categories: Self-governance, Decolonization, Political theories, Forms of local government, Collective rights
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self-government  self-determination  self-rule  self-governance  autonomous government
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The right of a people to self-determination is a cardinal principle in modern international law, binding, as such, on the United Nations as authoritative interpretation of the Charter's norms. Wikipedia
Self-governance, self-government, or self-rule is the ability of a person or group to exercise all necessary functions of regulation without intervention from an external authority. Wikipedia
Right of nations to make their own decisions without interference from others. Wikipedia Disambiguation
Principle in international law; the right of peoples to freely choose their sovereignty Wikidata
The ability or right to make one's own decisions without interference from others. Wiktionary
The governance of a region by its own populace; autonomy. Wiktionary
Rule of a group of people by their own leaders as opposed to rule imposed by a foreign government or people. Wiktionary
Rule of a group of people by their own leaders. Wiktionary (translation)
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The radical party agitated for the region to secede from the confederation and establish self-government. Wiktionary
Britain resumed direct control of North Ireland after just nine weeks of self-rule. Wiktionary