Translation of separatism in Spanish:


separatismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɛp(ə)rəˌtɪzəm/ /ˈsɛp(ə)rətɪz(ə)m/

See Spanish definition of separatismo


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    separatismo masculine
    • The curse of nationalism and religious separatism has to be recognised and accepted as a force.
    • Among the most common of these are ethnic separatism and communal violence.
    • But it is only in the past 40 years that separatism has entered the political mainstream.
    • The new president inherits a nation torn by ethnic violence and separatism.
    • The situation has become increasingly tense as street protests, ethnic conflict and armed separatism have emerged across the nation.
    • It borrowed phrases from Marxism to cover over its reactionary nationalist programme, which included ethnic separatism.
    • Indonesian leaders recognized the possibility of ethnic and regional separatism from the beginning of the republic.
    • At first a strong advocate of Black separatism, he was prepared to condone violence as a means of self-defence.
    • Perhaps separatism is the result of a corrupt and arrogant government as is the case now.
    • Secondly, he feared separatism and sectarianism.
    • There was no political separatism in France during this period, only a cultural regionalism that was entirely compatible with national unity.
    • Moreover, it noted the organization law prohibits civic groups from advocating communism or separatism.
    • And this is what extended terrorism and separatism to others in the most sensitive area of our country.
    • The program of separatism is completely dependent upon winning the support of the Western powers.
    • Would the member please withdraw the comment he made about advocating separatism.