subversion


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subversion

1. the act or an instance of subverting or overthrowing a legally constituted government, institution, etc.
2. the state of being subverted; destruction or ruin
3. something that brings about an overthrow
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At the same time, Dr Matiang'i directed that three private television stations NTV, KTN and Citizen TV which were shut down on Tuesday, to remain off air until investigations into the subversion claims against them are concluded.
He was detained in May 2015 and charged with subversion.
We are more excited than ever about the traction in the SVN community, and the innovation happening on Subversion.
The President did not specify any group but tagged those that are 'teaching subversion, communism.
The Supreme Court of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on Friday sentenced South Korea-born US citizen Kim Dong-chul to 10 years of hard labour for subversion of the DPRK social system and espionage activities," Xinhua said.
China has formally arrested at least five Chinese human rights lawyers on suspicion of "inciting subversion of state power" and subverting state power after months of secret detention, one of their colleagues said on Tuesday.
Garibashvili went on to add that this claim can be regarded as subversion against the country.
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En ultima instancia, apunta Munoz Ogayar, la traduccion posmoderna empleada para adaptar estos textos al cine logra mantener intacto el proceso de subversion generico que el autor trazo a nivel textual en la segunda parte del estudio.
34 of 2011 which joins the application of the penalties for subversion of institutions and offences on labour freedom to the existence of the state of emergency.
He was prevented by police from attending another mourning activity for Lin in April 2010 and he was detained in September that year and formally arrested for subversion charges the following month.
China: Chinese democracy activist Li Tie has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for subversion, becoming the third dissident to be put behind bars in less than a month, a relative said Thursday.