Panamanian Modern History Vocabulary

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Republic

democracy

instability

political exile

Protest

Ivasion

globalization

referendum

Treaty

suffrage

reversion

state

government

subsidy

Neo-liberalism

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A general vote made by the people of a country for or against a particular government proposal.

group of people that governs a community or unit.

ideas that defends the non-participation of the State in the economy, leaving out any governmental interference

experience characterized by the imposition of a government of the departure of the homeland

Economic benefit or financial aid provided by a government to support a desirable activity

Public statement expresses by a person, group, or organization who strongly disagree with a government policy or practice.

The right or chance to vote, express an opinion, or participate in a decision.

The process by which a place or properties are returned to a previous owner or government.

A formally , internationally, legally, and ratified agreement made by two or more countries or groups.

A state that is not in equilibrium, or in which a change or changes could have irreversible effect.

social, political and economic organization, which is constituted mainly by its own territory, population, sovereignty and legislation

opening of local and nationalistic perspectives to a broader outlook of an interconnected and interdependent world with free transfer of capital, goods, and services across national frontiers

Political doctrine in favor to the intervention of the people in the government and to improve the condition of the people as well.

Form of government in which power is divided into three powers and the election of its representatives falls on the people.

Movement of an army into a region, usually in a hostile attack that's part of a war or conflict with the objective of conquering territory