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- v. Alternative spelling of demobilize.
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- v. retire from military service
- v. release from military service or remove from the active list of military service
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He claimed that Masetlha was working with Mantashe to "demobilise" the campaign to elect Mbalula as the next secretary general in 2012.
They wanted to "demobilise" the ANC to become only an "electoral machine.
They are nothing less than an attempt to demobilise the left's natural constituencies the working and progressive middle classes, the demographic majority in the UK.
On Friday, Uganda said it signed an accord with the LRA for the rebels to disarm, demobilise and reintegrate into the army as a last step before signing a comprehensive peace deal to end more than 20 years of war.
The different factions had suggested they were ready to stop fighting and demobilise after getting sight of a historic deal presented to them Monday.
"We know they've chosen us because we're Tutsi," a Burundian officer who asked to remain anonymous told AFP, adding "we are not refusing to demobilise but we are victims of mistreatment".
More than 650 mostly Tutsi soldiers in Burundi refused to demobilise on Monday in the small central African country, citing unfair ethnic treatment.
"But the LRA will not disarm or demobilise until the ICC warrants of arrest and some other issues within the agreement are resolved."
Integrationist Front (FNI) militia, has been promising to demobilise his forces in return for a general amnesty and a colonel's rank in the FARDC, which he has obtained.
The subjective crisis of the 1996 project relates to the multiple effects of attempts to demobilise and reconfigure the ANC and its alliance as the necessary condition for a technocratic, state-led delivery process working hand-in-glove with big capital.
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