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  • n. Plural form of expropriation.


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  • Negotiating territorial concessions while continually expanding the framework for territorial expropriations is not a framework for success.

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  • Though Lenin eventually condemned the armed bands he secretly directed them in their proletarian "expropriations", a widespread and popular activity in Italy of the 1970s and 80s and always a harbinger of revolt, rebellion and revolution.

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  • Sinaloa's Secretary of Tourism (successful), Coahuila's Attorney General (the restaurant at which he was dining with a Texas mayor was sprayed with automatic weapon fire), and a Baja California finance undersecretary (hung by the neck from a Tijuana freeway overpass) - suggest revolutionary retribution in a year that marks the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution in which jitters of new uprisings are legion - January 1st was welcomed in with anarchist bombs, sabotage, and "expropriations" in Mexico City and Tijuana on the northern border.


  • Before his exit, Mr. Chavez handed a few of his presidential functions to Mr. Jaua and Finance Minister Jorge Giordani, including some budgetary duties and greater oversight of government expropriations.

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  • There is a method to these expropriations, as documented by 125 e-mail exchanges with Klein that were recently unearthed by the Daily News.

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  • The government must also reform the legislation on rural land takings, limiting the scope for expropriations, improving compensation, and increasing transparency.

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  • The government in Harare tried price controls, which merely exacerbated the shortages caused by Mugabe's expropriations.

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  • But companies have been hesitant to put more money into Venezuela as a result of expropriations, heavy government regulation and often-hostile policies toward the private sector, all of which have cut production capacity during the 12 years that Mr. Chávez has been in charge.

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  • In October, glassmaker Owens-Illinois Inc. was expropriated, and Mr. Chávez alluded to future expropriations.

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  • A May 2010 survey by Caracas-based Keller & Associates showed 74% of Venezuelans oppose Chávez's expropriations.

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