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- n. Alternative spelling of federalization.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See federalization, federalize.
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- n. the state of being under federal control
- n. the act of being put under federal control
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Another suggestion freely thrown out is that Home Rule is only the beginning of a process of federalisation which is to bring us to the goal of Imperial Federation.
Therefore, without any democratic mandate to do so, Angela Merkel and her coterie are now openly seeking a radical federalisation of Europe -- merrily subsuming ancient nation states and riding roughshod over the basic principles of democratic accountability.
On the shaky grounds that the old style of federalisation (a style rejected by Plaid Cymru) means "closing" a school on Friday afternoon to be "re-opened" the following Monday morning as part of a federal school, Llais Gwynedd candidates went from door to door claiming that Plaid Cymru wanted to close schools like Tremadog, Beddgelert and Brynaearu.
On the shaky grounds that the old style of federalisation a style rejected by Plaid Cymru means "closing" a school on Friday afternoon to be "re-opened" the following Monday morning as part of a federal school, Llais Gwynedd candidates went from door to door claiming that Plaid Cymru wanted to close schools like Tremadog, Beddgelert and Brynaearu.
Instead of sticking to one BBC there should be federalisation, as Samir Shah of the BBC's Executive Board suggested recently, creating a national channel for each one of the four countries including a BBC England.
The devolution of powers to Scotland, Wales, etc., is the start of a so far incomplete federalisation of British internal government.
The current difficulties, including the role of Islam, the degree of federalisation, access to oil revenues, and possible Kurdish autonomy, were entirely expected by those who understood the country.
Governments as the Provisional Government of the Czecho-Slovak State and nation, in complete accord with the declaration of the Czech deputies in Prague on January 6, 1918, and realising that federalisation and, still more, autonomy mean nothing under a Habsburg dynasty, do hereby make and declare this our Declaration of
Habsburgs are promising the federalisation of the empire and autonomy to the dissatisfied nationalities committed to their rule, we, the
Earl Grey, an admitted authority on federal constitutions, urged that if, as the Government were continually assuring the country, Home Rule was the first step in the federalisation of the United Kingdom, there was every reason why Ulster should be a distinct unit in the federal system.