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Souverainism

Souverainism (from French: souverainisme, pronounced [su.vʁɛ.nism] (About this soundlisten), i.e. the ideology of sovereignty), sovereigntism or sovereignism[1] is a doctrine which supports acquiring or preserving political independence of a nation or a region. It opposes federalism and supranational unions, leaning instead toward confederation or isolationism, and can be associated with certain independence movements.

Europe

In Europe, such political movements aim at a "Europe of the nations" so that every country could see its independence and differences respected. Supporters of the doctrine regard themselves as Euro-realists opposed to the Euro-federalists and call for a confederal version of a European Union. Thus, souverainism is opposed to federalism and typically involves nationalism, particularly in France where the parties lean on it.

France

The souverainiste doctrine is particularly influential in France, where numerous political movements adhere to it:

Germany

Parties with tendencies that could be described also as souverainist can be also found in Germany:

Greece

Parties with tendencies that could be described also as souverainists can also be found in Greece:

Italy

Parties with tendencies that could be described also as souverainist can be also found in Italy:

Serbia

Parties with tendencies that could be described also as souverainist can be also found in Serbia:

Spain

Parties with tendencies that could be described also as souverainist can be also found in Spain:

United Kingdom

Parties with tendencies that could be described also as souverainist can be also found in United Kingdom; the first ever political party who self-described to the ideology in the United Kingdom, came from Wales:

Wales

Canada

In the Canadian province of Quebec, souverainisme or sovereigntism refers to the Quebec sovereignty movement, which argues for Quebec to separate from Canada and become its own nation. Many leaders in the movement, notably René Lévesque, have preferred the terms "sovereignty" and "sovereigntist" over other common names such as separatist or independentist, although this terminology may be objected to by opponents.

Quebec

See also

References

  1. ^ "sovereigntism - Wiktionary". en.wiktionary.org. Retrieved 2019-03-12.



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