Noun(1) a sudden and decisive change of government illegally or by force
(1) August 19, 1991, was the date of the anti-democratic putsch in Moscow.(2) Taya himself usurped power by force in a 1984 putsch .(3) Following the military putsch in 1980 the system took on a further dimension.(4) To this day the PP claims it was itself the victim of a left-wing putsch and refuses to accept the result of the election.(5) Many of them participated actively in the failed putsch of August 1991.(6) The putsch was rounded off by the Turkish constitutional court which sanctioned the action of the military and banned Refah.(7) The attempted putsch of August 1991 was not far off.(8) I was in Moscow shortly before the putsch in 1993 and I noticed a threatening climate.(9) It was also another putsch, another military putsch , very violent.(10) Not a few thought that the Herut might mount a putsch .(11) Whether this would be achieved by popular uprising or a putsch by a few well placed individuals with Western backing has yet to be seen.(12) Hitler did not come to power through a putsch , but through the ballot-box.(13) In Caracas, the elected president is a Castroite who earlier attempted a beer-hall putsch and is busily immiserating his middle class.(14) In fairness to those behind the alleged attempt at a Conservative putsch , they're not the first to try it hereabouts.(15) Immediately rumours began to circulate that the blackout was part of a putsch against Estrada.(16) De Gaulle became president of France in 1958, following a putsch by French settlers and the military in Algeria.
1. coup ::
2. coup d'etat ::
3. takeover ::
Different Formsputsch, putsches
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