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Demand For National Self Determination In Basque (In Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about Basque region in Spain, and how it has fought for its autonomy.

Lavanya Kapoor
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  1. Demand for national self- determination in Basque


  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor Pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR, Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about them IN PERSON *Have a passion for teaching &Currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy https://unacademy.com/user/lavanya13.100


  3. Spain 7



  4. Basque is a hilly region It is quite prosperous, and is an AUTONOMOUS REGION It is officially called the BASQUE AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY This region enjoys even more autonomy than Jammu and Kashmir in India


  5. Dissatisfaction of the leaders Even with the autonomous status, some leaders of Basque are not satisfied They constantly demand for separate statehood


  6. What are the basis on which separate statehood is being demanded? The language of Basque is quite different from Spanis The terrain of Basque is quite hilly. This makes it different from rest of the Spain Basque had neve surrendered itself (since the Roman era) It had its own systems of justice, finance an administration


  7. When so many things are different from the rest of the country, it is genuine to feel isolated and alienated in your own land


  8. How Spain tried to suppress the people of Basque The Spanish rulers tried to eliminate these differences in the nineteenth century A Spanish leader named Franco BANNED the use of Basque language in public places Some leaders also tried to abolish the unique administrative and political system existing in Basque


  9. How Spain tried to suppress the people of Basque The Spanish rulers tried to eliminate these differences in the nineteenth century A Spanish leader named Franco BANNED the use of Basque language in public places Some leaders also tried to abolish the unique administrative and political system existing in Basque


  10. Quite obviously, this led to revolt by the people of Basique This revolt is also called the modern Basque Nationalist Movement The revolt became successful and all these regressive measures were withdrawn


  11. Basque Separatist Group Disbands, After Decades Of Bloody Conflict


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