Military junta

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A military junta (/ˈhʊntə, ˈʌn-/) is a government led by a committee of military leaders. The term junta comes from Spanish and Portuguese and means committee, specifically a board of directors. Sometimes it becomes a military dictatorship, though the terms are not synonymous.

Well-known military juntas[edit]

Failed military juntas[edit]

Countries currently with juntas[edit]

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