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A junta or military junta (pron.: // or //) is a government led by a committee of military leaders. The term derives from the Spanish word junta meaning committee or meeting, specifically a board of directors. Sometimes it becomes a military dictatorship, though the terms are not synonymous.
|Country||Years||Name / link|
|Mixed military-run governments
Aftermath of 6 October 1976
National Peace Keeping Council
Council for National Security
|Greece||1967–1974||Regime of the Colonels|
|Peru||1968–1980||Dictatorial military government|
|Provisional military junta
|Portugal||1974–1976||National Salvation Junta|
|Argentina||1976–1983||National Reorganization Process|
|El Salvador||1979–1982||Revolutionary Government Junta|
|Liberia||1980–1986||People's Redemption Council|
|Poland||1981–1983||Military Council of National Salvation|
|Burma||1988–2011||State Peace and Development Council|
|Mauritania||2008–2009||Abdel Aziz junta|
|Egypt||2011–2012||Supreme Council of the Armed Forces|
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