Junta ( /ˈdʒʌntə/ or /ˈhʊntə/) may refer to:


  • Military-led government:
    • By military junta or committee
    • Military dictatorship regardless of structure
  • Other governance:
    • Junta (Habsburg)
    • Specific to Spain:
      • Name of some of the institutions of government of the autonomous communities of Spain (e.g. la Junta de Andalucía, the Andalusian Autonomous Government)
      • Junta (Peninsular War), 1808–1810
      • Junta acting as jury in Valladolid debate, 1550s
    • Argentina in 1810s:
      • Primera Junta, 1810
      • Junta Grande, 1810s
    • Chile in the 1810s:
      • List of Government Juntas of Chile
    • Greece 1967-1974:
      • Greek Junta

Titled expressive works:

  • Junta (album), an album by Phish
  • Junta (game), a board game from West End Games
  • Junta (comics), a fictional Marvel Comics character


  • A function which is dependent on only a constant number of its arguments.

Other articles related to "junta, juntas":

Spyros Moustaklis
... During the military junta years in Greece, he actively opposed the dictatorship and suffered permanent damage as the result of torture, making him a symbol of the anti-junta resistance ... that took part in the attempted Navy revolt in 1973 against the Papadopoulos junta ... After the fall of the junta he became close friends with another resistance hero, Alexandros Panagoulis ...
Nguyen Huu Co - Junta
... South Vietnam had a series of short-lived juntas, including military-supervised civilian cabinets over the next 18 months ... Khánh promised to dissolve the junta and create a National Assembly within a year ... came to a head at a meeting of the junta on 26/27 August, as they blamed each other's polcies and machinations for the problems ...
La Junta Municipal Airport
... La Junta Municipal Airport (ICAO KLHX, FAA LID LHX) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) north of the central business district of La Junta, in Otero County ... It is owned and operated by the City of La Junta ... identifier for the FAA and IATA, La Junta Municipal Airport is assigned LHX by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA ...
Athens Polytechnic Uprising - The Causes
1973 found the junta leader Papadopoulos having undertaken a "liberalisation" process of the regime, which included the release of political prisoners and the partial lifting of censorship ... to undertake political action against the junta ... The junta, trying to control every aspect of politics, had interfered with student syndicalism since 1967, by banning student elections in universities, forcibly drafting students and imposing non-elect ...
Spanish American Wars Of Independence - Creation of New Governments
... This impasse was resolved through negotiations between the juntas and the Council of Castile, which led to the creation of a "Supreme Central and Governmental Junta of ... that the traditional kingdoms of the peninsula would send two representatives to this Central Junta, and that the overseas kingdoms would send one representative each ... Several important and large cities were left without direct representation in the Supreme Junta ...