Occitan nationalism

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Occitan nationalism is a social and political movement in Occitania.wikipedia
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Occitania

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Occitan nationalism is a social and political movement in Occitania.
If Occitan language and culture are almost always associated with it, we also find references to a common history, an ethnic group, a homeland, to a people or to a nation.

Lucha Occitana

Occitan Struggle
This is why Lucha Occitana defines Occitania as a popular nationality, that is to say as a nation in the making.
The group had a revolutionary, autonomist, and Occitan nationalist ideology, and was headquartered in Toulouse.

Regionalism (politics)

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In the same way as the other nationalist movements of the rest of the France and Europe, the core of the claims focused on cultural identity and right of minorities.

Occitan Republican Left

Occitan Republican Left (Esquèrra Republicana Occitana) is an Occitanist political party in Val d'Aran comarca of Catalonia, Spain.

Bastir!

Bastir OccitanieBastir Occitània
candidate on the 8th district of Haute-Garonne, the Occitanist candidacy of Jérôme Piques (Occitan Nation Party) in that constituency.

Self-determination

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Nationalists seek self-determination, greater autonomy or the creation of a sovereign state of Occitania.

Autonomy

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Nationalists seek self-determination, greater autonomy or the creation of a sovereign state of Occitania.

Occitan language

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The basis of nationalism is linguistic and cultural although currently the Occitan varieties are minority languages within the language area.

Monaco

Principality of MonacoMonegasqueMonégasque
The territories claimed under the Occitan nation represent a large part of southern France, Monaco, part of Spain (Val d'Aran) and Italy (Occitan Valleys, Guardia Piemontese).

Occitan Valleys

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The territories claimed under the Occitan nation represent a large part of southern France, Monaco, part of Spain (Val d'Aran) and Italy (Occitan Valleys, Guardia Piemontese).

Guardia Piemontese

La Gàrdia (Guardia Piemontese)
The territories claimed under the Occitan nation represent a large part of southern France, Monaco, part of Spain (Val d'Aran) and Italy (Occitan Valleys, Guardia Piemontese).

Gaullism

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Occitan nationalism re-appears as a reaction of injustice in the regions of southern France in the face of the economic and energy restructuring undertaken by the Gaullists ruling in the 1960s, which gave priority to the regions most prosperous of the northern country.

Decazeville

La Sala
In 1962, the French government decided in a completely arbitrary way to close the mining and industrial complex of La Sala, fact which then became regarded as the catalyst of the modern Occitan claims.

Partit de la Nacion Occitana

Occitan Nationalist PartyOccitan Nation Party (PNO)PNO
Lucha Occitana objected, ideologically speaking, to the nationalism of the Partit de la Nacion Occitana: the Occitan nation being a starting point for the Partit de la Nacion Occitana, then it was a point of arrival for Lucha Occitana.

1973 oil crisis

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From the 1973 oil crisis, the evolution of the international economic situation will change the game for several decades.

Trente Glorieuses

Les Trente GlorieusesThe Thirty Glorious YearsFrench economy rebounded
The economic crisis that followed the end of Trente Glorieuses will affect all France.

France

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In the same way as the other nationalist movements of the rest of the France and Europe, the core of the claims focused on cultural identity and right of minorities.

Ideology

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The Occitan nationalism of the 1980s lost its influence on society mainly because of the fragmentation of parties and organizations between different ideologies, as well as the inability to articulate a romantic nationalism covering such a large territory with a heterogeneous social reality.

Romantic nationalism

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The Occitan nationalism of the 1980s lost its influence on society mainly because of the fragmentation of parties and organizations between different ideologies, as well as the inability to articulate a romantic nationalism covering such a large territory with a heterogeneous social reality.