What is the Meaning of Repudiation | Definition and What is Repudiation

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The action (and effect) to repudiate the name of repudiation. This concept, which comes from the latin word repudĭum and means 'discharge', indicates the rejection of something or its non-acceptance. Examples: "the words of the British Governor caused a feeling of repudiation and anger", "leaders of the club have summoned an act of repudiation against the acts of violence", "the president was surprised by the repudiation of the people.
Repudiation can be expressed in different ways. A spontaneous act of repudiation can be with boos or insults in chorus during a game or a public speech. If a football player hits an opponent without the ball, it is likely to be repudiated by the public, or at least by the followers of the team to which belongs the injured player.
Other acts of repudiation are premeditated and require a certain organization. When the United States attacked the Iraq, several left-wing political parties have appealed to markets of repudiation against the embassies of the USA. Thus, they launched a campaign encouraging the protesters to protest then some actions developed in the context of the event (speeches, concerts, etc.).
Repudiation can also be documented and disclosed by means of a publication or a letter. Suite, for example, anti-Semitic statements of an actor, a non-governmental organization may decide to write an application whereby it expressed its repudiation to such statements and require that the artist was punished for his discriminatory remarks. This request is sent to the media and published on the website of the NGO.
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