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It means nocompliance, but it is a legal term for a specific kind fo crime. I suspect it means the act of being a military deserter. Am I correct?
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Old October 07, 2011, 10:07 AM
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It means nocompliance, but it is a legal term for a specific kind fo crime. I suspect it means the act of being a military deserter. Am I correct?
Correct.

As to the military deserter, I don't think it is correct, although it could be taken as such...

As a legal term, it means that you are not renouncing to your venue and the jurisdiction in which you should be tried. (insumisión)
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Old October 07, 2011, 05:15 PM
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Also, "insumisión legal" in Spain means that certain autonomic communities refuse to apply laws that should be enforced all over the country.
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Allthough chileno an Angelica are correct, in this case depends on the context.

In Spain, "la insumisión", "el movimiento insumiso" and "Los insumisos" refers usually to avoiding/not going/not willing to do the military service.
A military deserter is "un desertor" and it's another case.
With other context, as already stated, refers not to obey an order or not willing to be member of an organization.

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Allthough chileno an Angelica are correct, in this case depends on the context.

In Spain, "la insumisión", "el movimiento insumiso" and "Los insumisos" refers usually to avoiding/not going/not willing to do the military service.
A military deserter is "un desertor" and it's another case.
With other context, as already stated, refers not to obey an order or not willing to be member of an organization.

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In that case in Chile we call them "remisos".
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