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* 1993 – The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan loses a 38-year hold on national leadership.
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* Walter Scott Houston ( 1912 – 1993 ) who wrote the " Deep-Sky Wonders " column in Sky & Telescope magazine for almost 50 years.
* 1993 – Monica Seles is stabbed by Günter Parche, an obsessed fan, during a quarterfinal match of the 1993 Citizen Cup in Hamburg, Germany
After re-establishing its credibility in 1989, Australia underlined its superiority with victories in the 1990 – 91, 1993, 1994 – 95, 1997, 1998 – 99, 2001 and 2002 – 03 series, all by convincing margins.
1993 and Liberal
Post-World War II Japan has historically been dominated by the Liberal Democratic Party but there was a brief coalition government formed after the 1993 election following LDP's first loss of its overall House of Representatives majority since 1955.
In 1993 Fraser made a bid for the Liberal Party presidency but withdrew at the last minute following opposition to his bid due to Fraser being critical of then Liberal leader John Hewson for losing the election earlier that year.
** Japanese general election, 1993: The loss of majority of the Liberal Democratic Party results in a coalition taking power.
* October 25 – Canadian federal election, 1993: Jean Chrétien and his Liberal Party defeat the governing Progressive Conservative Party, which falls to an historic low of 2 seats.
* David A. Brading, The First America: The Spanish Monarchy, Creole Patriots, and the Liberal State, I492-1867 ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993 ).
The succeeding Liberal government of Jean Chrétien campaigned in 1993 on a promise to eliminate the GST ( as per the Red Book ), but ultimately backed away from that promise.
He became leader of the Liberal Party of Canada in 1990, and led the party to a majority government in the 1993 federal election.
Between 1993 and 1997, he was a notable proponent of co-operation between the Liberal Democrats and " New Labour ", and had regular secret meetings with Tony Blair to discuss the possibility of a coalition government.
In 1993, Wilson's leadership was further damaged by revelations of his affair with fellow Liberal MLA Judi Tyabji.
In 1993, he ran for the Canadian House of Commons in the riding of Rosedale for the NDP, but finished fourth in the generally Liberal riding.
Having previously turned down a DBE offered to her by the then-Prime Minister Jim Callaghan, Williams was created a life peer as The Baroness Williams of Crosby, of Stevenage in the County of Hertfordshire, in 1993 and subsequently served as Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords from 2001 to 2004.
In 1993, after the failure of the Charlottetown Accord, many nationalist members of the Liberal party led by Jean Allaire and Mario Dumont, including many from the party's youth wing, left to form the Action démocratique du Québec ( ADQ ) because the Liberal Party dropped most of its autonomist demands during the negotiation of the Charlottetown Accord.
Miyazawa resigned in 1993 after losing a vote of no confidence marking an end to 38 years of Liberal Democratic Party government.
Joseph Grimond, Baron Grimond ( 29 July 1913 – 24 October 1993 ), known as Jo Grimond, was a British politician, leader of the Liberal Party from 1956 to 1967 and again briefly on an interim basis in 1976.
He served as Liberal Member of Parliament for Ottawa South from 1988 to 2004, and a Cabinet Minister from 1993 to 2003.
Charest was the leader of the federal Progressive Conservative Party of Canada from 1993 to 1998 and has been the leader of the Quebec Liberal Party since 1998.
In the 1993 federal election, LeBlanc had been one of the chief architects of the Liberal Party's election strategy, and was a strong party loyalist.
The Liberal Reformist Party ( PRL ) and the regionalist Francophone Democratic Federalists ( FDF ) started the alliance in 1993, and were joined in 1998 by the progressive Christian democratic Citizens ' Movement for Change ( MCC ).
As the 1993 and 1997 federal elections involved vote-splitting between the Reform Party and the PC Party, the situation was repeated again between the Alliance and the PC Party, which in Canada's First Past the Post system allowed many Liberal candidates with a plurality of votes to win.
Blaikie's closest election came in 1993, when the Liberal Party under Jean Chrétien defeated the Progressive Conservatives under new leader Kim Campbell to win a majority government.