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1996 and Moldovan
A 1996 attempt by Moldovan president Mircea Snegur to change the official language to " Romanian " was dismissed by the Moldovan Parliament as promoting " Romanian expansionism ".
* 1996 – Hardcore Moldovenesc ( Moldovan Hardcore )
* Moldovan presidential election, 1996
On the club level, Moldovan played for Gloria Bistriţa ( 1990 – 93 ), Dinamo Bucureşti ( 1993 – 95 ), Neuchâtel Xamax ( 1995 – 96 ), Grasshoppers ( 1996 – 98 ), Coventry City ( 1998 ), Fenerbahçe ( 1998 – 2000 ), Nantes ( 2000 – 04 ), Servette ( 2004 – 05 ), FCU Politehnica Timişoara ( 2005 ), and Rapid Bucureşti ( 2006 – 2007 ).

1996 and parliament
The BSP won convincingly the pre-term elections in December 1994 with a majority of 125 seats out of the 240 seats in the parliament and despite the mandate is for 4 years, BSP's government collapsed too and remained in office until 1996 due to the economic crysis in Bulgaria.
He began his political career in 1980 / 1981 as one of the leaders of the Students ' Solidarity ; he was governor of the Gdańsk Voivodship from August 1990 to July 1996, and was elected to the Sejm ( the lower house of the Polish parliament ) in September 1997.
Relying on the MMD's overwhelming majority in parliament, President Chiluba in May 1996 pushed through constitutional amendments that eliminated former President Kaunda and other prominent opposition leaders from the 1996 presidential elections.
The 1996 Belarus Referendum resulted in the amendment of the constitution that took key powers off the parliament.
Zafy eventually won the power he sought after but suffered impeachment at the hands of the disenfranchised parliament in 1996 for violating the constitution by refusing to promulgate specific laws.
The Council of Europe has barred Belarus from membership since 1997 for undemocratic voting irregularities in the November 1996 constitutional referendum and parliament by-elections.
But in March 1996, Kyrgyzstan's parliament adopted a resolution making Russian an official language alongside Kyrgyz and marking a reversal of earlier sentiment.
The next plan was launched in 1996, and parliament decided that the state would finance the new tower.
Möllemann was President of the FDP in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia ( NRW ) from 1983 to 1994 and again from 1996 to 2002, and also was the chairman of the FDP fraction in the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia from June 2000 to October 2002.
Precedents for independent MP speakers are former LNP member Peter Slipper who is the current speaker in the hung parliament resulting from the 2010 election ; Frederick Holder who was initially elected for the Free Trade Party at the inaugural 1901 election, serving as an independent while speaker until his death in 1909 ; and in the Senate, Labor's Mal Colston became an independent and Deputy President of the Senate following the 1996 election.
With the adoption of the MMP electoral system in 1996, the Alliance gained entry to parliament, bringing three Green MPs with them: Fitzsimons, Donald and Phillida Bunkle.
In 1996 New Zealand had its first election under MMP, and Bolger became caretaker Prime Minister until a coalition with a majority in parliament could be formed.
In 1996 he was elected to the parliament.
In 1996 it won 5 percent of the popular vote and two seats in parliament.
Demanding electoral reforms the party resigned from the parliament in 1995, boycotted the February 1996 parliamentary polls, and subsequently won 146 out of 300 seats in June 1996 parliamentary polls.
The BNP and its allies won a two-thirds majority in parliament with 46 % of the votes cast, with BNP alone winning 41 %, up from 33 % in 1996 and 30 % in 1991.
In parliament she became a member of the Employment Select Committee in 1994, and was promoted by Tony Blair in 1996 to the position of an Opposition Whip, and became a member of the Blair government following the 1997 general election as the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, moving to the Department of Social Security in 1998.
Relying on the MMD's overwhelming majority in parliament, President Chiluba in May 1996 pushed through constitutional amendments that eliminated former President Kaunda and other prominent opposition leaders from the 1996 presidential elections.
In 1996, after serving six years in parliament, Smith was elevated to Cabinet, becoming Minister of Conservation.
Before being elected to parliament, O ’ Brien was an adult education instructor, a public servant, a teacher, and from 1985 to 1996, a town councillor in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Cameron was elected to parliament in the 1996 Federal election, winning the Division of Parramatta from the sitting Labor member Paul Elliot.

1996 and citing
Founding drummer Hester left in May 1994, citing family reasons, but briefly returned for their Farewell to the World concerts in Melbourne and Sydney in 1996.
It was named # 37 overall among the " 150 Best Games of All Time " by Computer Gaming World Magazine ( 15th Anniversary Issue — November 1996 ), was voted # 13 overall in PC Gamer Magazine's Readers All-Time Top 50 Games Poll ( April 2000 issue ), the editors of PC Gamer ranked it # 12 in the Top 50 Games of all time, in their October 2001 issue, citing the game's humor and pop-culture references and it was ranked # 15 in the 50 Best Games of All Time list published by PC Gamer Magazine in its April 2005 issue.
He decided against running for the 1996 Republican presidential nomination, citing health problems related to phlebitis.
Staind self-released their debut album, Tormented, in November 1996, citing influences Pantera and Machine Head.
By the summer of 1996 Oasis's prominence was such that NME termed a number of Britpop bands ( including The Boo Radleys, Ocean Colour Scene and Cast ) as " Noelrock ", citing Gallagher's influence on their success.
On 30 September 1996, one day prior to the start of the trial, Hamilton and Greer settled, citing a conflict of interest and lack of funds.
The no-fly zones persisted until the 2003 invasion of Iraq, although France withdrew from participation in patrolling the no-fly zones in 1996, citing a lack of humanitarian purpose for the operation.
* Oasis were due to tape the show at the Royal Festival Hall on August 23, 1996, when lead singer Liam Gallagher pulled out at the last minute, citing a sore throat.
In 1996 Francis Stuart was elected a Saoi of Aosdána and Máire Mhac an tSaoi objected strongly, citing his behaviour during the war when he made propaganda broadcasts for the Nazis and accusing him of antisemitism.
She was released from her contract in November 1996 when her role required her to act in sex scenes, which the actress refused to do citing her religious beliefs as a Jehovah's Witness.
Finkelstein claimed that in one instance Dershowitz refers to the same page number as Peters, although he is citing a different ( 1996 ) edition of the same source, in which the words appear on a different page.
Lee Siew Choh left The Workers ' Party in 1996, citing differences with Jeyaretnam.
McNeilly left the band in late 1996, citing exhaustion from touring and the desire to spend more time with his family.
In 1996 Crain's named Gottlieb one of its forty under 40 Rising Stars to Watch, citing the 50 % yearly growth of TVT.
Presenting a typology of causatives and causation based on a database of 600 languages, Song ( 1996 ) is very critical of typological work that depends on statistical inference, citing data from the Niger-Congo family that contradicts some earlier claims thatlanguages within genera are generally fairly similar typologically ”.
In August 1996, Bill Reilly fired Andersen from his editorship, citing the publication's financial results.
From 1994 to 1996 Italy withdrew again, with RAI citing a lack of interest in participating.
The team filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in May 1996 in citing losses of $ 6 million for the season, and would officially cease operations on June 24, 1996.
Miller ( 1996 ) also endorses this approach, citing cross-linguistic evidence that the wh-word function as indefinite deictics.
The chain was run by Blockbuster from 1996, the chain never rebranded, citing market research that the Xtra-vision name was better known and more respected than Blockbuster.
Hill, who had come in for an enormous amount of criticism for his performances in all of the three previous races, was praised by commentator Murray Walker for this performance, with Walker immediately citing that, with Schumacher and Coulthard's imminent moves to Ferrari and McLaren respectively, Hill would be a strong favourite to win the title in 1996 if he could continue to perform in the way he had done so in this particular race.
Romano and Glass left shortly after the release of Fu Manchu's third album, In Search Of ... ( 1996 ), citing personal and musical differences with Hill.
Lee left the Workers ' Party in 1996, citing differences with the party's leader, Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam.

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