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In June 1998, Buyoya promulgated a transitional constitution and announced a partnership between the government and the opposition-led National Assembly.
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In July 1998, the UDF-led government and the IMF reached agreement on a 3-year loan worth about $ 800 million, which replaced the 14-month stand-by agreement that expired in June 1998.
Under the terms of the Bank of England Act 1998 ( which came into force on 1 June 1998 ), the bank's Monetary Policy Committee was given sole responsibility for setting interest rates to meet the Government's stated Retail Prices Index ( RPI ) inflation target of 2. 5 %.
On June 4, 1998, the city officially opened the Museum Campus, a lakefront park, surrounding three of the city's main museums, each of which is of national importance: the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Shedd Aquarium.
The series premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo from April 3, 1998 until June 19, 1998, broadcasting only twelve episodes and a special due to its controversial content.
Flockhart also appeared on the June 29, 1998, cover of Time magazine, placed as the newest iteration in the evolution of feminism, relating to the ongoing debate about the role depicted by her character.
* S. Barnett ; Nonthermal issues: Cavitation — Its nature, detection and measurement ; Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology, Volume 24, Supplement 1, June 1998, Pages S11-S21
DEC was acquired in June 1998 by Compaq, which subsequently merged with Hewlett-Packard in May 2002.
The company was acquired in June 1998 by Compaq, in what was at that time the largest merger in the history of the computer industry.
In a 1998 trial James McArdle was imprisoned for 25 years after a trial at Woolwich Crown Court that ended on June 24.
Yngwie Malmsteen released his Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra in 1998, and Steve Vai released a double-live CD entitled Sound Theories, of his work with the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra in June 2007.
* Film theory in Poland before World War II Marek Haltof, Canadian Slavonic Papers, March – June 1998.
AOL acquired Mirabilis on June 8, 1998, for US $ 287 million in cash up front and $ 120 million in additional payments over three years.
The technology's success caused AOL to acquire Mirabilis on June 8, 1998, for US $ 287 million up front and $ 120 million in additional payments over three years.
America Online acquired Mirabilis on June 8, 1998, for $ 407 million ($ 287 million in cash and $ 120 million over a three-year period based on growth performance levels ).
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He was President of Germany from 1 July 1999 until 30 June 2004, and Minister-President of North Rhine-Westphalia from 1978 to 1998.
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The elections, held in June 1993, saw Ndadaye, endorsed by FRODEBU and three other predominately Hutu parties, the Rally for the People of Burundi ( RPB ), People's Party ( PP ), and the Liberal Party ( PL ), face up against the ruling Tutsi-dominated government under Buyoya.
Ngeze, one of the few prominent Hutu members of UPRONA ( Union for National Progress ) at the time, was interior minister in the government of Pierre Buyoya, who was defeated by Ndadaye in elections held on 1 June 1993.
Pierre Buyoya, a former president ( 1987-1993 ) who seized power in a 1996 military coup, was sworn in as President of the Republic on 11 June 1998.
On 11 June 1998, he was appointed 1st Vice-President ( responsible for political and administrative affairs ), by Interim President Pierre Buyoya.
On 12 June 1998, he was appointed 2nd Vice-President ( responsible for economic and social affairs ), by Interim President Pierre Buyoya.
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In January 1962, the cabinet finally approved the text of the new constitution, promulgated by President Ayub Khan on March 1, 1962 and finally came into effect on June 8, 1962.
The basic labour laws are the Labour Law of People's Republic of China ( promulgated on 5 July 1994 ) and the Law of the People's Republic of China on Employment Contracts ( Adopted at the 28th Session of the Standing Committee of the 10th National People's Congress on June 29, 2007, Effective from January 1, 2008 ).
In June 2005, as part of an ongoing programme of democratic reform, new regulations were promulgated to formally recognised political parties within the framework of the electoral system.
The Citizenship ( Amendment ) Ordinance 2005 was promulgated by the President of India and came into force on 28 June 2005.
On 2 June 1537, Paul III promulgated the papal bull Sublimus Dei against the enslavement of the indigenous peoples of the continent of America.
The Oath was reiterated as the first article of the constitution promulgated in June 1868, and the subsequent articles of that constitution expand the policies outlined in the Oath.
By ancient custom an Act did not come into force until it had been promulgated at an open-air sitting of Tynwald, usually held on Tynwald Hill at St John's on St John's Day ( 24 June ) but since the adoption of the Gregorian calendar in 1753 on 5 July ( or on the following Monday if 5 July is a Saturday or Sunday ).
The text was approved by Pope John Paul II on 25 June 1992, and promulgated by him on 11 October 1992, the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, with his apostolic constitution, Fidei depositum.
* In the Isle of Man, by ancient custom an Act of Tynwald, the legislature of the island, did not come into force until it had been " promulgated " at an open-air sitting of Tynwald, usually held on Tynwald Hill at St John's on St John's Day ( 24 June ) but since the adoption of the Gregorian calendar in 1753 on 5 July ( or on the following Monday if 5 July is a Saturday or Sunday ).
On February 15 and June 11, 1854 Frederick VII, after consulting the estates, promulgated special constitutions for Schleswig and Holstein respectively, under which the provincial assemblies received certain very limited powers.
King Albert II signed and promulgated the bill on 13 February 2003 and on 28 February it was published in the Belgian Official Journal and came into force on 1 June.
On March 29, 1900, Pateros became one of the towns in the newly-created province of Rizal, by virtue of General Order No. 40, Act No. 137 of the Philippine Commission, which was promulgated on June 11, 1901.
By an order promulgated June 6, 1910, the Commission increased the minimum number of cars whose train brakes must be under the engineer's control to 85 percent.
The Railway Construction Act ( 鉄道敷設法 Tetsudō Fusetsu-hō, Law No. 4 of 1892 ) was promulgated by the Diet of Japan on June 21, 1892, and designated government support for a network of thirty-three railway lines covering most of Japan, with the exception of Hokkaidō.
A new Constitution, promulgated on 11 June 1975, declared Greece a presidential parliamentary democracy ( or republic – the Greek δημοκρατία can be translated both ways ).
It was solemny promulgated on the 80th anniversary of the execution of the Counts of Egmont and Horne on 5 June 1648.
As early as 1951, before Decree 900 was promulgated in June 1952, the CIA ’ s geopolitical fear of a communist, political conquest of Guatemala, sponsored by the USSR, prompted the deposition of the liberal Árbenz Government.
In June 1999 the Council of Hierarchs of the Byzantine Metropolitan Church Sui Iuris of Pittsburgh U. S. A. promulgated the norms of particular law to govern itself.
In June 1907, The Tsar dissolved the Second Duma and promulgated a new electoral law, which vastly reduced the electoral weight of lower-class and non-Russian voters and increased the weight of the nobility.
The Citizenship ( Amendment ) Ordinance 2005 was promulgated by the president of India and came into force on 28 June 2005.
The scheme for the establishment of BAU was finalized on 8 June 1961 and its ordinance was promulgated on 18 August 1961.
This, on June 12, 1899, promulgated a declaration of war on the U. S., beginning the Philippine-American War.
It was promulgated on June 14, 877 at Quierzy-sur-Oise in France ( département of Aisne ), the site of a Carolingian royal palatium, before a great concourse of lords.
On June 26, 2007 the lower house of Romania's Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, approved a proposal to have the name changed back to Murfatlar, which was also ratified by the Senate and promulgated by the president of Romania on December 20, 2007.