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The government called early elections in September 2007 ( normally, elections would have been held in March 2008 ), and New Democracy again was the majority party in the Parliament.
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In what has aptly been called a `` constitutional revolution '', the basic nature of government was transformed from one essentially negative in nature ( the `` night-watchman state '' ) to one with affirmative duties to perform.
He said that when he was a Socialist in 1910, the party called for government operation of all utilities and the pooling of all resources.
In the afternoon, defense attorneys began the presentation of their cases with opening statements, some of which had been deferred until after the government had called witnesses and presented its case.
In Vientiane, the royal Laotian government decided today to ask its `` friends and neighbors '' for help in fighting what it called a new rebel offensive threatening the southeast Asian kingdom.
all this government spending would have to be paid for somehow, but on the other hand desperate circumstances called for desperate remedies and something had to be done.
" She also called for a sweeping reform of tax and customs administration, the creation of a " strong and independent judicial system " as well as a tough fight against government corruption.
The Armenian government ’ s stated efforts to strengthen and reform the military are called into question by continuing non-combat deaths and other violent incidents in the army ranks, which have come under greater public scrutiny in 2010.
When the Macdonald government fell due to the Pacific scandal in 1873, the Governor General, Lord Dufferin, called upon Mackenzie, who had been chosen as the leader of the Liberal Party a few months earlier, to form a new government.
The French Revolution ( 1787 – 99 ) that began during his youth was also influential: Ampère ’ s father was called into public service by the new revolutionary government, becoming a justice of the peace in a small town near Lyon.
* 2003 – The Tli Cho land claims agreement is signed between the Dogrib First Nations and the Canadian federal government in Rae-Edzo ( now called Behchoko ).
In 1441 Pope Eugene IV merged them into one congregation called " Congregatio Sancti Ambrosii ad Nemus ", made the original house the main seat, and laid down a system of government whereby a general chapter met every three years, elected the priors who stayed in office till the next chapter.
Accounting that provides information to people outside the business entity is called financial accounting and provides information to present and potential shareholders, creditors such as banks or vendors, financial analysts, economists, and government agencies.
The New Democrats, organized as the Democratic Leadership Council ( DLC ), were a branch of the Democratic Party that called for welfare reform and smaller government, a policy supported by both Democrats and Republicans.
These sets were expanded in 1963 to 7 bits of coding, called the American Standard Code for Information Interchange ( ASCII ) as the Federal Information Processing Standard which replaced the incompatible teleprinter codes in use by different branches of the U. S. government.
A resistance movement called Otechestven front ( Fatherland front, Bulgarian: Отечествен фронт ) was set up in August 1942 by the Communist Party, the Zveno movement and a number of other parties to oppose the elected government, after a number of Allied victories indicated that the Axis might lose the War.
During the 19th century the Liberal Party was broadly in favour of what would today be called classical liberalism: supporting laissez-faire economic policies such as free trade and minimal government interference in the economy ( this doctrine was usually termed ' Gladstonian Liberalism ' after the Victorian era Liberal Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone ).
By the early 20th century the Liberals stance began to shift towards " New Liberalism ", what would today be called social liberalism: a belief in personal liberty with a support for government intervention to provide minimum levels of welfare.
From the outside, Lloyd George called for the party to abandon the government completely in defence of free trade, but only a few MPs and candidates followed.
An attempt by the French government to incorporate the independent Breton-language immersion schools ( called Diwan ) into the state education system was blocked by the French Constitutional Council on the grounds that, as the 1992 amendment to the Constitution of the 5th Republic states that French is the language of the Republic, no other language may be used as a language of instruction in state schools.
The Nigerian government did not, however, openly reject the judgment but instead called for an agreement that would provide " peace with honour, with the interest and welfare of our people.
This involves a central bank buying back long term government bonds from other domestic financial institutions without reference to the interest rate ( which is typically low when QE is called for ), seriously increasing the money supply.
The main brand of rum in Cuba is called Havana Club, a formerly private company nationalized by the government.
He also produced a short propaganda film, donated to the government for fund-raising, called The Bond.
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Since the adoption of a new constitution, early in 2010, the politics of Angola takes place in a framework of a presidential republic, whereby the President of Angola is both head of state and head of government, and of a multi-party system.
Lord Dufferin, the current Governor General, expressed early misgivings about a stonemason taking over government.
On a trip to Washington, with a final plea for help in East Tennessee in early 1863, he gave a speech in Indianapolis, saying: " If the institution of slavery denies the government the right of agitation, and seeks to overthrow it, then the government has a clear right to destroy it.
* Ranald MacDonald, first man to teach the English language in Japan and one of the interpreters between the Tokugawa shogunate and Commodore Perry when the latter made his trips to Japan on behalf of the US government in the early 1850s
After departing Okinawa in spring 1962, the Bland sailed to the Panama Canal Zone where, the Panamanian government asserts, the U. S. tested herbicides in the early 1960s.
However, the government resisted calls for the nationalisation of the network ( first proposed by William Ewart Gladstone as early as the 1830s ).
This shift was best exemplified by the Liberal government of Herbert Henry Asquith and his Chancellor David Lloyd George, whose Liberal reforms in the early 1900s created a basic welfare state.
By the early 2000s ( decade ), however, the university quietly reexamined its position on accreditation as degree mills proliferated and various government bureaucracies, such as law enforcement agencies, began excluding BJU graduates on the grounds that the university did not appear on appropriate federal lists.
States often said to exhibit crony capitalism include the People's Republic of China ; India, especially up to the early 1990s when manufacturing was strictly controlled by the government ( the " Licence Raj "); Indonesia ; Argentina ; Brazil ; United Kingdom ; Malaysia ; Israel ; Russia ; the United States ; Tasmania ; and most other ex-Eastern Bloc states.
Influenced by Buddhist teachings, the document focuses more on social morality than institutions of government per se and remains a notable early attempt at a government constitution.
According to the CIA World Factbook, during the early 1990s, Chile's " reputation as a role model for economic reform " was strengthened when the democratic government of Patricio Aylwin, who took over from the military in 1990, deepened the economic reform initiated by the military government.
In the early 1920s the Yugoslav government of Serbian prime minister Nikola Pasic used police pressure over voters and ethnic minorities, confiscation of opposition pamphlets and other measures of election rigging to keep the opposition, and mainly the Croatian Peasant Party and its allies in minority in Yugoslav parliament.
Franjo Tuđman's government started to lose popularity as it was criticized ( among other things ) for its involvement in suspicious privatization deals of the early 1990s as well as a partial international isolation.
Tuđman died in 1999 and in the early 2000 parliamentary elections, the nationalist Croatian Democratic Union ( HDZ ) government was replaced by a center-left coalition under the Social Democratic Party of Croatia, with Ivica Račan as prime minister.
The Song government granted several shops the sole right to issue banknotes, and in the early 12th century the government finally took over these shops to produce state-issued currency.
As early as 1946 the Attorney-General Sir Hartley Shawcross attacked " the campaign of calumny and misrepresentation which the Tory Party and the Tory stooge press has directed at the Labour government.