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Kolomyia

;See also: Ukrainian Radical Party and Ukrainian Democratic Party (1904) were also represented. A meeting with Mykhailo Drahomanov at Lviv University made a huge impression on Ivan Franko and later developed into a long political and literary association. Franko's own socialist writings and his association with Drahomanov led to his arrest in 1877, along with (among others) Mykhailo Pavlyk and Ostap Terletsky. They were accused of belonging to a secret


Luleå

that is 100-percent derived from renewable sources. In addition, they cite the benefits of low cooling expenses, given that the region is one of the coolest in Sweden. Sweden's long political stability is cited as another long-term benefit of the Node Pole's location. WikiPedia:Luleå Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Norrbotten County Localities Luleå Commons:Luleå


Shaunavon, Saskatchewan

, with the Liberals, CCF and, later, the New Democrats (Saskatchewan New Democratic Party) trading power over the area. In 1978 (Saskatchewan general election, 1978), Shaunavon native Dwain Lingenfelter was elected to represent the area in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. Lingenfelter would go on to have a long political career, later seeing him become the head of Saskatchewan's NDP and a key member of Premier (Premier of Saskatchewan) Roy Romanow's provincial cabinet


Sonora

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Binghamton, New York

. The district extends west from the Hudson River along New York's southern border (Southern Tier) through Binghamton (Binghamton, New York) and Waverly (Waverly, New York), then north to Ithaca (Ithaca, New York). In 2012 he announced he would retire at the end of his term, ending a long political career. Hinchey's district was significantly reconfigured when New York lost two Congressional seats after the 2000 census (United States Census, 2000). Hinchey was threatened with dismemberment


North Rhine-Westphalia

-Ruhr Metropolitan Area , one of the major European metropolitan areas with more than ten million inhabitants. Cologne is a major cultural centre, and its University (w:University of Cologne) is among the oldest and largest of Europe. thumb left Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (Image:Gerhardschroeder01.jpg) The dissolving is the result of a long political muddle that began on May 22th when Schröder's Social Democrats (w:Social Democratic Party of Germany) (SPD) lost the most populous state of Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia (w:North Rhine-Westphalia), to the CDU, the biggest opposition party. Minutes after the early projections were in, SPD chair Franz Müntefering (w:Franz Müntefering) announced that his party would seek re-election in fall of 2005. However, the Basic Law of Germany (w:Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany) does not permit the self-dissolving of the Bundestag. The only way to achieve early elections is when the chancellor loses a motion of confidence. All major parties, including the opposition, support the call for early election. Polls also indicate that 75% of the population support going to the ballots in September. However, some MP's, most notably Werner Schulz of SPD's coalition partner, The Greens (w:Alliance '90 The Greens), say that the procedure was unconstitutional because the loss of confidence was orchestrated. They announced that they will sue against the dissolving before the Constitutional Court of Germany (w:Constitutional Court of Germany). The U.S. and U.K. are the only remaining powers that maintain large forces in the country. The U.S. presently has 75,603 personnel in southern Germany while the British have some 55,000 personnel based in North Rhine-Westphalia (w:North Rhine-Westphalia) and Lower Saxony (w:Lower Saxony) as part of British Forces Germany (w:British Forces Germany). *Edmund Stoiber (w: Edmund Stoiber), CSU chair: ''"CDU CSU is biggest fraction in the German Bundestag (w: Bundestag). That means that Mrs. Merkel has got the mandate for governance ... . CSU ... will do everything to succeed and to form a stable government ... ."'' *The governor of North Rhine-Westphalia (w:North Rhine-Westphalia), Jürgen Rüttgers (w:Jürgen Rüttgers) (CDU): ''"Frankly, I'm disappointed by the result. ... But whats important is that the red-green alliance has lost its majority."'' *Markus Söder, CSU: ''"It's certain. Red-Green is history. Gerhard Schröder is history. ... The Germans want a political change."'' Rau was born on January 16, 1931 in Wuppertal (w:Wuppertal). He first joined the ''Gesamtdeutsche Volkspartei'' in 1952. After the party had been dissolved, he followed his political mentor Gustav Heinemann (w:Gustav Heinemann) to the Social Democratic Party of Germany (w:Social Democratic Party of Germany) (SPD). He was elected member of the state legislature of North Rhine-Westphalia (w:North Rhine-Westphalia) in 1958 and became governor of the state in 1978. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the chancellorship in 1987. He resigned as governor in 1998 when his party promised to nominate him for the presidential elections. During his presidency, Rau became the first German head of state to speak in the Israeli Knesset (w:Knesset). The North Rhine-Westphalia (w:North Rhine-Westphalia) Higher Administrative Court in Münster (w:Münster) ruled that there is enough information present to continue to allow Germany's intelligence agencies to monitor Scientology (w:Scientology) activities, asserting that the organization and its members have ambitions contrary to Germany's democratic order. The agency which monitors Scientology in Germany is called the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, and has had the Church of Scientology under surveillance in Germany since 1997. Commons:Category:North Rhine-Westphalia Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States North Rhine-Westphalia Wikipedia:North Rhine-Westphalia


Christchurch

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Lviv

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Dhaka

which was then the capital of the eastern part of the newly founded Pakistan. Together with Zainul Abedin, he established the Government Institute of Fine Arts (at present, the Institute of Fine Arts) in 1948. Politically active with leftist inclinations, Hassan was involved in the long political process that led to the creation of independent Bangladesh. He partook in the non-cooperation movement against Ayub Khan (Ayub Khan (Field Marshal)) in 1969. During liberation war (Bangladesh Liberation War) he served as the Director of the Art Division of the Information and Radio Department of the Bangladesh Government in exile. He also designed the Flag of Bangladesh. '''Souls''' is a pop-music band from Bangladesh. It was established in Chittagong, and later moved to Bangladesh's capital city of Dhaka. Former members include Tapan Chowdhury (Tapan Chowdhury (singer)), Ayub Bachchu, Nakib Khan, Naseem Ali, and Partha Barua. Formed in 1970, it is one of the oldest pop bands in Bangladesh


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