Titel: 1967 in politics
1967 elections, 1967 in international relations, 1967 referendums, Political parties disestablished in 1967, Political parties established in 1967, States and territories disestablished in 1967, States and territories established in 1967.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 92 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 91. Chapters: 1967 elections, 1967 in international relations, 1967 referendums, Political parties disestablished in 1967, Political parties established in 1967, States and territories disestablished in 1967, States and territories established in 1967, British Virgin Islands, Biafra, Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, South Yemen, Political status of Puerto Rico, List of sovereign states in the 1960s, Israeli-occupied territories, List of state leaders in 1967, National Front, Goa Opinion Poll, Common heritage of mankind, Occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem by Jordan, Cesar Department, Australian referendum, 1967, National Awami Party, Lagos State, Peace and Freedom Party, Pakistan Peoples Party, Vive le Québec libre, American Independent Party, Cross River State, Popular Republican Movement, Judea and Samaria Area, Kano State, Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt, French Territory of the Afars and the Issas, Rivers State, Communist Party of Sweden, Kwara State, Glassboro Summit Conference, Saor Éire, 1967 Oil Embargo, Kaduna State, Sultanate of Lahej, Nicaraguan general election, 1967, Redonda, Gibraltar sovereignty referendum, 1967, Federation of South Arabia, Palestinian Popular Struggle Front, Free Centre, French Somaliland, Movement for Greater Israel, Sierra Leonean general election, 1967, Mahra Sultanate, Birsa Seva Dal, Calabar Carnival, People's Electoral Movement, Cooperation and Development, French Somaliland independence referendum, 1967, Popular Movement of the Revolution, Republic of Benin, Israeli Druze Faction, Philippine Senate election, 1967, Salvadoran presidential election, 1967, Protectorate of South Arabia, Republican Reliance Party, 1967 Arab League summit, All India Coordination Committee of Communist Revolutionaries, Mauritian general election, 1967, Workers Party of Scotland, Communist Party of Nicaragua, All Party Alliance, Democratic Republic of the Congo constitutional referendum, 1967, List of colonial governors in 1967, Party for the Transformation of Honduras, New Zealand Republican Party, Kuwaiti parliamentary election, 1967, North-Eastern State, Bharatiya Kranti Dal, Iranian legislative election, 1967, North-Western State, Paraguayan Communist Party, Union of Socialist Groups and Clubs, Jordanian parliamentary election, 1967, Icelandic parliamentary election, 1967. Excerpt: The current political status of Puerto Rico is the result of various political activities both within the United States and Puerto Rican governments. The basic question regarding this issue is whether Puerto Rico should remain a U.S. territory, become a U.S. state, or become an independent country. These political activities have revolved around three sets of initiatives: referenda held in Puerto Rico, presidential executive orders, and bills in the U. S. Congress. Puerto Rican status referenda have been held four times to determine the political status of the island of Puerto Rico in relation to the United States of America. Presidents have issued two major executive orders on the subject, and Congress has considered some four major bills related to the Puerto Rico political status situation. Puerto Rico has been under U.S. sovereignty for over a century and Puerto Ricans have been U.S. citizens since 1917. Since the establishment of the current Commonwealth status in 1952, further local attempts to change the island's political status took place in 1967, 1993, and 1998. An additiona...