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Lebanon liquidity crisis of 2020

The Lebanese liquidity crisis is an ongoing financial crisis affecting the Middle Eastern nation of Lebanon starting in August 2019. The coronavirus recession which begun in 2020 further exacerbated the effects of this crisis.

                                               

1972 Fijian local elections

Local elections were held in Fiji on 5 November 1972, with voters electing members of the councils of Lautoka and Suva. They were the first local elections after the common electoral roll was introduced.

                                               

Luke Dawai

A member of the Great Council of Chiefs, Dawai worked for the Nadi local government administration, serving as Buli Nadi for seventeen years and Tui Nadi for ten. He held several other official posts, including sitting on the Ba Provincial Counci ...

                                               

Julian Toganivalu

Ratu Julian Nasaroa Brown Toganivalu was a Fijian chief, civil servant and politician. He was a member of the House of Representatives for three days in 1977.

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Georgia

Botanical gardens in Georgia have collections consisting entirely of Georgia native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of G ...

                                               

Calliope (disambiguation)

Calliope Sandman, a story in the 1990 collection Dream Country, from The Sandman series by Neil Gaiman Calliope TV series, an animation program Calliope, another name for the Origins Award for outstanding work in the game industry

                                               

Oala Oala-Rarua

Oala Oala-Rarua was a Papua New Guinean educator, civil servant, trade unionist, politician and diplomat. He served as a member of the House of Assembly and Assistant Minister for the Treasury between 1968 and 1972, later becoming the first Lord ...

                                               

Atiheme Kimi

In 1952 Kimi began work as an interpreter at the Henganofi Sub-District Office. In 1964 he was elected to Kafe Local Government Council, serving as president of the council between 1964 and 1968. In 1967 he contested a by-election for the Hengano ...

                                               

Koriam Urekit

Koriam Michael Urekit was a Papua New Guinean cargo cult leader and politician. He served as a member of the House of Assembly and National Parliament from 1964 until his death.

                                               

Tari

Tari Mahalleh, a village in Iran Tari, Siliguri, a census town in Dajeeling district, West Bengal, India Tari Mangal, a city in Pakistan Tari Urban LLG, a local-level government area of Papua New Guinea Tari-Pori District in Papua New Guinea Tari ...

                                               

Makain Mo

Born in Lumi, Mo became chief of the Lumi people. Married with two children, he had a coffee plantation, raised cattle and organised gold mining. With the assistance of a local Catholic mission, he also opened a store. Entering politics, Mo becam ...

                                               

Paulus Arek

Paulus Arek was a Papua New Guinean politician and trade unionist. He served as a member of the House of Assembly between 1968 and 1973, and as Minister for Information from 1972 to 1973.

                                               

Zainal Abidin Alting

Sultan Zainal Abidin Alting Syah was the 26th Sultan of Tidore in Maluku Islands, reigning from 1947 to 1967. He was also the appointed Governor of Irian Barat in 1956-1962 before the actual inclusion of Irian Barat in Indonesia, serving official ...

                                               

Wasu

Wasu may refer to: Places Wasu, Maharashtra a village, List of villages in Pathardi taluka, in Pathardi taluka, Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra State, India Wasu, Punjab, town of Mandi Bahauddin District, Pakistan Wasu, Papua New Guinea, a distr ...

                                               

Colac

Colac can refer to: Shire of Colac Otway, a current local-government area in Victoria, Australia Colac, Victoria, a town in Australia Colac Botanic Gardens, in Colac, Australia Shire of Colac, a former local-government area in Victoria, Australia ...

                                               

Districts of Indonesia

The term district, in the context of Indonesia, refer the third-level administrative subdivision, below regency or city. The local term kecamatan is used in majority of Indonesian areas, except in Papua, West Papua, and the Special Region of Yogy ...

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Indonesia

Botanical gardens in Indonesia have collections consisting entirely of Indonesian native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories ...

                                               

Ira

Ira or IRA may refer to: Ira surname, a rare Estonian and some other language family name Ira name, a Hebrew, Sanskrit, Russian or Finnish language personal name

                                               

Doma

Duma, Nablus, a Palestinian town in the West Bank Doma, a village in district Sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh, India Domah, a mandal in Ranga Reddy district, Andhra Pradesh, India Doma, Nigeria, a local government in Nasarawa State, Nigeria

                                               

High National Election Commission

The High National Election Commission HNEC was involved in organising the 2012 Libyan parliamentary election after the 2011 civil war that overthrew Muammar Gaddafi. The HNECs chairman at the time was Nuri al-Abbar. The aim of the election was to ...

                                               

Riccardo Bartoloni

Riccardo Bartoloni was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See from 1918 to 1933.

                                               

North Korean economic reform

The North Korean economic reform refers to the program of reform and restructuring of the North Korean economy. Economic reforms have been increasing in the last years, particularly after Kim Jong-un came to power in 2012.

                                               

Minister for Local Government

Minister for Local Government or Minister of Local Government may refer to: Minister of Local Government Manitoba Minister for Local Government and Government Business, Wales Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Ireland M ...

                                               

List of botanical gardens in Norway

Botanical gardens in Norway have collections consisting entirely of Norway native and endemic species; most have a collection that include plants from around the world. There are botanical gardens and arboreta in all states and territories of Nor ...

                                               

Jeanne dArc Uwimanimpaye

Jeanne dArc Uwimanimpaye is a Rwandan politician. She has been a member of the Chamber of Deputies since 2008. From 2013 to 2018 served as a Deputy Speaker of the Chamber.

                                               

Congressional districts of the Philippines

Congressional districts of the Philippines refers to the electoral districts or constituencies in which the country is divided for the purpose of electing 243 of the 303 members of the House of Representatives. The country is currently divided in ...

                                               

Al-Washm Region

Al-Washm Region (Arabic: منطقة الوشم ‎ Mintaqat al-washm, local Najdi Arabic pronunciation, also spelled Washm, or Al-Washim, is a historical region in Najd in the central of Saudi Arabia.

                                               

Riyadh green

Afforestation The Riyadh Green project is a mega landscape improving project in the capital city of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh. It is a project with an estimation budget US Million. This project is part of four major projects to devolve the city ordere ...

                                               

Bali (disambiguation)

770 Bali, an asteroid Bali, Greece, a village on the island of Crete, Greece

                                               

City Municipality of Nova Gorica

The City Municipality of Nova Gorica ; Slovene: Mestna obcina Nova Gorica) is a municipality in the traditional region of the Slovene Littoral in western Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the city of Nova Gorica. Nova Gorica became a muni ...

                                               

Internal Audit Service

At the Department of Budget and Management Philippines At the Department of Health Philippines At the Department of the Interior and Local Government Philippines At the Department of Trade and Industry Philippines At the Department of National De ...

                                               

Zarja Singing Society

The Zarja Singing Society is a choral group based in Cleveland, Ohio that is dedicated to the education and support of Slovenian culture and tradition. The group was founded in 1916, making it one of the oldest Slovenian singing groups outside of ...

                                               

Sarah Najjuma

Sarah Najjuma, is a female Ugandan politician and a teacher by profession. She is a member of parliament for the Nakaseke Constituency in the Parliament of Uganda representing the ruling National Resistance Movement party. She was elected to this ...

                                               

Maria Nassali

Maria Nassali is a Ugandan lawyer, academic, human rights activist and a feminist. She is the vice chairperson board of governors at Nabagereka Foundation.

                                               

Aisha Sekindi

Aisha Sekindi is a Ugandan educator and legislator. As of April 2020, she currently serving as the elected woman representative for Kalungu district in Ugandas tenth parliament. Politically, she is affiliated to the National Resistance Movement u ...

                                               

Stella Namoe Nyomera

Stella Namoe Nyomera, commonly referred to as Namoe Stella Nyomera is a female Ugandan politician and social scientist. She belongs to the ruling National Resistance Movement party serving as the District Woman Representative for Napak district i ...

                                               

Rosette Kajungu Mutambi

Rosette Kajungu Mutambi is a Ugandan professional social worker and journalist, a politician and legislator who represents the people of Mbarara district as district woman representative in the. She is a member of the National Resistance Movement ...

                                               

Bangirana Kawooya Anifa

Bangirana Kawooya Anifa, is a Ugandan politician who serves as the Member of Parliament representing the women in Ssembabule district in the Ugandan Parliament. She concurrently serves as a member on the Equal opportunities and Foreign affairs co ...

                                               

Rose Kabagyenyi

Rose Kabagyenyi is a Ugandan politician and woman Member of Parliament. In 2011, she was elected as a representative in Parliament for the Kisoro District. She is a member of the ruling National Resistance Movement political party.

                                               

Sheila Mwine Kabaije

Sheila Mwine Kabaije is a Ugandan teacher and legislator. As of April 2020, she serves as the elected woman representative for Kiruhura District in Ugandas tenth parliament. Politically, she is affiliated to the National Resistance Movement under ...

                                               

Aleper Aachilla Margaret

Aleper Aachilla Margaret is a Ugandan Politician and the district Woman Representative for Kotido district in Ugandas 10th Parliament. She is a member of the ruling National Resistance Movement party.

                                               

Fortun

Fortun Iñiguez c. 842, potential co-regent with Garcia Iñiguez of Pamplona Fortun Sanchez died 1054, a Navarrese nobleman Fortun Ochoiz fl. 1013–1050, a Navarrese nobleman Fortun Jimenez count fl. 943–58, former count of Aragon Fortun Ximenez die ...

                                               

Snively

Samuel F. Snively 1859–1952, mayor of Duluth, Minnesota, USA, 1921–1937 Cornelia Ellis Snively, former wife of George Wallace, former governor of Alabama, USA, married January 4, 1971 Mary Agnes Snively 1847–1933, first president of the Canadian ...

                                               

Taron

Taron Voskanyan born 1993, Armenian football player Taron Margaryan born 1978, Armenian politician and Mayor of Yerevan Taron Johnson born 1996, American football player Taron Egerton born 1989, British actor

                                               

Tschugguel

Tschugguel is an Austrian noble family from South Tyrol. The family was granted the right to bear a coat of arms in 1530 and was elevated to the rank of baron in 1705, becoming von Tschugguel zu Tramin.

                                               

Montevista, Davao de Oro

Montevista, officially the Municipality of Montevista, is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Davao de Oro, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 43.706 people. The municipality is bordered north by Monkayo; ea ...

                                               

Route of the 2nd Armoured Division

The Route of the 2nd Armoured Division is a series of commemorative bollards marking the route taken by the French 2nd Armoured Division during the liberation of France in 1944. The route runs from Saint-Martin-de-Varreville on the English Channe ...

                                               

Missiri mosque

The Missiri Mosque is a former French military community center inspired by sub-Saharan Islamic architecture. It was constructed in 1928–1930 for the Senegalese Tirailleurs based in military camps in Frejus, southern France. Although its appearan ...

                                               

List of State Register of Heritage Places in the Town of Victoria Park

This is a list of State Register of Heritage Places in the Town of Victoria Park, Western Australia. The State Register of Heritage Places is maintained by the Heritage Council of Western Australia. As of 2020, 137 places are heritage-listed in t ...

                                               

Marcha for Jesus (São Paulo)

The March for Jesus is an international and interdenominational event that takes place annually in thousands of cities around the world. In order to gather faithful from various Protestant denominations, the March for Jesus is organized by the Ch ...