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In the News (Thu 25 Apr 19)

 HighBeam Research: Library Search: Results
Zapatero y Aznar El premier electo espaol, Jose Luis Rodrguez Zapatero (I) conversa con el primer ministro saliente, Jos Mara Aznar, el 25 de marzo de 2004 en Madrid.
Zapatero y Aznar El premier electo español, Jose Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (I) conversa con el primer ministro saliente, Jos.
Rodrguez Zapatero (I) conversa con el primer ministro saliente, Jos. /library/search.asp?FN=SS&search_images=on&search_maps=on&q=Jos&refid=ency_botpm

 Spain :: Spain - Social Studies
The Prime Minister Rodrguez Zapatero, whose party won the election three days after the Madrid train bombings in March 2004, plans to reduce government intervention in business, combat tax fraud, and support innovation, research and development, but also intends to reintroduce labour market regulations that had been scrapped by the Aznar government.
Adolfo Surez, Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo Bustelo, after an attempted Coup d'tat in 1981, Felipe Gonzlez (when Spain joined NATO and European Union), Jos Mara Aznar and Jos Luis Rodrguez Zapatero have been prime ministers of Spain.
Growth of 2.4% in 2003 was satisfactory given the background of a faltering European economy, and has steadied since at an annualised rate of about 3.3% in mid 2005. /search/Spain.html   (6068 words) - Apr 23, SPAIN (#29470)
The new government of Jos Luis Rodrguez Zapatero, who became prime minister on Apr. 17, will dedicate more funds to official development aid (ODA) than that of his predecessor, the centre-right Jos Mara Aznar (1996-2004).
Under the Aznar government, the categories of "ODA and humanitarian aid disguised" financing that went to other purposes, said Carrera.
At the start of his term, Aznar had pledged to raise ODA to 0.35 percent of GDP. /eng/reader.asp?ArticleId=29470   (965 words)

 ninemsn Encarta - Search Results - Olazábal José María
Aznar, José María (1953-), Spanish centre-right politician, Prime Minister of Spain (1996-2004).
Born in Madrid, Aznar was educated at the...
Olazábal, José María (1966- ), Spanish golfer who won both the US Masters and Volvo (European) PGA tournaments in 1994 to shrug off the label of the... /Olaz%C3%A1bal_Jos%C3%A9_Mar%C3%ADa.html   (965 words)

 Spaniards Are Not Cowards - Reclaim
Although 90 percent of Spanish voters objected to their country's involvement in the U.S. led invasion and occupation of Iraq, they appeared willing to overlook that factor in view of recent economic progress under the Aznar government.
In the months leading up to the March 15 election, polls showed a close but fluid contest between Prime Minister Jos Mara Aznar's Popular Party, which supported President Bush's Iraq policy, and the Socialists, who opposed it.
The Prime Minister elect Jos Luis Rodrguez Zapatero, while vowing to uphold his longstanding campaign promise to withdraw Spanish troops, has repeated his determination to stand firm against terrorism. /articles_2004/spain_votes_terrorism.html   (846 words)

 Silvestre Reyes
Spanish President José María Aznar highlighted transatlantic relations and efforts against terrorism in his address to a Joint Session of Congress today.
Spanish President Jos Mara Aznar highlighted transatlantic relations and efforts against terrorism in his address to a Joint Session of Congress today.
Miguel Estrada's withdrawal from consideration as a nominee for the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is welcome news. /reyes/search_all.asp?category=all&keyword=FORT%20BLISS,%20WHITE%20SANDS%20BENEFIT%20FROM%20NEW%20DEFENSE%20APPROPRIATIONS   (846 words)

 Lutherans Online
The opposition lawmakers hope that the Spanish government of socialist Prime Minister Jos Luis Rodrguez Zapatero, who took office in April, "will be better than the government of (right-wing Jos Mara) Aznar.
That was the impression I got from my interview with the secretary of foreign relations, Bernardino Len," said Mic. /aal/newspaper2.asp?Mode=offshore%2Bdrilling&Story=20041112/317w9765.xml&FrameShow=1   (1189 words)

 Spanish ex-PM Destroyed Train Bombing Data Files - Retirement Planning
Spain's former prime minister Jos Mara Aznar wiped all computer
and the rest of his period of government, his successor Jos Luis
Mr Zapatero told a parliamentary commission on the bombings that /post-23814.html   (634 words)

 Rodrigo Rato Online Research :: Information about Rodrigo Rato
He was a close supporter of Jos Mara Aznar, who was voted as the new PP leader on September 4.
The election represented a defeat for the AP, and the beginning of the long rule of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party and Felipe Gonzlez.
In the 12th National Congress in January 1996 he was confirmed as one of the 3 Vice secretaries of the party. /search/Rodrigo_Rato.html   (660 words)

 SPAIN: Aznar government supports the Franco Foundation 11.14.03
The Jos Mara Aznar government has decided to subsidize it, giving substance to the charge that the Partido Popular government is Francoism in disguise.
The aim of the new foundation is to keep alive the memory of the dictator who ruled Spain from 1939 until his death in 1975. /Spain/spain_AznarandFrancoFoundation(111403).html   (660 words)

 Mario Vargas Llosa
He was awarded the Spanish citizenship by Jos Mara Aznar 's government lest Fujimori removed his Peruvian one.
During the 1980s, Vargas Llosa became politically active, and surprised many with his neoliberal views, as many his contemporaries and colleagues were outspoken leftists.
Mario Vargas Llosa (born March 28, 1936) is currently regarded as one of Latin America 's leading novelists and essayists. /m/ma/mario_vargas_llosa.html   (660 words)

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