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Dries van Agt

Andreas Antonius Maria "Dries" van Agt is a retired Dutch politician and diplomat of the defunct Catholic People's Party and the Christian Democratic Appeal party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 19 December 1977 until 4 November 1982. Van Agt attended the Augustinianum Gymnasium in Eindhoven from June 1943 until June 1949 and applied at the Radboud University Nijmegen in June 1949 majoring in Law and obtaining an Bachelor of Laws degree in July 1951 before graduating with an Master of Laws degree in July 1955. Van Agt worked as a criminal defense lawyer at Van der Putt, Van Sandick en Depla in Eindhoven from September 1955 until December 1957. Van Agt worked as a civil servant from December 1957 until January 1968 for the department for Legal Affairs of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries from December 1957 until December 1962 and for the department for Public Law of the Ministry of Justice from December 1962 until January 1968. Van Agt worked as a professor of Criminal law and Criminal procedure at the Radboud University Nijmegen from January 1968 until July 1971 and served as a judge at the district court of Arnhem from April 1970 until May 1971.

After the election of 1971 Van Agt was appointed as Minister of Justice in the Cabinet Biesheuvel I, taking office on 6 July 1971. The Cabinet Biesheuvel I fell just one year on 19 July 1972 and continued to serve in a demissionary capacity until it was replaced by the caretaker Cabinet Biesheuvel II with Van Agt continuing as Minister of Justice, taking office on 9 August 1972. Van Agt was elected as a Member of the House of Representatives after the election of 1972, taking office on 23 January 1973. Following the cabinet formation of 1972 Van Agt continued as Minister of Justice and was appointed as Deputy Prime Minister in the Cabinet Den Uyl, taking office on 11 May 1973; the Cabinet Den Uyl fell on 22 March 1977 after four years of tensions in the coalition and continued to serve in a demissionary capacity. On 10 December 1976 the Catholic People's Party together with the Anti-Revolutionary Party and the Christian Historical Union party choose to merge in a political alliance to form the Christian Democratic Appeal, the Chairman of the Christian Democratic Appeal Piet Steenkamp approached Van Agt to become the first Leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal, Van Agt accepted and became the Leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal and the first Lijsttrekker of the Christian Democratic Appeal for the election of 1977.

The Christian Democratic Appeal had 48 seats in the House of House of Representatives held by former parties and made a small win, gaining 1 seat and remained the second-largest party and now had 49 seats in the House of Representatives. Van Agt returned as a Member of the House of Representatives and became the Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal in the House of Representatives, taking office on 8 June 1977 but he was still serving in the cabinet and because of dualism customs in the constitutional convention of Dutch politics he couldn't serve a dual mandate he subsequently resigned as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice on 8 September 1977. Following several failed cabinet formation attempts by incumbent Prime Minister and Leader of the Labour Party Joop den Uyl Van Agt struck a deal with the Leader of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Hans Wiegel to form a new cabinet and Van Agt was appointed as Formateur; the following cabinet formation of 1977 resulted in a coalition agreement between the Christian Democratic Appeal and the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy which formed the Cabinet Van Agt–Wiegel with Van Agt becoming Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of General Affairs, taking office on 19 December 1977.

For the election of 1981 Van Agt served again as Lijsttrekker. The Christian Democratic Appeal suffered a small loss, losing 1 seat but became the largest party for the first time and now had 48 seats in the House of Representatives and Van Agt was appointed as Formateur. Van Agt subsequently returned as a Member of the House of Representatives and Parliamentary leader in the House of Representatives, taking office on 10 June 1981; the following cabinet formation of 1981 resulted in a coalition agreement between the Christian Democratic Appeal, the Labour Party and Democrats 66 party which formed the Cabinet Van Agt II with Van Agt remaining Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of General Affairs, taking office on 11 September 1981. The Cabinet Van Agt II fell just seven months into its term on 12 May 1982 after continuing tensions in the coalition and continued to serve in a demissionary capacity until it was replaced by the caretaker Cabinet Van Agt III with Van Agt continuing as Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Minister of General Affairs and took over as Minister of Foreign Affairs, taking office on 29 May 1982.

For the election of 1982 Van Agt served for a last time as Lijsttrekker. The Christian Democratic Appeal suffered a small loss, losing 3 seats and fell back as the second largest party and now had 45 seats in the House of Representatives. Van Agt subsequently returned as a Member of the House of Representatives, taking office on 16 September 1982. On 25 October 1982 shortly after the election Van Agt unexpectedly announced he was stepping down as Leader and wouldn't serve another term as Prime Minister. Following the cabinet formation of 1982 Van Agt per his own request asked not to be considered for a cabinet post in the new cabinet, the Cabinet Van Agt III was replaced by the Cabinet Lubbers I on 4 November 1982 and continued to serve in the House of Representatives as a backbencher. In May 1983 Van Agt was nominated as the

Hanoi University of Mining and Geology

Hanoi University of Mining and Geology is a university in the Bắc Từ Liêm district of Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. It trains technical experts in exploitation of natural resources. Higher education is provided in theoretical sciences, information technology and economics and business administration. HUMG has three campuses: Hanoi, Quảng Ninh, Vũng Tàu. Faculty of Mining Faculty of Geology Faculty of Information technology Faculty of Surveying and MappingDepartment of Cartography Department of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Department of Surveying Engineering Department of Geodesy Department of General surveying Department of Mining surveying Faculty of Oil and Gas Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Faculty of Construction Faculty of Environment Faculty of Electromechanics Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Trần Đức Lương: president of Vietnam from 1997 to 2006 Phạm Nhật Vượng: real estate mogul, Vietnam's richest man and only billionaire Official website

YĆ«to Yoshida

Yūto Yoshida is a Japanese politician who serves as mayor of Yokosuka, Kanagawa from 10 July 2009. After graduating from Yokosuka High School in 1994 and Waseda University in 1999, Yoshida worked at Accenture for two years and studied political science at graduate school. In 2003, Yoshida ran for Yokosuka's assembly election, in which he was the youngest candidate and won the most votes, he was reelected in 2007. In the mayoral election held on 28 June 2009, Yoshida beat Ryōichi Kabaya, a former government official and the incumbent mayor backed by former Prime Minister Junichirō Koizumi and three major political parties, his victory, making him the first mayor of Yokosuka who has no bureaucratic background since 1973, is seen as a blow to the prospects for Shinjirō Koizumi, Junichirō Koizumi's second son, who plans to run for the coming national election. "Koizumi-backed incumbent loses Yokosuka mayoral race". Kyodo News. Kyodo. 29 June 2009. Retrieved 30 June 2009. Official website