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Jabłonowski Palace

The Jabłonowski Palace is a historic palace on Theatre Square in the Downtown district of Warsaw, Poland. Before World War II, the palace served as the Warsaw city hall; the Jabłonowski Palace was built in 1773-85 for Antoni Barnaba Jabłonowski by Jakub Fontana and Dominik Merlini. In 1817-19 it was reconstructed to serve as the Warsaw city hall, replacing the dismantled old city hall. In 1863 the building was damaged by a fire set by demonstrating Polish patriots during the January 1863 Uprising. In 1864-69 the building was reconstructed in a Neo-Renaissance style. At that time, the characteristic tower was added. During the 1939 Invasion of Poland, the city hall served as headquarters of Warsaw's civil defense. During the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, the German forces destroyed the building. In 1952-58 the city hall's debris was cleared. In the 1990s the building was rebuilt to pre-1936 architectural plans; the palace's overall shape, including tower and façade, is prewar. Some features were, built in contemporary style

James Laidlaw Maxwell

James Laidlaw Maxwell Senior was the first Presbyterian missionary to Formosa. He served with the English Presbyterian Mission. Maxwell studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, completing his degree in 1858 with a graduation thesis The Chemistry and Physiology of the Spleen, he worked in London at the Birmingham General Hospital. He was an elder in the Broad Street Presbyterian Church before being sent to Taiwan by the Presbyterian Church of England in 1864, he donated a small printing press to the church, used to print the Taiwan Church News. On 16 June 1865, at the urging of missionaries H. L. Mackenzie and Carstairs Douglas, he established the first Presbyterian church in Taiwan, this date now celebrated by the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan as its anniversary. First his mission centred in the then-capital Taiwan Fu. In early 1872 he advised Canadian Presbyterian missionary pioneer George Leslie Mackay to start his work in northern Taiwan, near Tamsui, he married Mary Anne Goodall of Handsworth on 7 April 1868 in Hong Kong.

They had two sons, John Preston and James Laidlaw Jnr, both of whom also became medical missionaries. He retired in London in 1885 where he formed and became the first secretary of the Medical Missionary Association, he and his sons oversaw the construction of Sin-lâu Hospital in Tainan, the first western-style hospital in Taiwan. The younger J. L. Maxwell served in the Tainan hospital from 1900 to 1923, during Taiwan's Japanese era. MacMillan, Hugh. Till Now in Formosa. English and Canadian Presbyterian Missions in Formosa. Pp. 30–34, 98. OL 16996587M. Entry of James Laidlaw Maxwell at Mundus Taiwan Church News: Kaohsiung Declines to Rename Hospital for Founding Missionary

Yoon Suk-yeol

Yoon Suk-yeol is a South Korean lawyer and the current Attorney General. He is the 2nd Attorney General under the Moon Jae-in cabinet. Yoon Suk-yeol was born in Yeonhui-dong, Seodaemun District, Seoul in 1961; some suggested that he was from Honam. His father, Yoon Ki-joong, is a retired educator from Daegu graduated from Yonsei University and Hitotsubashi University who established the Korean Statistical Society and now as a full member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Korea, his mother was born in Gangneung and a lecturer of Ewha Womans University who quitted after her marriage. Yoon studied law at Seoul National University, he is a colleague to Moon Kang-bae, a lawyer who described Yoon as a "extrovert and faithful" person. Shortly after the Gwangju Uprising and his colleagues held a mock trial, where he acted as the prosecutor demanded the death penalty for the President of the Republic Chun Doo-hwan. Following the mock trial, Yoon had to escape to Gangwon Province. Yoon was exempted from the national service due to anisometropia in 1982.

Regarding the disease, he added he could not to get a driving licence. Yoon failed the second, he kept failed for 9 years. He passed the bar in 1991 along with Park Beom-kye, a Democratic MP. Yoon started his career at Daegu Public Prosecutor’s Office in 1994, he headed the Special Branch and Central Investigation Department, both investigate corruption-related cases. In 1999, he arrested an Assistant Commissioner Park Hui-won, involved in corruption despite of strong objections from bureaucrats of the Kim Dae-jung cabinet. In January 2002, Yoon shortly worked as a lawyer at Bae, Kim & Lee but quitted as he felt he is not suitable to hold the position, he returned as a prosecutor and arrested pro-Roh Moo-hyun figures i.e. Ahn Hee-jung and Kang Keum-won. In 2006, he apprehended Chung Mong-koo for his complicity in slush fund incident of Hyundai Motor Company. In 2008, he worked for the independent counsel team resolving BBK incident related to the President Lee Myung-bak. On 19 May 2017, the newly-elected President Moon Jae-in appointed Yoon as the Chief of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office.

On 17 June 2019, Yoon was designated as the Attorney General. His nomination was welcomed by the ruling Democratic Party and the Party for Democracy and Peace, but was opposed by the Liberty Korea Party and the Bareunmirae Party. A minor centre-left Justice Party remained neutral. On 16 July, he was appointed as the new Attorney General and started his term 9 days later. President Moon ordered him to be neutral, adding that any kind of corruptions must be investigated though it is related to the government. Yoon led investigations against the Minister of Justice Cho Kuk, involved in various scandals, his decision was welcomed by the oppositions but was condemned by the Democratic Party and its supporters. After Choo Mi-ae was appointed as the new Minister of Justice, she took an action against several prosecutors who are close to Yoon. Yoon identifies himself as "conservative", adding that he was inspired from economically liberal Milton Friedman, he seeks a gradual change rather than a radical change.

A former conservative MP, Chung Doo-un, agreed to consider him as a conservative. He is considered as a potential presidential candidate for the 2022 presidential election. Yoon married to the President of Covana Contents, she is 12 years younger than him. Both were married in 2012