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A Political Chronology of the Americas (Political by 1st Ed

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Charts the key occasions and remarkable dates within the political histories of the international locations of the region.* Alphabetically indexed person state chapters* Chronologically lists the key occasions of every kingdom* Covers the commercial, social and cultural advancements that experience affected the political background of every nation

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26 March 1991: The Treaty of Asunción was signed by Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Brazil 37 Uruguay, committing the four countries to the establishment of a common market, to be known in Portuguese as the Mercado Comum do Sul and in Spanish as the Mercado Común del Sur (Mercosul/Mercosur—the Southern Common Market). May 1991: Following the failure of a second series of economic reforms (the country had experienced a recession in 1990 followed by a resumption of inflation in 1991), the Government’s economic team, including the Minister of the Economy, Zélia Cardoso de Mello, was forced to resign.

7% of the ballot obtained by Lula da Silva. However, a high rate of abstention was reported. In concurrent legislative elections, the PFL secured 106 of the 513 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, the PSDB winning 99, the PMDB 82, the PPB 60 and the PT 58. November 1998: The Minister of Communications and the Foreign Trade Secretary (who were brothers) and the President of the National Development Bank were forced to resign following the revelation, through the unlawful recording of telephone conversations, that they had attempted to influence the sale of the state-owned telecommunications company earlier in the year.

21 May 2001: The Government and protesters’ representatives agreed to establish seven bilateral commissions to review various aspects of government policy. 7 August 2001: Bánzer resigned the presidency on grounds of ill health; the VicePresident, Jorge Quiroga, succeeded him. Quiroga pledged to solve the country’s economic crisis and to reduce poverty and corruption. Brazil c. 1000 BC: The indigenous Tupí-Guaraní people inhabited an area extending from the east coast of South America to the Andes; they were nomadic and lived by hunting and gathering.

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