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朱莉娅·艾琳·吉拉德（英文：Julia Eileen Gillard），澳大利亚政治人物，生于英国威尔士格拉摩根山谷的小镇巴瑞，墨尔本大学法律和文学双学士学位毕业。
外文名： Julia Eileen Gillard
Julia Eileen Gillard, Australian politician, was born in England Wales valley town of Glamorgan Barry, Melbourne University Law and literature double degree graduate.
June 24, 2010, Julia Gillard was elected as new Prime Minister of Australia, became Australia’s first woman prime minister.
Chinese Name: Julia Gillard
Foreign Name: Julia Eileen Gillard
Place of birth: Wales, UK
Date of birth: September 29, 1961
Party: Australian Labor Party
Julia Gillard (Julia Gillard), 1961 was born on September 29, Wales, UK region, at an early age, that is, with his parents emigrated to Australia. Before politics, Girard is a lawyer. She in 1998, entered the Australian Parliament, and, in 2006, and former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to cooperate. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd during the Australian government in Girard, a former number of positions, including employment and industrial relations minister, education minister, minister of social acceptance, after which she became the Australian Deputy Prime Minister. Girard into politics 20 years, an active advocate of women’s participation in national political and social innovation. She said she was not to narrow the gender gap in politics, she said: It is now on the politics of women’s social and private life, a different view, “is narrowing.” Australian Government before the election, because Girard pay attention to education reform and labor issues, has a high support rate, which is the majority of people support the Labour Party Kevin Rudd, an important reason to replace her. Local people expect her to be able to implement the federal vote in 2010, Kevin Rudd promised before the policy. June 24, 2010 general elections, Julia Gillard on becoming Australia’s first female prime minister.
Girard said he is a “work hard”, “want to see change,” the people, in politics, is a “real person, like to solve the problem.” She said, who is also senior positions, a lot of pressure, she was “like” such a life. However, she said, privately, she is a “very relaxed and quiet person who likes to joke.” Girard in personal life, too busy to take care of, is still single.
September 29, 1961, was born in England Wales valley town of Glamorgan Barry;
Julia Gillard and literature by the University of Melbourne Law dual degree graduate;
In 1983, Girard was elected President of the Australian Union of Students;
1996 became the Victorian Labor Party leader John Bullen than the Secretary-General;
The first time in 1998 on behalf of the Labour Party, to participate in the federal election, and the Labor Party in Victoria ‘traditional constituency “- Lalo (Lalor) highest number of votes;
In 2001, the Gillard into the federal opposition’s “shadow cabinet”, has been responsible for immigration, health, and labor relations matters;
In 2004, the fourth consecutive Labour Party, was defeated in the federal election, the outside world had expected to Girard as Labor Party leader, was turned down;
In December 2006, Girard and Kevin Rudd partner, the Labour Party’s successful election to the leadership; Kevin Rudd as leader, Gillard as his deputy;
November 24, 2007, the Australian Labor Party federal election, and finally won;
November 29, 2007, as Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Gillard as deputy prime minister he appointed, she became Australia’s first female deputy prime minister;
In 1998, Julia Gillard, entering the Australian Parliament, in 2006, and former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to cooperate.
June 24, 2010, the Australian Labor Party hold a vote, Mr Rudd in the carbon trading scheme, the position again, decided to impose the Australian mining industry “resource super profits tax” and other decision-making, leading to decline in popularity, was working against right-wing forces within the party; He voted to give up, Gilad has been elected either to become Australia’s first ever female prime minister.
August 21, 2010, parliamentary elections, Girard led the Australian Labor Party, and Tony Albert (Tony Abbott)-led opposition alliance, are unable to obtain a majority of seats there in Australia 70 years ago, the first “no the majority of parliament, “the impasse. After more than two weeks to bargain with independent members to support the Labour Party’s two seats narrowly defeated opposition coalition, the Prime Minister Gillard to achieve re-election, nearly 70 years to build Australia’s first minority government.
Gilad on June 24, 2010, Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, was sworn in as Australia’s new prime minister.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague
The Right Honourable
First Secretary of State
12 May 2010
Prime Minister David Cameron
Preceded by The Lord Mandelson
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
11 May 2010
Prime Minister David Cameron
Preceded by David Miliband
Shadow Foreign Secretary
6 December 2005 – 11 May 2010
Leader David Cameron
Preceded by Liam Fox
Succeeded by David Miliband
Leader of the Opposition
19 June 1997 – 13 September 2001
Monarch Elizabeth II
Prime Minister Tony Blair
Preceded by John Major
Succeeded by Iain Duncan Smith
Leader of the Conservative Party
19 June 1997 – 13 September 2001
Preceded by John Major
Succeeded by Iain Duncan Smith
Secretary of State for Wales
5 July 1995 – 2 May 1997
Prime Minister John Major
Preceded by David Hunt
Succeeded by Ron Davies
Minister of State for Social Security
20 July 1994 – 5 July 1995
Prime Minister John Major
Preceded by Nicholas Scott
Succeeded by Lord MacKay of Ardbrecknish
Member of Parliament
for Richmond (Yorks)
23 February 1989
Preceded by Leon Brittan
Majority 23,336 (43.7%)
Born 26 March 1961 (1961-03-26) (age 50)
Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England
Political party Conservative
Spouse(s) Ffion Jenkins (m. 1997-present)
Alma mater Magdalen College, Oxford
European Institute of Business Administration
Profession Management consultant
Religion Church of England
William Jefferson Hague (born 26 March 1961- ) is the British Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State. He previously served as Leader of the Conservative Party from June 1997 to September 2001. In Parliament, he represents the constituency of Richmond (Yorks), having done so since 1989.
Educated at Ripon Grammar School, a selective grammar school, then the University of Oxford (graduating with First Class Honours in Philosophy Politics and Economics) and INSEAD, Hague was first elected to the House of Commons in a by-election in 1989. Hague rose through the ranks of John Major’s government and entered the Cabinet in 1995 as the Secretary of State for Wales. Following the Conservatives’ defeat in the 1997 general election, he was elected as leader of the Conservative Party. He resigned as party leader after the 2001 general election following a landslide defeat to the Labour Party. He was the first leader of the Conservatives not to have become Prime Minister since Austen Chamberlain in the early 1920s.
On the backbenches, Hague began a career as an author, writing biographies of William Pitt the Younger and William Wilberforce. He also held several directorships, and worked as a consultant and public speaker. After David Cameron was elected leader of the Conservative Party in 2005, Hague returned to front line politics as shadow foreign secretary. Later in 2010, upon Cameron becoming Prime Minister, Hague took on the roles of First Secretary of State and Foreign Secretary.
Early lifeHague was born in Rotherham in Yorkshire. He initially boarded at Ripon Grammar School and then attended Wath-upon-Dearne Comprehensive, a state secondary school near Rotherham, then known as Wath Grammar School. Hague’s father and mother ran a soft drinks manufacturing business for which he used to work during school holidays.
He first made the national news at the age of 16 by speaking at the Conservative Party’s 1977 national conference. In his speech he told the attenders, “Half of you won’t be here in 30 or 40 years’ time”, but that others would have to live with consequences of a Labour government if it stayed in power.
Hague studied PPE at Magdalen College, Oxford, graduating with First-Class Honours. He was President of the Oxford University Conservative Association (OUCA), but was also “convicted of electoral malpractice” in the process. OUCA’s official historian David Blair notes that Hague was actually elected on a platform pledging to clean up OUCA, but that this was “tarnished by accusations that he misused his position as Returning Officer to help the Magdalen candidate for the Presidency, Peter Halley. Hague was playing the classic game of using his powers as President to keep his faction in power, and Halley was duly elected…There were accusations of blatant ballot box stuffing.” On a subsequent visit to OUCA as a guest speaker in the 1990s, Hague was reported to have told them “It is not the election that one needs to worry about…it’s more the tribunal thereafter.”
He was then President of the Oxford Union, a noted route to political office. Following university, Hague went on to study for a Master of Business Administration degree at INSEAD. He then worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, where Archie Norman was his mentor.
Member of ParliamentHe was first an unsuccessful parliamentary candidate for Wentworth in 1987, but was then elected to Parliament in a by-election in 1989 as member for Richmond, North Yorkshire, succeeding former Home Secretary Leon Brittan. Following his election he was the youngest Conservative MP.
GovernmentDespite having only recently entered Parliament, Hague became part of the government in 1990, serving as Parliamentary Private Secretary for the Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont. After Lamont was sacked in 1993, Hague moved to the Department of Social Security where he was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State. The following year he was promoted to Minister of State at the DSS with responsibility for Social Security and Disabled People. His fast rise up through the government is attributed to his intelligence and skills in debate.
He entered the Cabinet in 1995 as Secretary of State for Wales. Hague made a good impression at the Welsh Office; his predecessor John Redwood had been heavily criticised in the role. Resolving not to repeat Redwood’s attempt to mime the Welsh national anthem at a public event, Hague asked a Welsh Office civil servant, Ffion Jenkins, to teach him the words; they later married. He continued serving in the Cabinet until the Conservatives were removed from power in the 1997 general election.
Leadership of the Conservative PartyFollowing the 1997 general election defeat, Hague was elected as the leader of the Conservative Party in succession to John Major, defeating more experienced figures such as Kenneth Clarke and Michael Howard.
At the age of 36, Hague was tasked with rebuilding the Conservative Party (fresh from their worst general election result of the 20th century) by attempting to build a more modern image. £250,000 was spent on the “Listening to Britain” campaign to try to put the Conservatives back in the touch with the public after losing power; he was also influenced by the “compassionate conservatism” ideology of George W. Bush, the Governor of Texas.
On one of these occasions he visited a theme park and he, his Chief of Staff Sebastian Coe and the local MP took a ride on a log flume wearing baseball caps emblazoned with the word ‘HAGUE’. Cecil Parkinson described the exercise as “juvenile”.
During the 1998 Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth, the tabloid Sun’s front page infamously read (referencing Monty Python’s “Dead Parrot” sketch), “This party is no more … it has ceased to be … this is an ex-party. Cause of death: suicide.”
Despite this, Hague steered the Tories to excellent results in the European parliament election in June 1999, where they gained 36 MEPs next to Labour’s 29. Hague hailed this success as a vindication of his opposition to the single European currency.
Hague’s authority was put in doubt with the promotion of Michael Portillo to the role of Shadow Chancellor in 2000. Indeed, Portillo had been widely tipped to be the party’s next leader before dramatically losing his seat in parliament in the 1997 general election, only to regain his place there in a by-election win two years later.
Within days Portillo reversed Conservative opposition to two of Labour’s flagship policies, the minimum wage and independence of the Bank of England. From then and until the 2001 General Election Hague’s supporters, led by Amanda Platell, fought an increasingly bitter battle with those of Portillo. Platell has said that she advised Hague to abandon the “fresh start” theme and to follow his instincts. This led to a number of further mistakes, such as the claim that he used to drink “14 pints of beer a day” when he was a teenager.
Hague’s reputation suffered further damage towards the end of his leadership, with a 2001 poll for the Daily Telegraph finding that 66% of voters considered him to be “a bit of a wally” and 70% of voters believed he would “say almost anything to win votes”.
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贝拉克·侯赛因·奥巴马二世（英语：Barack Hussein Obama Jr.，1961年8月4日－ ），美国民主党，第44任美国总统,和第一位非裔美国总统，是首位同时拥有黑（卢欧族）白（英德爱混血）血统，童年在亚洲成长的美国总统。
2005年1月3日 – 2008年11月16日
出生 1961年8月4日 (1961-08-04)（50岁）
网站 The White House
Organizing for America
他有多个译名,如奥巴马、欧巴马等，在到韩国参加20国集团峰会时,更给取了个韩国名字:吴韩马（Oh Han -ma）。
职位 姓名 任期
总统 贝拉克·奥巴马 2009—
副总统 乔·拜登 2009—
白宫幕僚长 拉姆·伊曼纽尔 2009—
国务卿 希拉里·克林顿 2009—
财政部长 蒂莫西·F·盖特纳 2009—
司法部长 埃里克·霍尔德 2009—
内政部长 肯·萨拉查 2009—
农业部长 汤姆·维尔萨克 2009—
劳工部长 希尔达·索利斯 2009—
卫生和公共服务部长 汤姆·达施勒 2009—
住房及城市发展部长 肖恩·多诺万 2009—
运输部长 雷·拉胡德 2009—
能源部长 朱棣文 2009—
教育部长 阿恩·邓肯 2009—
退伍军人部长 艾力·新关 2009—
国土安全部长 珍妮特·纳波利塔诺 2009—
奥巴马一家人-奥巴马的父母,在火奴鲁鲁玛诺亚之夏威夷大学相识，随后,结婚，1961年,生下奥巴马。父亲老贝拉克·奥巴马,是生于肯尼亚的卢欧族黑人，肯尼亚经济学家。他对于自己早逝的黑人父亲的信息,大多来自于家庭故事和照片，他认为:父亲与自己身边的人完全不同，皮肤黑得像沥青；母亲斯坦利·安·邓娜姆,是堪萨斯州威奇托的白人教师，在《 我父亲的梦想 》一中，他描述了自己在母亲的白种美国中产家庭成长的经历，并描述了母亲与父亲,表现在肤色上的种族差异。他2岁时，父母分居，随后,离婚。离异后，父亲前往哈佛大学,攻读博士学位，最终,返回肯尼亚；母亲,嫁给了一位印度尼西亚籍的学生卢路·索特洛，1970年,生一女儿Maya Soetoro;1980年,两人离婚。1982年,奥巴马父亲在肯尼亚,因车祸去世，母亲,于1995年身故。他的祖父,为英国殖民统治肯尼亚时期之公务员。
Barack Hussein Obama Maer Shi (English: Barack Hussein Obama Jr., 1961 年 8 4 May -), U.S. Democratic Party, 44th U.S. president, and the first African-American president, is the first have both black (Luou family) white (Anglo-German love mixed) origin, childhood growth in Asia, the U.S. president.
1961, was born in Honolulu, Hawaii United States, childhood and adolescence, respectively, spent in Indonesia and Hawaii. In 1991, with honors honors, from Harvard Law School graduate. In 1996, he was elected Illinois Senator. In 2000, running for U.S. House seats, failed, after the senator has been engaged in work, and in 2002, was re-elected. In 2004, the U.S. Democratic National Convention, keynote speech, becoming the leading U.S. politicians. In November, 70 percent of the vote, elected representatives of the Illinois U.S. senator, U.S. history, the fifth, with Senator African descent.
February 10, 2007, he focused on the end of the war in Iraq, and implementation of national health insurance system for the election platform, officially announced in the 2008 U.S. presidential election. In June 2002, won the Democratic primary, the first in U.S. history to be nominated by the African-American major party presidential candidates, and on November 4, duly elected. Became president, he restored the full implementation of the economic recovery plan the U.S. economy, on energy, immigration, civil health care, education, tax administration and other areas for change; the military, advocating withdrawal from Afghanistan and Iraq to the Islamic world, that a friendly not accompanied by force, also signed and nuclear Wutai Guo Russia to reduce nuclear weapons “Prague Treaty.” October 9, 2009, won the Nobel Committee awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In 2010, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, so that he faces serious challenges the ability to govern.
44th President of the United States
Date of taking office
January 20, 2009
Vice President Joe Biden
Former George W. Bush
Term of office
January 3, 2005 – November 16, 2008
Peter Fitzgerald, former
Successor, Edward Wallace Roland Burris
Born August 4, 1961 (1961-08-04) (age 50)
Honolulu, Hawaii USA
Nationality American (mulatto)
Spouse Michelle Obama
Children Maria Anao Alabama
Alma mater, Harvard Law School
Professional lawyers, senators
Faith Protestant (United Church of Christ)
The White House Web site
Organizing for America
He has more than one translation, such as Obama, Obama, etc., to South Korea to participate in the G20 summit, more to take up a Korean name: Wu Han Ma (Oh Han-ma).
Cabinet – became president, Obama nominated American female judge 索尼娅索托 Hispanic mayor, as the U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter to be retired to succeed, August 6, 2009, the Senate by 68 votes in favor and 31 votes against, by the appointment; the same year on December 1, the nomination race with his presidency, Clinton served as State Secretary.
Post Name term
Barack Obama President 2009 –
Vice President Joe Biden 2009 –
White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel 2009 –
Hillary Clinton 2009 –
Defense Secretary Robert Gates
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner F · 2009 –
Attorney General Eric Holder 2009 –
Interior Minister Ken Sala Charles 2009 –
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack 2009 –
Commerce Secretary Gary Locke
Labour Minister Hill Dassault Aires 2009 –
Health and Public Services Minister Tom Daschle 2009 –
Minister of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan 2009 –
Transport Minister Leila Hood 2009 –
Energy Secretary Steven Chu, 2009 –
Minister of Education Arne Duncan 2009 –
Veterans Minister Eric Shinseki 2009 –
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano 2009 –
Obama family – Barack Obama’s parents, the University of Hawaii in the fire 奴鲁鲁玛诺亚 met, then married, in 1961, gave birth to Obama. Father, Barack Obama, is born in Kenya Luou family black, Kenyan economist. He died young black fathers for their own information, mostly from family stories and photos, he said: his father and the people around them is completely different, skin as black as pitch; mother, Stanley An Dengna Farm, Kansas Wichita, white teachers, “my father’s dream of” one, he described his white American mother’s experiences growing up middle-class families, and describes the mother and father, and in the skin color on racial differences. He was 2 years old, parents are separated, then divorced. Divorced, his father to Harvard University, Ph.D., and ultimately, return to Kenya; mother married an Indonesian student 卢路索特洛 membership in 1970, birth to one daughter, Maya Soetoro; 1980, the couple divorced . In 1982, Obama’s father in Kenya, died in a car accident, mother, died in 1995. His grandfather, for the period of British colonial rule in Kenya, the civil service.
The summer of 1989, Obama Sidley Austin law firm, served as summer-time students during that time have been met Michelle Robinson is a lawyer. Two, married in 1992, the existing two daughters – the eldest daughter Maria, born 1999, daughter Sasha, born in 2001. Obama’s family, Chicago thirty-one United Church of Christ members. On May 31, 2008, abruptly left the church’s announcement. In 2008, presidential election and to take account of his own health, as well as for his wife, Michelle Obama put on his own campaign, in this early, quit the smoking habit for 20 years.
January 2009, 47-year-old Obama and his family, from Philadelphia, take the train along the railway line passing through Lincoln, then travel to Washington to assume the presidency, his family moved into the White House, Michelle Robinson became U.S. first lady.