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STRUCTURAL REFORMS
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POPE PIUS IX
LIBERAL REFORMS
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INTERNAL REFORMS
DEMOCRATIC REFORMS
LAND REFORMS
EMPEROR DIOCLETIAN
CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS
LATE REPUBLIC
MARIAN REFORMS
LORDS
COMPROMISE
COMMUNISM
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WELFARE
NINETEENTH CENTURY
MINISTERS
CABINET
OPPOSITION
UKRAINE
HISTORIANS
TIBET
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EUROPEAN UNION
DEMOCRATIZATION
MACEDONIA
CIVIL WAR
PROSPERITY
REIGN
NOBILITY
ADOPTION
POLAND
REPUBLIC
NORTHERN IRELAND
PART
TRAVANCORE
ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS
ROME
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
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PARLIAMENT
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Definitions

  1. Reforms were made in ballet composition by composers such as Christoph Gluck. (Web site)
  2. Reforms were intended to improve the quality rather than quantity of wine. (Web site)
  3. The reforms were dropped, and Catherine then interfered in Poland even further by pressing for full rights for non-Catholic religious dissenters.
  4. The reforms were intended to break down resistance to Gorbachev's economic reforms by conservative elements within the Communist Party.
  5. The reforms were prompted by the bribery scandal that erupted a year ago surrounding Salt Lake City's winning bid for the 2002 Winter Games. (Web site)

Structural Reforms

  1. Major structural reforms, of the kind conducted by the emperor Heraclius in the 7th century, may yet have saved the empire.
  2. In order to qualify for the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), Portugal agreed to cut its fiscal deficit and undertake structural reforms.
  3. Structural reforms in health care, education, the pension system, and state administration have resulted in larger-than-expected fiscal pressures.

Sweeping Reforms

  1. This is when the Emperor Heraclius made sweeping reforms, forever changing the face of the empire.
  2. Moscow's famous metro system has banned homeless people and drunks as part of sweeping reforms to modernise it. (Web site)
  3. Being the secular and religious head, he was soon recognized by Tibet, and brought sweeping reforms. (Web site)

Several Reforms

  1. The new shah introduced several reforms in his kingdom, and, aided by twelve ministers, assumed personally the government of the empire. (Web site)
  2. Several reforms were made in the French-controlled regions, where much property of the Church was confiscated. (Web site)

Pope Pius Ix

  1. However, Pope Pius IX considered these changes to be the completion of his reforms.

Liberal Reforms

  1. There were hopes that this would change when Pope Pius IX was elected to succeed Gregory and began to introduce liberal reforms.
  2. Yabloko, which favors liberal reforms, and Patriots of Russia failed to clear the 7% threshold in 2007 to enter the Duma.

Popular Support

  1. In return, communists in Shanxi under Bo's leadership helped Yen to implement many reforms that greatly increased the popular support for Yan's regime.

Internal Reforms

  1. They were formed in 1977 as part of the internal reforms to Fine Gael instigated by Garret Fitzgerald who had become leader of the party. (Web site)
  2. Major military defeats of Austria, like the Battle of Königgrätz (1866), forced the Emperor to concede internal reforms.
  3. The Archduchy of Austria proved a threat when its ruler, Emperor Joseph II, made internal reforms which conflicted with some of the power of the Papacy. (Web site)

Democratic Reforms

  1. In 1990, Idriss Déby, leader of the Patriotic Salvation Movement (MPS), overthrew the government and promised democratic reforms and a new constitution. (Web site)
  2. The Tories supported democratic reforms and reorganised the government to give cabinet ministers greater responsibility over their departments.
  3. Democratic reforms Even though Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Kai-shek was a political and military leader of 20th century China. (Web site)

Land Reforms

  1. Land reforms forced through the Senate for Pompey's veterans; Crassus' tax-farming proposals passed.
  2. Watch as the corrupt elites of the third world are removed from power, land reforms are enacted, and economies are reoriented.

Emperor Diocletian

  1. Rationalis was the Roman Empire 's chief financial minister prior to the reforms of Emperor Diocletian and the Late Empire.
  2. Emperor Diocletian was largely responsible for the reforms of the army which followed the tumultuous third century. (Web site)

Constitutional Reforms

  1. Around 300 AD, the emperor Diocletian enacted a series of constitutional reforms. (Web site)
  2. In 2005, the constitution was put into effect, though there is still much debate in the country about the constitutional reforms. (Web site)
  3. Before the Constitutional reforms that brought a new Instrument of Government in 1974 the Riksdag itself underwent fundamental changes in 1970.

Late Republic

  1. The late Republic saw a decline in the senate's power, which began following the reforms of the tribunes Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus. (Web site)

Marian Reforms

  1. In a process known as the Marian reforms, Roman consul Gaius Marius carried out a programme of reform of the Roman military. (Web site)
  2. As part of the Marian reforms, the legions' internal organization was standardized. (Web site)
  3. After the Marian reforms, the army became a professional one.

Lords

  1. Reforms enacted in 1999 (see above) caused several hundred hereditary peers to lose their seats in the House of Lords. (Web site)

Compromise

  1. As a part of a compromise, however, it agreed to permit 92 hereditary peers to remain until the reforms were complete.

Communism

  1. After Communism collapsed, reforms removed politics and ideology from schools, although schools continue to receive large subsidies from the state. (Web site)
  2. Some other individualists in common with Marx's theory of historical materialism see the capitalist reforms as harbingers of the future coming of communism. (Web site)

Democracy

  1. In order to maintain a veneer of democracy, Suharto made a number of electoral reforms. (Web site)
  2. The first Sanguinetti administration implemented economic reforms and consolidated democracy following the country's years under military rule. (Web site)

Welfare

  1. Despite campaigning heavily against the government's "socialism", it did not propose to undo the Liberal Party's labour and welfare reforms. (Web site)
  2. Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen called the election to get the mandate for a number of reforms in welfare and taxation.
  3. He was, however, willing to grant such political reforms as he deemed expedient to the welfare of the people and compatible with the papal sovereignty. (Web site)

Nineteenth Century

  1. Because of European pressure as well as the discontent of the Syrian people, the Ottoman sultans enacted some reforms during the nineteenth century. (Web site)
  2. The provisions of the proposed legislation would arguably work the most sweeping reforms to the U.S. patent system since the nineteenth century.

Ministers

  1. The reforms begun by his able ministers A. R. J. Turgot and Chrétien de Malesherbes were opposed by the court faction, including Marie Antoinette. (Web site)

Cabinet

  1. Many Māori were angry at Ngata's departure from Cabinet, believing that he was the victim of a Pākehā attempt to undermine his land reforms. (Web site)
  2. In order to respond to May 68 's yearnings, Jacques Chaban-Delmas, who led the cabinet, promoted a programme of reforms for the advent of a "New Society".

Opposition

  1. He did, however, become highly popular with the public, as many New Zealanders shared his opposition to the reforms.
  2. It may also be due to opposition from civil servants, particularly where major policy reforms follow a transition from authoritarian rule to democracy.
  3. Although by then a Reform supporter, Anderson did not share the party's deep opposition to the constitutional reforms known as the Charlottetown Accord. (Web site)

Ukraine

  1. Such was the condition of affairs in the Ukraine when Wladislaus IV. proposed to make the Cossacks the pivot of his foreign policy and his domestic reforms. (Web site)

Historians

  1. The long period of Ottoman stagnation is typically characterized by historians as an era of failed reforms. (Web site)

Tibet

  1. But, in light of the special circumstances in Tibet, the central government declared that democratic reforms would not be introduced before 1962.
  2. In 1963 His Holiness presented a draft democratic constitution for Tibet that was followed by a number of reforms to democratise our administrative set-up. (Web site)
  3. However, The 14th Dalai Lama initiated far-reaching reforms in Tibet as soon as He assumed temportal authority. (Web site)

Administration

  1. His reforms of the army and administration enabled him to reunite the country and bring most Caucasian lands under Georgia’s control.
  2. In 1895, King Chulalongkorn implemented far-reaching reforms in the administration of Thailand which divided Phitsanulok Province into amphoe and tambon. (Web site)
  3. Fidel RAMOS was elected president in 1992 and his administration was marked by greater stability and progress on economic reforms. (Web site)

Number

  1. Soon after coming to power, he passed a number of reforms meant to establish Indonesia as a center of foreign investment. (Web site)
  2. As a result of this leniency in the ecclesiastical courts, a number of reforms were undertaken to combat the abuse of the benefit of clergy. (Web site)
  3. Starting in 1964, a series of reforms have been issued concerning Eastern Catholic Churches that have corrected a number of past errors. (Web site)

European Union

  1. Bulgaria's current government has continued these reforms, and in 2007 the country joined the European Union. (Web site)
  2. The new government tightened budgetary discipline, supported market reforms, and passed the legislation required to ensure entry into the European Union. (Web site)

Democratization

  1. Today, reforms and democratization have brought Bulgaria into the NATO fold, with EU accession celebrated in 2007.

Macedonia

  1. A little later it was announced that the British and Russian monarchs would meet at Reval on June 10 to discuss reforms for Macedonia.
  2. The Young Turk movement, lead by the Young Turk Committee, had the aim of reforming the Turkish country and making social and political reforms in Macedonia. (Web site)
  3. Economic problems persist, even as Macedonia undertakes structural reforms to finish the transition to a market-oriented economy. (Web site)

Civil War

  1. Kingdom of Afghanistan Main articles: Reforms of Amanullah Khan and civil war and Kingdom of Afghanistan King Amanullah on a royal trip to Berlin.
  2. But his attempts at introducing reforms provoked a civil war, called Lubomirski's rebellion, in 1665. (Web site)

Prosperity

  1. Under Maria Theresa and Joseph II much was done for the prosperity of the Milanese, and civil and ecclesiastical reforms were also introduced. (Web site)

Reign

  1. Many historians mark the sweeping reforms made during the reign of Heraclius as the breaking-point with Byzantium's ancient Roman past.
  2. Under his reign some attempts to political reforms was made, which are know as the Tongzhi Restoration. (Web site)

Nobility

  1. The power of the nobility was lessened by his reforms; encouraged by the Duke of Burgundy they formed a coalition against the King (the Praguerie). (Web site)
  2. Poniatowski sought to carry out much needed reforms, but aroused the suspicion of the nobility who feared the establishment of a royal despotism. (Web site)

Adoption

  1. Then, too, it had become more independent since the adoption of the Gregorian reforms, which deprived the king of the power to appoint bishops.
  2. In March 2000, Congress approved a series of structural reforms that also provided for the adoption of the US dollar as legal tender.
  3. Among these proposed reforms are adoption of a first-inventor-to-file priority system, a post-grant review system, assignee filing, and prior user rights.

Poland

  1. With the advent of liberal reforms in Poland, in 1789 he returned to military service.
  2. As King of Poland he instituted several reforms but when rebel forces rose up against him and even took him prisoner for a time. (Web site)
  3. A settlement at the “silent Sejm” surrounded by Russian troops removed Saxon contingents from Poland, but it brought about certain reforms.

Republic

  1. Recent educational reforms intended to address these criticisms are a topic of intense debate in the Republic of China.
  2. Belatedly, the Republic of China government sought to enlist popular support through internal reforms.
  3. The economic reforms carried out by Sher Shah, like the introduction of Rupee and Custom Duties, is still used in the Republic of India.

Northern Ireland

  1. These reforms will remove academic selection in Northern Ireland, which some observers think will effectively destroy the country's grammar schools. (Web site)
  2. Following local government reforms in the 1970s, county councils no longer exist in Scotland or Northern Ireland.
  3. For the firt time in many years there is some hope that political reforms may make Northern Ireland a better place to live in for all its inhabitants. (Web site)

Part

  1. In 1855, the Ottoman Empire abolished the tax, as part of reforms to equalize the status of Muslims and non-Muslims. (Web site)
  2. It was introduced to the postal system of the United Kingdom and Ireland on May 1, 1840 as part of the reforms suggested by Rowland Hill.
  3. Postage stamps were first introduced in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in May 1840 as part of the postal reforms promoted by Rowland Hill.

Travancore

  1. Gowri Lakshmi Bayi was one of Travancore s most popular Queens and introduced several reforms in the state.
  2. The government of India issued a stamp in 1991, commemorating the reforms that marked the rule of Chitira Tirunal in Travancore.
  3. The beginning of agrarian reforms in Travancore started with the reign of Ayilyam Tirunal.

Administrative Reforms

  1. In 1933, Diem was chosen to be the interior minister by Emperor Bao Dai for the Commission for Administrative Reforms. (Web site)
  2. Constantine built upon the administrative reforms introduced by Diocletian. (Web site)
  3. He encouraged Western European cultural influences to spread in Ukraine, and administrative reforms in the towns.

Rome

  1. The movement was backed by a stoic philosopher named Blossius, who had been concerned with the reforms of the Gracchi in Rome. (Web site)
  2. Along with the indefatigable Nino Bixio, young Mameli was in on every demonstration in approval of Pope Pius IX, who had conceded liberal reforms in Rome.
  3. Following a civil war, he became Rome's dictator and enacted many needed reforms which helped ensure the success of Rome for centuries to come.

Roman Catholic Church

  1. In general these reforms were rather less radical than those introduced into the Roman Catholic Church since the Second Vatican Council in modern times.
  2. The Roman Catholic Church in Muslim Spain continued to function, although it lost contact with religious reforms in Rome.
  3. Religious reforms in 1857 secured freedom of religion, separating the Roman Catholic Church from government and politics.

Legions

  1. Bust of Marius, instigator of the Marian reforms The legions of the late Republic were, structurally, almost entirely heavy infantry.
  2. Of or relating to Gaius Marius: the Marian reforms of the legions. (Web site)

Acceleration

  1. This led to the acceleration of the process of reforms in East Germany that ended with the German reunification that came into force on 3 October 1990.

Parliament

  1. Subsequently in 2003, however, the parliament passed a series of reforms designed to facilitate Turkey's admission. (Web site)
  2. But the "radical" reforms supported by these organizations (for example, universal suffrage) found even less support in Parliament. (Web site)
  3. After the reforms of 1410, the veche was restructured on a model similar to that of Venice, becoming the Commons chamber of the parliament.

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