Rudd Ministry
Rudd Ministry may refer to:
Leterme II Government
The Leterme II Government was the federal government of Belgium from 25 November 2009 to 26 April 2010, and the caretaker government until 6 December 2011. It took office when the Flemish Christian D...
Leterme II Government - Wikipedia
Second Tymoshenko Government
The second Tymoshenko Government was appointed on December 18, 2007 as a coalition between Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko (BYuT) and Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defense Bloc (OU-PSD), OU-PSD is the party of t...
Second Tymoshenko Government - Wikipedia
Matti Vanhanen's second cabinet
Matti Vanhanen's second cabinet (April 2007 - June 2010 ) was the 70th cabinet of Finland. The cabinet was a centre-right/green coalition, consisting of four parties: the Centre Party (fin. Suomen Kes...
Matti Vanhanen's second cabinet - Wikipedia
Fourth Balkenende cabinet
The fourth Balkenende cabinet or Balkenende IV was a Dutch coalition cabinet formed by the political parties Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA), Labour Party (PvdA), and ChristianUnion (CU). The cabine...
Fourth Balkenende cabinet - Wikipedia
2006-2007 Dutch cabinet formation
Following the 2006 Dutch general election, held on November 22, a process of cabinet formation started, involving negotiations about which coalition partners to form a common programme of policy and t...
2006-2007 Dutch cabinet formation - Wikipedia
Dutch general election, 2006
General elections were held in the Netherlands on 22 November 2006 following the fall of the Second Balkenende cabinet. The elections proved relatively successful for the governing Christian Democrati...
Dutch general election, 2006 - Wikipedia
2007-2011 Belgian political crisis
The 2007–2011 Belgian political crisis was a period of tense communal relations and political instability in Belgium rooted in the differing opinions on state reform, and in the continued existence of...
2007-2011 Belgian political crisis - Wikipedia
First Gillard Ministry
The First Gillard Ministry (Labor) was the 66th ministry of the Australian government and was led by the prime minister, Julia Gillard. It succeeded the first Rudd ministry upon its swearing in by the...
First Gillard Ministry - Wikipedia