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Antonius Blair

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Nativitas: 6 Maii 1953; Edimburgum
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum

Officium

Officium: Shadow Home Secretary, Primus minister, Leader of the Labour Party, Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom, First Lord of the Treasury, Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, Member of the 54th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 53rd Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 52nd Parliament of the United Kingdom
Munus: Politicus, Legatus, Autobiographus, Causidicus
Patronus: Universitas Yalensis

Familia

Genitores: Leo Blair;
Coniunx: Cherie Blair

Memoria

Laurae: Praemium Caroli Magni, Praemium Praesidis pro Libertate, Philadelphia Liberty Medal, Thomas J. Dodd Prize in International Justice and Human Rights, Congressional Gold Medal, Dan David Prize
Antonius Blair anno 2014

Antonius Blair (Anglice: Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, saepius Tony Blair), anno 1953 natus, est homo politicus Britannicus, qui fuit dux Factionis Laboris Britannicae ab 1994 ad 2007 et Primus Minister Britanniarum Regni ab 1997 ad 2007.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Tony Blair Edimburgi in Scotia natus est 6 Maii 1953. Alumnus est Collegii Fettes in urbe natali atque Collegii Sancti Ioannis apud Oxonienses.

Die 9 Iunii 1983 socius Camerae Communium pro municipio Sedgefield factus est et usque ad diem 27 Iunii 2007 mansit. Primus Minister Britanniarum anno 1997 factus est: Factio Laboris, cuius dux erat, in electionibus generalibus annis 1997, 2001, et 2005 vicit. Anno 2003, possessionis Saddami Hussein 'armorum magni exitii' causa, patriam suam in bello Iracensi duxit. Officio auctoritateque gubernandi depositis, legatus pro Palaestina a Civitatibus Foederatis Americae, Russia, Unione Europaea, et Consociatione Nationum nominatus est.

Blair anno 1997 se "admodum rectum hominem" esse confessus est.

Scripta Antonii Blair[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1996 : New Britain: my vision of a young country. Londinii: Fourth Estate. ISBN 1-85702-436-2

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Mark Perryman, ed., The Blair Agenda. Londinii: Lawrence and Wishart, 1996. ISBN 0-85315-843-6

Nexus externus[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Consilium ministrorum Antonii Blair 1997–2007
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Douglas Alexander (2003–2004; 2006–2007) • Valeria Amos (2003–2007) • Hilaria Armstrong (2006–2007) • Margarita Beckett • Hilarius Benn (2003–2007) • Antonius Blair • David Blunkett (1997–2005) • Paulus Boateng (2002–2005) • Gordonus Brown • Nicolaus Brown (1998–2001) • Desmondus Browne (2005–2007) • Stephanus Byers (1998–2001) • David Clark (1997–1998) • Carolus Clarke (2002–2006) • Robertinus Cook (1997–2003) • Ioannes Cunningham (1997–1999) • Alexander Darling • Ronaldus Davies (1997–1998) • Donaldus Dewar (1997–1999) • Francus Dobson (1997–1999) • Carolus Falconer (2003–2007) • Petrus Hain (2002–2007) • Harriet Harman (1997–1998) • Patricia Hewitt (2001–2007) • Galfridus Hoon (1999–2006) • Ioannes Hutton (2005–2007) • Derry Irvine (1997–2003) • Margarita Jay (1998-2001) • Alanus Johnson (2004–2007) • Theresia Jowell (2001–2007) • Ruth Kelly (2004–2006) • Helena Liddell (2001-2003) • Augustus Macdonald (2001-2002) • Petrus Mandelson (1998–2001) • Alanus Michael (1998–1999) • Alanus Milburn (1998–2005) • David Miliband (2006–2007) • Stella Morris (2001–2002) • Margarita Mowlam (1997–2001) • Iacobus Murphy (2005-2006) • Paulus Murphy (1999–2005) • Ioannes Reid (1999–2007) • Ivor Richard (1997-1998) • Georgius Robertson (1997–1999) • Clara Short (1997–2003) • Christophorus Smith (1997-2001) • Andreas Smith (1999–2004) • Ioannes Straw • Anna Taylor (1997–1998) • Stephanus Timms (2006–2007) • Gareth Williams (2001-2003)
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