Simon Peres

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Nativitas: 2 Augusti 1923; Vishnyeva
Obitus: 28 Septembris 2016; Sheba Medical Center
Patria: Israel
Nomen nativum: Szymon Perski, שמעון פרסקי

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Israel, Prime Minister of Israel, President of Israel, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Communications, Minister of Defence, Minister of Defence, Minister without portfolio, Deputy Minister of Defense, Deputy Minister of Defense, Deputy Minister of Defense, Deputy Minister of Defense, Knesset member, Knesset member, Minister of Finance, Minister of Transport and Road Safety, Deputy Prime Minister of Israel
Munus: Politicus, Legatus

Consociatio

Factio: Kadima, Awoda, Rafi, Alignment, Mapai
Religio: Religio Iudaica

Familia

Genitores: Yitzhak Perski;
Coniunx: Sonia Peres
Proles: Tsvia Walden, Yoni Peres, Hemi Peres

Memoria

Laurae: Praemium Nobelianum Pacis Componendae, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George, Praemium Praesidis pro Libertate, Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize, Four Freedoms Award - Freedom from Fear, Philadelphia Liberty Medal, Steiger Award, Honorary Doctor, University of Liège, Planetary Consciousness Prize, Order of the Sun, Commander of the Legion of Honour, Academy of Achievement's Golden Plate Award, Doctor honoris causa of the Bilkent University, Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, 1st class, Grand Star of the Decoration for Services to the Republic of Austria, Congressional Gold Medal
Simon Peres (a sinistra) et Ban Gimun anno 2009 colloquentes

Simon Peres (Hebraice שמעון פרס, Shim'on Peres, natus Szymon Perski Wiszniewo in vico Poloniae, hodie Rutheniae Albae, die 2 Augusti 1923; mortuus 28 Septembris 2016) fuit rerum politicarum peritus Israelianus et a die 15 Iulii 2007 Israelis praeses.

Peres, qui etiam factionis Awoda praeses fuit, bis ab anno 1984 usque ad annum 1986 et ab anno 1995 usque ad annum 1996 ministrorum praeses Israelis fuit.

Anno 1994, Peres una cum Yitzhak Rabin et Iasser Arafat Praemium Nobelianum Pacis accepit.

Die 8 Iunii 2014, Peres conventus ad pro pace in Terra Sancta orandum cum papa Francisco, Abu Mazen Romae interfuit.(/www.nzz.ch)

Lingua Latina[recensere | fontem recensere]

Die 11 Maii 2009, Peres Benedictum Papam XVI, in Israel peregrinantem, Lingua Latina salutavit: Ave Benedicte, princeps fidelium qui hodie Terram Sanctam visitas.

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