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Vote Manuel Ramirez for President 2008!!!!
An endearing musical tribute to the only gay President in the history of the United States.
June 21, 1970) was the first President of Indonesia. He helped the country win its independence from the Netherlands and was President from 1945 to 1967, presiding with mixed success over the country's turbulent transition to independence. Sukarno was forced from power by one of his generals, Suharto, who formally became President in March 1967.
The spelling "Sukarno" has been official in Indonesia since 1947 but the older spelling Soekarno is still frequently used. Indonesians also remember him as Bung Karno (Bung is an affectionate title used to address colleagues, popular in the early 1900s). Like many Javanese people, he had just one name.
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Video Released on Eve of Argentine Delegation Visit to U.S. Trade Conference
Today, the American Task Force Argentina (ATFA) brought its message directly to the people and Government of Argentina by posting an internet video address by ATFA Co-Chair Dr. Robert Shapiro calling on Argentine President Nestor Kirchner and his Government to honor its $20 billion in delinquent debt and enter negotiations with its creditors.
The video was posted on YouTube and other internet video sites today, just as the Argentine delegation arrived in Atlanta for the Department of Commerce's America's Competitiveness Forum. In the first of an anticipated series of videos, Dr. Shapiro lays out ATFA's mission and initiatives, highlights Argentina's 9% GDP growth and record $40 billion in foreign reserves and notes that, in light of Argentina's current economic growth, "now is the time to act".