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Dear Twitpic Community — thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years. We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. 4 5 1 4 1 2 1 . Israel’s Groundhog Day: A fourth election in two years. A prime minister on trial, no national budget, a dysfunctional cabinet. And now, another vote — in the midst of a pandemic. An Orthodox woman new years parties her vote in Bnei Brak, Israel, on Tuesday. Israelis went to the polls on Tuesday for the fourth time in two years, hoping to end a political deadlock that has left the country without a national budget or stable government in the middle of a pandemic.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is running for re-election despite standing trial on corruption charges, a decision that has divided the country and turned the election into a referendum on Mr. Netanyahu has promised to curb the power of the courts, setting the stage for a showdown between the judicial and executive branches of government that critics fear would cause a constitutional crisis. His opponents believe he wants to change the law to give himself immunity in his court case, a charge he denies. While pre-election polls suggest that Mr. Netanyahu’s right-wing party, Likud, will emerge as the largest in the next Parliament, it is unclear whether his wider alliance of conservative, ultra-Orthodox Jewish and ultranationalist parties will win enough seats to form a parliamentary majority.

If no party can assemble a majority, the current impasse will continue and Israel could face a fifth election in a few months. Netanyahu’s critics are counting on an ideologically incoherent array of opposition parties winning enough seats to form a majority — and then putting aside their political differences to create a functional coalition. Even if they win enough seats, it will be tricky for them to unite. Netanyahu include right-wingers, leftists and those representing Israel’s Arab minority. The leading opposition candidate is a centrist former finance minister, Yair Lapid. Netanyahu, he would need the support of Gideon Saar, a former Likud interior minister who shares many of Mr. Netanyahu’s political beliefs and who broke with the prime minister last year after Mr. Netanyahu refused to step down while on trial.

Lapid’s fate is also complicated by Naftali Bennett, another right-winger who has not ruled out working with Mr. Netanyahu’s critics but says he won’t back Mr. Saar could balk at forming a coalition with a pair of Arab parties whose support would be crucial in forcing Mr. The campaign largely focused on Mr. Netanyahu himself, diverting attention from more existential issues such as Israel’s secular-religious divide, let alone the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Netanyahu centered his campaign on his world-leading vaccine rollout, which has given a majority of Israelis at least one vaccine dose.

But his coronavirus record also makes him vulnerable. Netanyahu has often been accused of politicizing pandemic policymaking, not least when he soft-pedaled raising the fines given to violators of lockdown restrictions. That was interpreted as a friendly gesture to ultra-Orthodox Israelis, who were responsible for a high rate of lockdown violations. Their political parties are integral to Mr. Netanyahu’s efforts to form a coalition after the election. Critics also accused him of having sabotaged budget negotiations at the height of the pandemic in November.

That action — for which he blames his coalition partners — collapsed his coalition government and triggered today’s elections. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the 1994 midterm elections in the United States. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This article possibly contains original research. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

Seal of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives. Rather than campaigning independently in each district, Republican candidates chose to rally behind a single national program and message fronted by Georgia congressman and House Republican whip Newt Gingrich. The gains in seats in the mid-term election resulted in the Republicans gaining control of both the House and the Senate in January 1995. By the mid-1990s, white conservatives from the South joined Republicans in other parts of the country, leading to the change in Congress. Large Republican gains were made in state houses as well when the GOP picked up twelve gubernatorial seats and 472 legislative seats. In so doing, it took control of 20 state legislatures from the Democrats. Prior to this, Republicans had not held the majority of governorships since 1972. Discontent with Democratic candidates was foreshadowed by a string of elections after 1992, including Republicans winning the mayoralties of New York and Los Angeles in 1993.

Republican George Allen won the 1993 Virginia gubernatorial election and Texas Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison won a U. Of the 230 Republican House members of the 104th Congress, almost a third were new to the House. Shelby had been elected in 1986 and 1992 as a Democrat, but switched parties in 1994. Campbell was elected in 1992 as a Democrat, but switched parties on March 3, 1995. Inhofe was elected to serve the remaining two years of the term. Thompson was elected to serve the remaining two years of the term. Hutchison won the Senate seat from the Democrats in the 1993 special election, seen as a precursor to the Republican Revolution.

Weicker was a member of A Connecticut Party. All Tomorrow’s Parties was an organisation based in London that promoted music festivals, concerts and records throughout the world for over ten years. Sebastian at Camber Sands in April 1999. Recordings, a record label originally created to bring out compilation albums related to its festivals. In 2002, the festival expanded to the USA, and several events took place there in subsequent years. The organisation that put on these festivals also promoted concerts in London and the rest of the United Kingdom, curated the yearly Don’t Look Back concert series and ran the record label ATP Recordings. All Tomorrow’s Parties, as with a number of modern festivals, embraced a variety of artistic genres. In 2007 the curators allowed festival-goers to pick the line-up by organising a voting process for all ticketholders in the months running up to the event, and this was repeated in May 2009.

The 2007 festival took place at Butlin’s Minehead. In 2009, Warp Films released a feature-length documentary about the festival named All Tomorrow’s Parties. It premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, and then premiered in the UK at Edinburgh in June. In 2010, ATP announced I’ll Be Your Mirror, a series of events to take place in cities around the world named after the B-side to the original 1966 «All Tomorrow’s Parties» single by the Velvet Underground. These events still involved a curator choosing all the music and films that play at the event, but without the holiday resort accommodation. The first event took place in Tokyo, Japan in February 2011. Significant past performances at ATP festivals include the reformations of The Magic Band, Television, The Jesus Lizard, Sleep, and Slint amongst others. The company’s directors set up a new firm, Wilwall, but this also experienced difficulties, filing late accounts, incurring significant debts, and was subject to court judgements related to debt.

Flouting the Mainstream, Forgoing a Corporate Stamp». ATP launch End Of An Era — All Tomorrow’s Parties». Veterans rock for Cave the curator». ATP: The Nightmare Before Christmas, Butlins, Minehead». Why Jabberwocky’s cancellation was not a complete surprise». ATP shuts down for good, ATP Iceland cancelled». On August 12, 2019, Governor Andrew M. New York State Human Rights Law.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, local human rights commissions, or any other form of law enforcement. See adjoining section for more on the Law’s protections. Dear Twitpic Community — thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years. We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. 4 5 1 4 1 2 1 . Israel’s Groundhog Day: A fourth election in two years. A prime minister on trial, no national budget, a dysfunctional cabinet.

And now, another vote — in the midst of a pandemic. An Orthodox woman casting her vote in Bnei Brak, Israel, on Tuesday. Israelis went to the polls on Tuesday for the fourth time in two years, hoping to end a political deadlock that has left the country without a national budget or stable government in the middle of a pandemic. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is running for re-election despite standing trial on corruption charges, a decision that has divided the country and turned the election into a referendum on Mr. Netanyahu has promised to curb the power of the courts, setting the stage for a showdown between the judicial and executive branches of government that critics fear would cause a constitutional crisis. His opponents believe he wants to change the law to give himself immunity in his court case, a charge he denies. While pre-election polls suggest that Mr.

Netanyahu’s right-wing party, Likud, will emerge as the largest in the next Parliament, it is unclear whether his wider alliance of conservative, ultra-Orthodox Jewish and ultranationalist parties will win enough seats to form a parliamentary majority. If no party can assemble a majority, the current impasse will continue and Israel could face a fifth election in a few months. Netanyahu’s critics are counting on an ideologically incoherent array of opposition parties winning enough seats to form a majority — and then putting aside their political differences to create a functional coalition. Even if they win enough seats, it will be tricky for them to unite. Netanyahu include right-wingers, leftists and those representing Israel’s Arab minority. The leading opposition candidate is a centrist former finance minister, Yair Lapid. Netanyahu, he would need the support of Gideon Saar, a former Likud interior minister who shares many of Mr.

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Netanyahu himself, diverting attention from more existential issues such as Israel’s secular-religious divide, let alone the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Netanyahu centered his campaign on his world-leading vaccine rollout, which has given a majority of Israelis at least one vaccine dose. But his coronavirus record also makes him vulnerable. Netanyahu has often been accused of politicizing pandemic policymaking, not least when he soft-pedaled raising the fines given to violators of lockdown restrictions. That was interpreted as a friendly gesture to ultra-Orthodox Israelis, who were responsible for a high rate of lockdown violations. Their political parties are integral to Mr.

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Large Republican gains were made in state houses as well when the GOP picked up twelve gubernatorial seats and 472 legislative seats. In so doing, it took control of 20 state legislatures from the Democrats. Prior to this, Republicans had not held the majority of governorships since 1972. Discontent with Democratic candidates was foreshadowed by a string of elections after 1992, including Republicans winning the mayoralties of New York and Los Angeles in 1993. Republican George Allen won the 1993 Virginia gubernatorial election and Texas Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison won a U. Of the 230 Republican House members of the 104th Congress, almost a third were new to the House. Shelby had been elected in 1986 and 1992 as a Democrat, but switched parties in 1994. Campbell was elected in 1992 as a Democrat, but switched parties on March 3, 1995. Inhofe was elected to serve the remaining two years of the term. Thompson was elected to serve the remaining two years of the term.

Hutchison won the Senate seat from the Democrats in the 1993 special election, seen as a precursor to the Republican Revolution. Weicker was a member of A Connecticut Party. All Tomorrow’s Parties was an organisation based in London that promoted music festivals, concerts and records throughout the world for over ten years. Sebastian at Camber Sands in April 1999. Recordings, a record label originally created to bring out compilation albums related to its festivals. In 2002, the festival expanded to the USA, and several events took place there in subsequent years. The organisation that put on these festivals also promoted concerts in London and the rest of the United Kingdom, curated the yearly Don’t Look Back concert series and ran the record label ATP Recordings. All Tomorrow’s Parties, as with a number of modern festivals, embraced a variety of artistic genres. In 2007 the curators allowed festival-goers to pick the line-up by organising a voting process for all ticketholders in the months running up to the event, and this was repeated in May 2009.

The 2007 festival took place at Butlin’s Minehead. In 2009, Warp Films released a feature-length documentary about the festival named All Tomorrow’s Parties. It premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, and then premiered in the UK at Edinburgh in June. In 2010, ATP announced I’ll Be Your Mirror, a series of events to take place in cities around the world named after the B-side to the original 1966 «All Tomorrow’s Parties» single by the Velvet Underground. These events still involved a curator choosing all the music and films that play at the event, but without the holiday resort accommodation. The first event took place in Tokyo, Japan in February 2011. Significant past performances at ATP festivals include the reformations of The Magic Band, Television, The Jesus Lizard, Sleep, and Slint amongst others. The company’s directors set up a new firm, Wilwall, but this also experienced difficulties, filing late accounts, incurring significant debts, and was subject to court judgements related to debt.

Flouting the Mainstream, Forgoing a Corporate Stamp». ATP launch End Of An Era — All Tomorrow’s Parties». Veterans rock for Cave the curator». ATP: The Nightmare Before Christmas, Butlins, Minehead». Why Jabberwocky’s cancellation was not a complete surprise». ATP shuts down for good, ATP Iceland cancelled». On August 12, 2019, Governor Andrew M.

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