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Timeline: 2010–2019 (WFAC)

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  • 24–25 May
Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia – The Social Democrats, led by Robert Fico, won the Czechoslovak federal election winning the election with 27.07% of the vote and 84 seats. The parties from the right-wing coalition government led by Prime Minister Miroslav Kalousek, comprising the Republican Party, the Free Democrats, the Czechoslovak People's Party and the Slovak People's Party, lost a substantial numbers of seats. As a result, Kalousek conceded defeat on election day.

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Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia – Robert Fico's Cabinet, comprising the Social Democrats, the Czechoslovak National Social Party, the Czechoslovak People's Party, the Slovak People's Party and the Green Party, was sworn into office with Fico as prime minister.

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Austria Vienna, Austria – Austria announced that it would challenge state aid for a new nuclear plant in Britain marks the latest step in the country’s solo campaign to roll back atomic energy in Europe. Since the late 1970s, Austria has been fiercely anti-nuclear, starting with an unprecedented vote by its population that prevented the country’s only plant from providing a watt of power.
“It’s an energy source from the last century,” Environment Minister Andrae Rupprechter said. “It is outdated because it’s a nonsustainable, high-risk source that is only competitive with an unjustified subsidy.” Austria filed its complaint at the European Court of Justice after Czechoslovakia proposed $26.5 billion in state funds to help build two reactors. Rupprechter is contesting a determination by the European Union’s executive commission from October 2014 that found the deal was compatible with EU state aid rules. For the minister, the aid is “illegitimate.” “If we establish high subsidies for nuclear energy, we will never have an even competition situation,” he said.

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United States Washington, D.C., United States – In the United States presidential election, Democratic Senator of Illinois Barack Obama defeats Republican candidate Donald Trump.

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Flag of the Netherlands.svg Amsterdam, Netherlands – In the Dutch general election, Dutch center-right Prime Minister Mark Rutte fought off the challenge of anti-Islam and anti-EU rival Geert Wilders to score an election victory that was hailed across Europe on Thursday by governments facing a rising wave of nationalism. .The election was widely seen as a test of populist right-wing sentiment in Europe, ahead of the French Presidential election in April and the German national vote in September.
Rutte's People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) had received 21.2% of the votes and won 33 out of 150 seats, a loss of eight seats from the previous parliament. Wilders' Freedom Party (PVV) came in second place with 13.1% and 20 seats, a gain of five, their gains being smaller than the pre-election polls had indicated. The Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) and the liberal D66 party close behind with 19 seats each., while the Green-Left (GL) party also did well, winning 14 seats, an increase of 10. The Labour Party (PvdA), the junior party in the governing coalition, suffered a historic defeat by winning only 5.2% and nine seats, a loss of 29. Turnout was more than 80%, the highest for 30 years, which analysts say may have benefited pro-EU and liberal parties.
During the election campaign, Wilders had pledged to take the Netherlands out of the EU, close all mosques and ban the Koran. However, Rutte got a last-minute boost from a diplomatic row with Turkey, which allowed him to take a tough line on a majority Muslim country during an election campaign in which immigration and integration have been key issues.

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