International Polity - Current Affairs for January, 2015

International Polity Current Affairs for January, 2015

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▼ , impeached Sri Lankan Chief Justice reinstated   [01-23-15]

She is the first woman to hold Judicial position in the year 2011.

▼ Descendants of Sephardic Jews expelled from Portugal given right to Indian citizenship   [01-23-15]

Many Sephardic Jews were killed, forced to convert to Christianity or leave at the end of the 15th Century. From now on, descendants of Sephardic Jews who can prove a strong link to Portugal can apply for a passport.

▼ Sergio Mattarella elected President of Italy on 31stJanuary 2015   [01-23-15]

Italian lawmakers elected Sergio Mattarella, a constitutional court judge and veteran center-left politician, as president on 31st Jan’15, handing a welcome political victory to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

▼ Deen Kumar Upadhayay- Appointed as Nepal's ambassador to India on 16thJanuary 2015   [01-22-15]

The post was lying vacant for more than 3 years when the Maoist-led government called back its ambassador to India Rukma Shukshere Rana in August 2011.

▼ Barack Obama- First US President to visit India twice   [01-23-15]

He is also the first American President to become Chief Guest at India’s Republic Day Celebrations.

▼ Lee Wan Koo appointed S. Korean PM on 23rdJanuary 2015   [01-23-15]

He succeeds Chung Hong-Won. Chung Hong-Won had offered to resign over a ferry disaster that killed more than 300 people in Apr’14.

▼ Yemen President Abed Rabbo Mansour Haddi resigns following rebel standoff   [01-22-15]

In Yemen, President Mansour Hadi, Prime Minister Khaled Bahah and his cabinet have resigned.