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Carlos Menem: Quiz


Question 1: The new Constitution, however, introduced decisive ________ to presidential power.
Separation of powers under the United States ConstitutionUnited KingdomDemocracySeparation of powers

Question 2: In December 2008, the German multinational ________ agreed to pay an $800 million fine to the United States government, and approximately €700 million to the German government, to settle allegations of bribery.
AllianzE.ONSiemensMetro AG

Question 3: Carlos Robert Saúl Menem Akil was born in 1930 in Anillaco, a small town in the mountainous north of La Rioja Province, ________.
ArgentinaBrazilBuenos AiresChile

Question 4: On December 22, 2004, he returned to ________ after his arrest warrants were cancelled.
BrazilBuenos AiresChileArgentina

Question 5: Menem and his second wife Cecilia Bolocco, who had had a child since their marriage in 2001, moved to ________.

Question 6: Following the brutal death of a conscript, Menem abolished ________ in 1994, decisively ending a military prerogative over society and its self-perceived role as an institution that it "made men out of boys."
Military serviceUnited StatesConscriptionConscientious objector

Question 7: His parents were immigrants from the Syrian village of Yabrud (part of the ________ when they departed), and as a young man, he joined his father as a traveling salesman dealing in feed and sundry items.
IstanbulOttoman EmpireTurkish peopleTurkey

Question 8: It was hinted that Menem held more than USD $10 million in ________ accounts.
Banking in AustriaBanking in ItalyBanking in SwitzerlandBanking in Iceland

Question 9: As a Law student, he became a vocal ________, and after President Juan Perón's overthrow that year, he was briefly incarcerated.
PeronismDirty WarArgentinaEva Perón

Question 10: Carlos Saúl Menem (born July 2, 1930) is an Argentine politician who was ________.
Néstor KirchnerPresident of ArgentinaCristina Fernández de KirchnerJuan Perón

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