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José María Aznar: Quiz


Question 1: ________ issues came to the fore in Spain during 1998.

Question 2: In 1999, the ________ introduced the euro, a major success for Aznar and his government.
DenmarkEuropean ParliamentEuropean UnionGermany

Question 3: Spain was one of the fastest-growing economies in the ________ (EU) in 2001, despite inflation nearing 4% and signs of an economic slowdown.
European UnionDenmarkEuropean ParliamentGermany

Question 4: Initially, the government and the opposition[10][11] stated publicly that it was possible the bombings may have been the work of ________.
Basque nationalismSpainETABatasuna

Question 5: The contract consisted in a first payment of $700,000 ________ for the first seven months, followed by $100,000 monthly payments until it reached the sum of $2 million.
HawaiiUnited States dollarFederal Reserve SystemUnited States

Question 6: Aznar is assumed to have forgone a speaker's fee from the ________, the organiser of the conference.
Competitive Enterprise InstituteGlobal warming controversyThe Heartland InstituteCato Institute

Question 7: [4] After the death of ________ and the restoration of democracy, Aznar joined Alianza Popular (AP)(the People's Alliance) in January 1979, a few months after his wife.
Francisco FrancoJosé María AznarJosé Luis Rodríguez ZapateroSpanish State

Question 8: Aznar, born in Madrid[3] in 1953, is the son of Manuel Aznar Acedo, army official, journalist and radio broadcaster, and grandson of Manuel Aznar Zubigaray, a prominent journalist during the ________.
Francisco FrancoSpainSecond Spanish RepublicSpanish State

Question 9: In this position, he teaches two seminars per semester on contemporary European politics and trans-Atlantic relationships in the ________.
Georgetown University Law CenterSchool of Nursing and Health StudiesGeorgetown UniversityEdmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service

Question 10: On 2 December 1986 AP leader ________ resigned following fierce internal party fighting in the aftermath of another failure to dislodge the ruling PSOE.
José María AznarSpainGalicia (Spain)Manuel Fraga Iribarne

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