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8 February: The Seimas votes 94–26 to dismiss Šleževičius. Mindaugas Stankevičius is appointed prime minister. indb xxxi 1/20/11 11:24 AM xxxii • CHRONOLOGY basketball team wins the bronze medal at the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. 20 October: Landsbergis’s Conservatives win elections to the Seimas. Gediminas Vagnorius is again appointed prime minister. 1997 23–25 October: Russian president Boris Yeltsin and Brazauskas sign treaties on Russian-Lithuanian borders and the Baltic Sea continental shelf.
Indb xxxii 1/20/11 11:24 AM CHRONOLOGY • xxxiii 2007 9 August: Lithuania’s small combat force returns from duty in Iraq. 20 December: Lithuania enters the Schengen visa-free zone. 2008 8 May: The Seimas ratifies the EU Lisbon Treaty. 17 June: The Seimas bans the public display of Soviet and Nazi symbols. October: Homeland Union conservatives win both rounds of parliamentary elections and negotiate a coalition with the new National Resurrection Party. 26 November: Kubilius heads a center-right coalition government.
The Polish language was banned from Lithuania’s secondary school system, and the Catholic primary educational network was closed. At the same time, Muravyev tried to curry favor with the Lithuanian-speaking peasantry by improving the conditions of the emancipation, but this policy failed to create goodwill toward the Russian authorities. The 1860s proved a turning point in Lithuania’s modern history. The insurrection of 1863–1864 marked the last time that Poles and Lithuanians joined together in an attempt to restore the old Commonwealth.
Slavery and the Civil War by Linda R. Wade