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03, 2002. CAMBODIA. Communal elections to be
held. ****FEBRUARY 03, 2002. COSTA RICA.
Parliamentary and presidential elections. The
three principal presidential contenders are
Rolando Araya of the PLN (National Liberation
Party); Abel Pacheco of the PUSC (Social
Christian Unity Party); and Otton Solis of the
PAC (Citizens Action Party). No candidate is
expected to win a majority, and a runoff
election may be necessary. ****FEBRUARY 04,
2002. SOUTH KOREA. The first day in a series of
strikes called by the employees of the Seoul
Metropolitan Subway Corp. The events are to
protest the cancellation of a wage hike, a
reduction in paid annual leave, and corporate
restructuring and to support the reinstatement
of union members. The first round of strikes
will be Feb 4-5; the second Feb 15-20; the third
Feb 27-Mar 4; the fourth Mar 12-17. ****FEBRUARY
05, 2002. INDONESIA. Formal peace talks begin in
Malino, Sulawesi, between government
representatives and Christian and Muslim
leaders. The talks, which will last until Feb 7,
represent an effort to resolve religious and
inter-communal violence in Maluku and Sulawesi.
****FEBRUARY 08, 2002. UNITED STATES. Winter
Olympic Games open in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Games will last 17 days, and close on Feb 24.
****FEBRUARY 13, 2002. INDIA. State assembly
election for 117 seats in India's prosperous
state of Punjab. Incumbent Akali Dal and BJP
face strong opposition from Congress Party.
****FEBRUARY 14, 2002. INDIA. First round of
state assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh,
India's most populous state. Incumbent Bharatiya
Janata Party (BJP) will be contesting seats with
its rival, the Samajwadi Party. Subsequent
rounds of voting will be on Feb 18 and 21.
****FEBRUARY 14, 2002. INDIA. State assembly
elections in Uttaranchal, Indian states in
foothills of Himalayas. BJP should win.
****FEBRUARY 17, 2002. MEXICO. APEC (Asia
Pacific Economic Cooperation) SOM I meets in
Mexico City. The meeting will last until
February 28. ****FEBRUARY 21, 2002. CHINA. Pres.
George W. Bush begins his trip to China.
****FEBRUARY 21, 2002. THAILAND. ASEAN
(Association of Southeast Asian Nations) foreign
ministers meet in Bangkok. FEBRUARY 23, 2002.
WORLDWIDE. Eid-ul Adha, Muslim Festival of
Sacrifice. ****FEBRUARY 24, 2002. SRI LANKA.
Ceasefire elapses between Sri Lankan government
and insurgent Tamil Tigers. ****FEBRUARY 25,
2002. LAOS. Parliamentary elections to be held.
****FEBRUARY 26, 2002. SINGAPORE. The Asian
Aerospace exhibit and conference opens. The
event will last until March 3. ****MARCH 02,
2002. THAILAND. By-elections to be held in 13
provinces to replace parliamentarians removed
from their positions because of electoral law
violations. ****MARCH 09, 2002. ZIMBABWE.
Presidential elections ****MARCH 15, 2002.
WORLDWIDE. Muharram-Islamic new year (1423 year
of the Hegira). ****MARCH 17, 2002. COLOMBIA.
Legislative elections take place. ****MARCH 18,
2002. MEXICO. The International Conference on
Financing for Development opens in Monterrey,
Nuevo Leon. 40 heads of state, including Pres.
George W. Bush are expected to attend. The
conference will last until March 22.