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  1. 1999 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 1999 Para otros usos de este término, véase 1999 (desambiguación). Artes Música • Cine • Televisión Categorías Categoría principal Nacimientos • Fallecimientos • Por país • Álbumes • Libros • Películas • Sencillos 1999 ( MCMXCIX) fue un año común comenzado en viernes en el calendario gregoriano.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19991999 - Wikipedia

    January 3 – The Mars Polar Lander is launched by NASA. [1] January 25 – The 6.2 M w Armenia, Colombia earthquake hits western Colombia, killing at least 1,900. February February 4 – Unarmed Guinean immigrant Amadou Diallo is shot dead by New York City police officers on an unrelated stake-out, sparking outrage in the city. [2]

    • Gobierno
    • Acontecimientos
    • Filmografía
    • Nacimientos
    • fallecimientos
    • Referencias

    Poder ejecutivo

    1. Presidente: Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León Partido Revolucionario Institucional

    Poder judicial

    1. Presidente de la Suprema Corte de Justicia: Genaro Góngora Pimentel.

    Enero

    1. 22 de enero: El Papa Juan Pablo II visita por cuarta ocasión el país.[1]​

    Marzo

    1. 15 de marzo: Se aprueba un aumento a los pagos realizados por alumnos de la UNAM lo que desata un grave conflicto entre los estudiantes con las autoridades universitarias.[2]​

    Abril

    1. 20 de abril: En la UNAM, se inicia una huelga estudiantil en contra de la modificación del Reglamento General de Pagos (RGP) de esta misma.[2]​[3]​ 2. 21 de abril: Se lleva a cabo el primer partido de la Copa Estrella del Milenio entre los clubes mexicanos Guadalajara y Cruz Azul [4]​

    Las delicias del poder de Iván Lipkies.[16]​
    La ley de Herodes de Luis Estrada.
    Sexo, pudor y lágrimas de Antonio Serrano.
    11 de enero: Christian Nodal, cantante y compositor originario de Sonora.
    15 de agosto: Leonardo Aguilar, cantante de música regional originario de la Ciudad de México.
    1 de febrero: Alejandro Galindo (93), director de cine, actor y guionista de cine y radio originario de Monterrey; nació en 1906.[2]​
    19 de marzo: Jaime Sabines (72), escritor, poeta y político originario de Chiapas en donde nació en 1926.[2]​
    3 de abril: Luis M. Farías, gobernador de Nuevo León; nació en 1920.
    7 de junio: Paco Stanley, actor, comediante y conductor de televisión originario de la Ciudad de México en donde nació en 1942.[6]​

    Bibliografía

    1. Betancourt Cid, Carlos (2012). «1999». En Martínez Ocampo, Lourdes, ed. México contemporáneo. Cronología (1968-2000). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-73-4. Consultado el 18 de junio de 2020.

  3. 1999 ("Mil novecientos noventa y nueve") es una canción compuesta e interpretada por el artista estadounidense Prince. Corresponde al primer sencillo de su quinto álbum de estudio, 1999.

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    Federal government

    1. President: Bill Clinton (D-Arkansas) 2. Vice President: Al Gore (D-Tennessee) 3. Chief Justice: William Rehnquist (Wisconsin) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Newt Gingrich (R-Georgia) (until January 3), Dennis Hastert (R-Illinois) (starting January 6) 5. Senate Majority Leader: Trent Lott (R-Mississippi) 6. Congress: 105th (until January 3), 106th(starting January 3)

    January

    1. January 1 – DIY Network, a spinoff of Home and Garden Television, is launched. 2. January 2 – A snowstorm leaves 14 inches (36 cm) of snow in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and 21 inches (53 cm) in Chicago, Illinois, killing 68. 3. January 6 – Dennis Hastert becomes Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. 4. January 7 – The Senate trial in the impeachment of President Bill Clintonbegins. He had been impeached by the House of Representatives on December 19. 5. January 21 – In one of th...

    February

    1. February 1 – Disney Channel Preschool Blockrebranded as Playhouse Disney. 2. February 2 – Nogginis launched. 3. February 4 3.1. Unarmed West African immigrant Amadou Diallo is shot dead by four plainclothes New York Citypolice officers on an unrelated stake-out, inflaming race-relations in the city. 3.2. The New Carissa runs aground near Coos Bay, Oregon. 4. February 12 – Impeachment of Bill Clinton: President Bill Clinton is acquitted by the Senate. 5. February 15 – Rapper Big Lis shot to...

    March

    1. March 2 – The brand new Mandalay Bay hotel and casino opens on the Las Vegas Strip. 2. March 3 – Walter LaGrand is executed in the gas chamber in Arizona. 3. March 4 – In a military court, United States Marine Corps Captain Richard J. Ashby is acquitted of the charge of reckless flying which resulted in the deaths of 20 skiers in the Italian Alps, when his low-flying jet hit a gondola cable. 4. March 8 – The Supreme Court of the United States upholds the murder convictions of Timothy McVei...

    January

    1. January 5 1.1. Miguel Morales, rapper 1.2. Marc Yu, musician 1.3. January 6 _ Polo G, American rapper 2. January 13 – Nicholas Art, actor 3. January 18 – Karan Brar, actor 4. January 19 – Jonathan Taylor, American football player 5. January 20 – Shannon Tavarez, actress (d. 2010) 6. January 28 – Preston Strother, actor

    February

    1. February 1 – Lola Forsberg, actress 2. February 7 – Bea Miller, singer-songwriter and actress 3. February 10 – Tiffany Espensen, Chinese-born actress 4. February 18 – Lorraine McNamara, ice dancer 5. February 19 5.1. Joseph Ryan Harrington, actor and dancer 5.2. Jackson Pace, actor

    March

    1. March 5 1.1. Justin Fields, American football player 1.2. Madison Beer, singer 1.3. Colin Schooler, American football player 2. March 23 _ Quando Rondo, rapper 3. March 25 _ Iann Dior, rapper 4. March 26 4.1. Scarlett Stitt, actress 4.2. Quinn Sullivan, songwriter and musician 5. March 31 – Sawyer Fredericks, singer-songwriter

    January

    1. January 4 – Iron Eyes Cody, Italian-American actor (b. 1904) 2. January 12 – Betty Lou Gerson, American actress (b. 1914) 3. January 18 – Sarah Louise Delany, American author and educator (b. 1889) 4. January 21 – Susan Strasberg, American actress (b. 1938) 5. January 23 – John Osteen, American televangelist (b. 1921) 6. January 25 – Robert Shaw, American conductor (b. 1916) 7. January 31 – Norm Zauchin, American baseball player (b. 1929)

    February

    1. February 1 – Paul Mellon, American philanthropist (b. 1907) 2. February 6 – Jimmy Roberts, American singer (b. 1924) 3. February 7 – Bobby Troup, American actor, jazz pianist, singer and songwriter (b. 1918) 4. February 14 4.1. Buddy Knox, American singer and songwriter (b. 1933) 4.2. John Ehrlichman, American Watergate scandal figure (b. 1925) 5. February 15 5.1. Big L, American rapper (b. 1974) 5.2. Henry Way Kendall, American physicist (b. 1926) 6. February 18 6.1. Andreas Feininger, Fr...

    March

    1. March 1 – Ann Corio, American dancer and actress (b. 1909) 2. March 3 – Jackson C. Frank, American folk musician (b. 1943) 3. March 4 3.1. Harry Blackmun, American judge (b. 1908) 3.2. Del Close, American actor, writer, and teacher (b. 1934) 4. March 5 – Richard Kiley, American actor (b. 1922) 5. March 7 5.1. Sidney Gottlieb, American intelligence official (b. 1918) 5.2. Stanley Kubrick, American film director, and producer, died in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom (b. 1928) 6. Mar...