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Q: What two regions were ceded (given over) to France in exchange for independence of northern and central Italy? a)Naples and Savoy b)Naples and Sicily c)Nice and Sicily d)Nice and Savoy
A: Nice and Savoyare the two regions who were ceded o France in exchange for independence of northern and central Italy.
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User: What two regions were ceded (given over) to France in exchange for independence of northern and central Italy? a)Naples and Savoy b)Naples and Sicily c)Nice and Sicily d)Nice and Savoy

Weegy: Nice and Savoyare the two regions who were ceded o France in exchange for independence of northern and central Italy.
emdjay23|Points 645|

User: Why was Otto von Bismarck nicknamed the "Blood and Iron Chancellor"?

User: Which of the following nations used social media sites to organize protests? Algeria Morocco Egypt Chile

Weegy: Algeria used social media sites to organize protests.
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User: Which of the following forced Jean-Bertrand Aristide out of power in Haiti? the United Nations the Haitian aristocracy the Haitian military the nation of Cuba

User: In what way were the 1988 elections that voted out the Chilean dictator Pinochet initially a failure?

Weegy: Democratic elections, the resignation of the Pinochet regime, and an end to human rights abuses and economic hardship.In 1987 Pinochet announced that a national plebiscite would be held to either approve or reject his continuation as president. [ A plebiscite every eight years was written into the 1980 constitution; however, there is some debate over why Pinochet allowed it to occur in 1988. Some say that international conditions, declining dictatorships in other parts of the world, and a shifting of the United State’s focus from communism to other world issues, forced Pinochet to appear more open to democracy. Others cite Pope John Paul II’s visit in 1987 as having been influential in convincing Pinochet to allow the plebiscite to go forward. Still others argue that Pinochet believed he would win the plebiscite and allowed it to go forward because he thought it would quell public unrest and reinforce his hold on power.On October 5, 1988, the national plebiscite was held and Pinochet lost, with nearly 55% of the population voting NO. After some hesitation in the days following the plebiscite Pinochet finally agreed to step down after elections when a top military commander publicly acknowledged the NO campaign’s victory and when other members of the military junta refused to support him any longer. Finally on March 10, 1990, Pinochet left office after seventeen years in power, replaced by a democratically elected President from an opposition party. ]
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