Acontecimentos mundiais previstos em janeiro
January 1, 2023 - January 31, 2023 - Os acontecimentos de janeiro incluem o início do 118º Congresso dos EUA, a expansão do treino de combate de militares ucranianos pelos EUA, a adesão da Croácia ao euro, o início da presid|encia da Lula da Silva no Brasil e a feira eletrónica CES em Las Vegas.
Jan 1, Brazil: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is sworn in for a third term as President of Brazil, a stunning return to power after his defeat of former president Jair Bolsonaro in October’s election.
Jan 1, Croatia: Croatia adopts the euro, becoming the 20th member of the eurozone.
Jan 3, U.S.: Congress reconvenes with a Republican majority in the House of Representatives. Top Republicans say investigating President Joe Biden and his family’s business dealings will be a top priority when they formally take power.
Jan 5-8, U.S.: Companies and startups showcase innovations in virtual reality, robotics and consumer tech items at CES, the world’s largest electronics expo in Las Vegas.
Jan 22, China: Chinese New Year celebrations mark the Year of the Rabbit. People born in Rabbit years are said to be sensitive, creative and considerate.
Jan 22, U.S.: Pro-choice campaigners mark the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade, the abortion rights ruling overturned by the Supreme Court last June.
Jan, Germany: The U.S. military will expand wartime training of Ukrainian military personnel fighting Russia’s invasion, training around an extra 500 troops per month.
Jan, Spain: Making the most of the increase in remote working prompted by the pandemic, the expected launch of a “digital nomad” visa will allow foreign remote workers to live and work in Spain for up to a year.