In the British TV series “Yes, Prime minister” season 01 episode 06 “A Victory for Democracy” in 1986.
Enjoy the episode, and don’t forget to check the questions and answers.
Sir Humphrey Appleby, with the secretary of Foreign affairs asked Bernard Woolley the private secretary some questions to prove that politician are ignorant regarding foreign affairs, Bernard wasn’t able to answer and neither do I (until I searched for answers).
The questions were:
Q1: Where is the Isle of wight?
A1: The Isle of Wight is located in the English channel.
Q2: Where is Upper Volta?
A2: Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso) is in Africa, North of Ghana and South of Mali, it is Capital is Ouagadougou.
Q3: What is the Capital of Chad?
A3: Chad in Africa, South of Libya, West of Sudan, the Capital is N’Djamena,
And in 1986, Chad was at war against Libya (Opération Épervier).
Q4: What is the Language of Mali?
A4: Capital city is Bamako, Language is French,
And in 1986, Upper Volta and Mali, disputed their frontier.
Q5: Who is the president of Peru?
A5: in July, 1985, the president of Peru was Alan García, since July, 2016 the president is Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
Q6: What is the Religion of Cameroon?
A6: Christianity is the main religion, Cameroon is south of Chad, east of Nigeria, the capital is Yaounde and French is the main language.
stay tuned for Latin sentences from the series and their meaning from the series.
Have an awesome day.