The second inauguration of Barack Obama marked the beginning of the second term of Barack Obama as 44th President of the United States and Joe Biden as Vice President. A private swearing-in ceremony took place on Sunday, January 20, 2013 in the Blue Room of the White House. A public ceremony took place on Monday, January 21, 2013 at the United States Capitol building.

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  • A segunda posse (português brasileiro) ou investidura (português europeu) de Barack Obama marcou o início de seu segundo mandato como o 44º Presidente dos Estados Unidos e de Joe Biden como Vice-presidente. Uma cerimônia particular de juramento ocorreu em 20 de janeiro de 2013, na Sala Azul da Casa Branca, em Washington, D.C. Uma cerimônia pública foi realizada em 21 de janeiro no Capitólio dos Estados Unidos. O tema da posse foi "Faith in America's Future" (Fé no Futuro da América), comemorando o 150º aniversário da Proclamação de Emancipação de Abraham Lincoln e da conclusão da cúpula do Capitólio, em 1863. O tema também referencia a "perseverança e unidade" do país e ressoa o tema utilizado durante as campanhas eleitorais de Obama ao longo do ano anterior. Os eventos oficiais de posse ocorreram em Washington, D.C., de 19 a 21 de janeiro de 2013, incluindo concertos, um dia nacional de serviço durante o feriado nacional de Martin Luther King Jr., a cerimônia de posse, um almoço oficial, os bailes inaugurais e uma cerimônia de oração de posse. O juramento presidencial foi conduzido a Obama durante sua cerimônia de investidura em 20 e 21 de janeiro de 2013 pelo Chefe de Justiça John G. Roberts. (pt)
  • The second inauguration of Barack Obama marked the beginning of the second term of Barack Obama as 44th President of the United States and Joe Biden as Vice President. A private swearing-in ceremony took place on Sunday, January 20, 2013 in the Blue Room of the White House. A public ceremony took place on Monday, January 21, 2013 at the United States Capitol building. The inauguration theme was "Faith in America's Future", a phrase that draws upon the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and the completion of the Capitol dome in 1863. The theme also stresses the "perseverance and unity" of the United States, and echoes the "Forward" theme used in the closing months of Obama's reelection campaign. The inaugural events held in Washington, D.C. from January 19 to 21, 2013 included concerts, a national day of community service on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the swearing-in ceremony, luncheon and parade, inaugural balls, and the interfaith inaugural prayer service. The presidential oath was administered to Obama during his swearing-in ceremony on January 20 and 21, 2013 by Chief Justice of the United States John G. Roberts. In his second inauguration speech, Obama proclaimed that "while freedom is a gift from God, it must be secured by His people here on Earth". He called for laws to combat climate change, enactment of immigration reform and gun control. Obama stated that more progress was needed on human rights and civil rights (including racial minority rights, women's rights, and LGBT rights) and vowed to promote democracy abroad, and stated that the United States must "be a source of hope to the poor, the sick, the marginalized, the victims of prejudice" around the world. Additionally, the president vowed to keep existing alliances strong, emphasized the economic recovery and the end of wars, and stated that "no one has a greater stake in a peaceful world than its most powerful nation". The inauguration was attended by approximately one million people, and watched by millions more around the world. During the speech, Obama linked the Seneca Falls Convention, Selma to Montgomery marches and Stonewall riots. (en)
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  • The Capitol, inauguration preparations complete, two days prior to the public ceremonies
  • Final stages of preparation at the US Capitol about two weeks before the inauguration
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  • Second Presidential Inauguration of
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  • Barack Obama holds his right hand in the air as Michelle Obama looks at him and Malia and Sasha Obama watch a man whose back is to the camera looks down.
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  • Barack Obama takes the oath of office for his second term.
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  • Washington, D.C.
  • official : Number One Observatory Circle, United States Naval Observatory public: United States Capitol
  • official : Blue Room, White House
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  • President of the United States, Barack H. Obama II
  • (Assuming office)Chief Justice of the United States, John G. Roberts, Jr.(Administering oath) Vice President of the United States Joseph R. Biden, Jr.(Assuming office)Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, Sonia Sotomayor(Administering oath)United States Congress Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
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  • A segunda posse (português brasileiro) ou investidura (português europeu) de Barack Obama marcou o início de seu segundo mandato como o 44º Presidente dos Estados Unidos e de Joe Biden como Vice-presidente. Uma cerimônia particular de juramento ocorreu em 20 de janeiro de 2013, na Sala Azul da Casa Branca, em Washington, D.C. Uma cerimônia pública foi realizada em 21 de janeiro no Capitólio dos Estados Unidos. (pt)
  • The second inauguration of Barack Obama marked the beginning of the second term of Barack Obama as 44th President of the United States and Joe Biden as Vice President. A private swearing-in ceremony took place on Sunday, January 20, 2013 in the Blue Room of the White House. A public ceremony took place on Monday, January 21, 2013 at the United States Capitol building. (en)
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  • Second inauguration of Barack Obama (en)
  • Posse de Barack Obama em 2013 (pt)
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