Oppenheimer, Andres
September 1994
New Republic;9/5/94, Vol. 211 Issue 10, p13
Reports on the political platform of the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party as stated in the campaign speech of presidency candidate, Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de Leon in Mexico. End the government's historic support for the political party; Promise to renounce the traditional honorary title of maximum leader of the political party; Response to the threat of new guerrilla violence and a wave of civic resistance in the event of fraudulent election.


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