South African President Nelson Mandela signs the country's new constitution

December 1996
Jet;12/30/96 - 01/06/97, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p15
States that South African President Nelson Mandela signed into law the nation's new constitution in 1996. Where he signed the document; Comments from Mandela; The South African politicians present.


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