Finally a Real Campaign

June 1977
Time;6/13/1977, Vol. 109 Issue 24, p38
The article offers information on the political platforms of different parties for the June 15, 1977 national election in Spain. It states that the Democratic Center Union (U.C.D.), a center-right coalition of 15 groups headed by Premier Adolfo Suárez, focuses on new constitution approved by all the parties, economic and tax reforms, and administrative reforms, such as decentralization and a streamlined bureaucracy. Meanwhile, the Socialist Workers Party (P.S.O.E.), headed by Felipe González, endorses a progressive nationalization, banking and insurance reforms, and trade unionism. Moreover, the Communist Party, led by Santiago Carrillo, supports entry into the Common Market and advocates a cautious approach to nationalization of basic industry.


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