Elections in Central America

April 1984
America;4/7/1984, Vol. 150 Issue 13, p249
The article comments on the pronouncement of the U.S. that the election proceedings in El Salvador was a success based on the report that more than a million Salvadorans voted. It cites that the Administration was correct in saying that El Salvador citizens would prefer peaceful and democratic change, however the condition in El Salvador has been deteriorating in the past two years. The Reagan Administration is said to still be skeptic about the promises of Sandinista Government in Nicaragua to hold elections in November 1984.


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