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(Studio) United States Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker meets with South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu concerning South Vietnam National Assembly elections yesterday.
REPORTER: John Hart
(Saigon, South Vietnam) Almost 79% of those registered voted in election; some candidates charge election rigged; anti-government candidates elected expected to be more vocal than before; President Thieu expected to point out high voter turnout as proof free, orderly elections can be held.
REPORTER: Phil Jones
(Studio) Nixon administration officials placing South Vietnam elections in best possible light.
REPORTER: John Hart
(San Clemente, California) White House news secretary Ronald Ziegler says White House pleased by South Vietnam elections; officials privately point out higher voter turnout than in last elections; South Vietnam president election not expected to be contested.
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint
- Hart, John;
- Jones, Phil;
- Pierpoint, Robert
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