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Washington, DC / de la Madrid Visit #311447

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 13, 1986
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Ciudad Juarez, Mexico: Juan Vasquez) Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid's White House meeting with President Reagan today said excluding recent US allegations of corruption in Mexican elecs. while focusing on drug problems and Mexico's faltering economy Elec. unrest in Chihuahua cited as example; details given, scenes shown. [Bishop Manuel TALAMAS - (thru translator) notes witnesses to election fraud.] Pancho Villa recalled. [National Action party cand. Francisco BARRIO - claims extensive election fraud; explains.] Govt.'s response cited. [BARRIO - feels Mexico isn't a democracy.]

Kuralt, Charles;
Vasquez, Juan

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