NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 17, 1984
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REPORTER: John Palmer
(Warsaw, Poland) Voter turnout for national election here today and govt interpretation of public support for regime despite Solidarity call for elect boycott examined; remarks of government spokesperson Jerzy Urban quoted. Solidarity's anti-government demonstration with resulting violence in Nowa Huta shown, discussed. [Former Solidarity spokesperson Janusz ONYSZKIEWICZ - notes government coercion of voters.] Lech Walesa's participation in church services for recently arrested underground Solidarity leader Bogdan Lis noted; Father Jerzy Popieluszko interpretation of boycott quoted. Pope John Paul II's visit here last year recalled, discussed.
REPORTER: Stan Bernard
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