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November 26, 1986

Liberal opponents of South African President Pieter W. Botha's government walked out of a top advisory body, protesting that apartheid reforms had come to an end. Three Progressive Federal Party representatives on the all-party advisory council said they left because the government is stalling on plans to open up racially zoned living areas. They walked out after Pretoria vetoed the opposition party's demand for a public debate in the council on the advisory body's report on the Group Areas Act, a cornerstone of apartheid.

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