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October 27, 1987

Panamanian President Eric A. Delvalle met with senior military officials to discuss Vice President Roderick Esquivel's future, and a newspaper controlled by the powerful military charged that he has been spying for the United States. Esquivel, who has called Panama's lack of political freedoms "deplorable and depressing," did not attend the meeting. He has vowed that he will not resign, even though the government closed his offices last week and withdrew his bodyguards and car.

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