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December 08, 1987

Bolivian President Victor Paz Estenssoro's centrist party, the National Revolutionary Movement, failed to win control of any of the nation's 10 largest cities in Sunday's municipal elections, unofficial returns showed. Both the right-wing Democratic National Action Party of the former ruler, Gen. Hugo Banzer, and the center-left Revolutionary Leftist Movement made strong gains, capturing four cities each, and two left-wing factions won leadership of the other two cities.

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