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January 18, 1987
A state of siege in effect in El Salvador since 1980 expired when the conservative minority in the National Assembly refused to act on a bill to renew the restrictions. Gen. Adolfo Blandon, head of the military chiefs of staff, in a reference to leftist guerrillas, warned that national security is in danger as a result. Passage of the bill requires a two-thirds majority vote.
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January 18, 1987
A state of siege in effect in El Salvador since 1980 expired when the conservative minority in the National Assembly refused to act on a bill to renew the restrictions. Gen. Adolfo Blandon, head of the military chiefs of staff, in a reference to leftist guerrillas, warned that national security is in danger as a result. Passage of the bill requires a two-thirds majority vote.
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