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April 29, 1992 | From Reuters
President Alberto Fujimori tightened his grip on Peru's judiciary Tuesday by barring scores of fired judges and prosecutors from appealing their dismissals. The move appeared to be another step toward consolidating Fujimori's virtual one-man rule. Fujimori dissolved Congress and suspended parts of Peru's constitution with military backing April 5 in a move that many Peruvians said amounted to a coup.
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April 29, 1992 | From Reuters
President Alberto Fujimori tightened his grip on Peru's judiciary Tuesday by barring scores of fired judges and prosecutors from appealing their dismissals. The move appeared to be another step toward consolidating Fujimori's virtual one-man rule. Fujimori dissolved Congress and suspended parts of Peru's constitution with military backing April 5 in a move that many Peruvians said amounted to a coup.
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January 9, 1987
Bolivian President Victor Paz Estenssoro sought the suspension of top court judges in four of the country's nine states because of their suspected ties to cocaine trafficking. In a letter to the Bolivian Senate, he asked that it suspend all the judges sitting on the superior courts of La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz and Oruro states while authorities examine accusations that they acted irresponsibly in drug-related cases. The Senate has the authority to dismiss judges.
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May 12, 1986 | EARL GUSTKEY, Times Staff Writer
The Americans broke a four-bout losing streak with three convincing victories, and a powerful Cuban team raised its win streak to 14 Sunday at amateur boxing's world championships in Reno. U.S. welterweight Ken Gould pinned a 5-0 decision over Japan's Kunihiro Muira; middleweight Darin Allen rolled up a 5-0 on Dominican Riquerme Berroa, and super-heavyweight Alex Garcia from San Fernando stopped South Korean Paik Hyun-Man with two seconds left in the second round. The United States is now 5-5.
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