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February 1, 1994 | Associated Press
Guatemalans voted out the Congress and Supreme Court in an anti-corruption referendum that drew fewer than one in five voters to the polls. Opponents of the referendum called by President Ramiro de Leon Carpio said the low turnout showed the public did not support the proposed constitutional amendments. De Leon called the turnout "unfortunate" but said the vote was nonetheless a defeat for the "enemies of democracy."
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February 1, 1994 | Associated Press
Guatemalans voted out the Congress and Supreme Court in an anti-corruption referendum that drew fewer than one in five voters to the polls. Opponents of the referendum called by President Ramiro de Leon Carpio said the low turnout showed the public did not support the proposed constitutional amendments. De Leon called the turnout "unfortunate" but said the vote was nonetheless a defeat for the "enemies of democracy."
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