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January 25, 1992 | SCOTT KRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Frederik W. de Klerk opened what could be the final session of Parliament on Friday with his strongest pitch yet for right-wing whites to join talks with the black majority, promising to put their demands for a separate white state on the negotiations agenda. "In the interests of peace," he told his right-wing opponents, "I urge you to make use now of this open door."
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May 3, 1994
South Africa's new, multiracial National Assembly, elected last week in the country's first all-race polls, will convene Friday in the former whites-only Parliament building in Cape Town. As its first official act, the 400 members are expected to choose Nelson Mandela as president of a government of national unity, based on the overwhelming election victory of his African National Congress. The current president, Frederik W.
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NEWS
May 3, 1994
South Africa's new, multiracial National Assembly, elected last week in the country's first all-race polls, will convene Friday in the former whites-only Parliament building in Cape Town. As its first official act, the 400 members are expected to choose Nelson Mandela as president of a government of national unity, based on the overwhelming election victory of his African National Congress. The current president, Frederik W.
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January 25, 1992 | SCOTT KRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Frederik W. de Klerk opened what could be the final session of Parliament on Friday with his strongest pitch yet for right-wing whites to join talks with the black majority, promising to put their demands for a separate white state on the negotiations agenda. "In the interests of peace," he told his right-wing opponents, "I urge you to make use now of this open door."
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