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June 14, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Argentina's president-elect, Carlos Saul Menem, said Tuesday that he will take office June 30, the date that Raul Alfonsin intends to resign because of that nation's economic crisis. Earlier, there were indications that Menem might not step into the office five months early, as Alfonsin proposed. But on Tuesday, Menem told a news conference in La Rioja province, of which he is governor, that "we are willing, totally willing, to assume the direction of the Argentine republic on that date."
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June 14, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Argentina's president-elect, Carlos Saul Menem, said Tuesday that he will take office June 30, the date that Raul Alfonsin intends to resign because of that nation's economic crisis. Earlier, there were indications that Menem might not step into the office five months early, as Alfonsin proposed. But on Tuesday, Menem told a news conference in La Rioja province, of which he is governor, that "we are willing, totally willing, to assume the direction of the Argentine republic on that date."
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April 19, 1995
Arturo Frondizi, 86, president of Argentina from 1958 until 1962. Frondizi, who formed a resistance movement as a student at the University of Buenos Aires and was briefly imprisoned, became a lawyer and later taught at the Buenos Aires university. He began his political career with the Radical Civic Union, Argentina's 100-year-old centrist party, where he became a deputy. He was elected president but was toppled by a military coup four years later.
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