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November 16, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Panamanians voted overwhelmingly to reject constitutional reforms favored by President Guillerm Endara, including one that would have banned the creation of an army. With 92% of the precincts reporting, 64% of the voters had rejected the reform package, with only 32% in favor. The remaining votes were ruled invalid. The balloting was widely viewed as a referendum on the president, who has been blamed for double-digit inflation and a high crime rate.
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November 16, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Panamanians voted overwhelmingly to reject constitutional reforms favored by President Guillerm Endara, including one that would have banned the creation of an army. With 92% of the precincts reporting, 64% of the voters had rejected the reform package, with only 32% in favor. The remaining votes were ruled invalid. The balloting was widely viewed as a referendum on the president, who has been blamed for double-digit inflation and a high crime rate.
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