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September 20, 1989 | CHARLES T. POWERS, Times Staff Writer
The Communist Party of Hungary and leading opposition groups have reached agreement on a plan for the coming elections that is likely to ensure that the office of president will go to Imre Pozsgay, the Communists' leading reform politician. The plan was adopted in the final round-table meeting between the opposition groups and the Communist Party--officially the Socialist Workers Party--and calls for a presidential election Nov. 26, with parliamentary elections to follow within three months.
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September 20, 1989 | CHARLES T. POWERS, Times Staff Writer
The Communist Party of Hungary and leading opposition groups have reached agreement on a plan for the coming elections that is likely to ensure that the office of president will go to Imre Pozsgay, the Communists' leading reform politician. The plan was adopted in the final round-table meeting between the opposition groups and the Communist Party--officially the Socialist Workers Party--and calls for a presidential election Nov. 26, with parliamentary elections to follow within three months.
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July 12, 1989 | JACK NELSON, Times Staff Writer
An exuberant President Bush, cheered by throngs of Hungarians who greeted him in a thunderstorm here Tuesday, declared that the United States stands with Hungary in what he called "an unprecedented experiment--a Communist system seeking to evolve toward a more open and pluralistic system."
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