2 edition of Chile election factbook, September 4, 1964. found in the catalog.
Chile election factbook, September 4, 1964.
Institute for the Comparative Study of Political Systems (U.S.).
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JL2692 .O6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||63020069|
Chile A propaganda and political action program for the upcoming September Presidential election was approved by the group in April. In May, the " Committee", named for its meetings in Room of the Executive Office Building, reacted to the dissolution of the Democratic Front by approving covert funding to the Radical Party. SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept. 3 (UPI) — Two former Chilean Nazi party officials were sentenced to 20‐day jail terms today for having incited assaults on Jewish stores and homes in January,
Assembly: Chile has a bicameral National Congress (Congreso Nacional) consisting of the Senate (Senado) with 48 seats and the Chamber of Deputies (Camara de Diputados) with seats. Description of electoral system: The President is elected by absolute majority vote through a two-round system to serve a 4-year term. The Price of Power. Intelligence Agency and the White House by winning the September 4 popular election for the Chilean presidency, although Allende .
Briefing Book # President Kennedy approved that essential program on September 3, A September 4 cable, about which Arthur Schlesinger complained (Document 1) in the election the PPP vote increased to 46 percent, but this was sufficient for only 24 seats in an expanded parliament. Presidential elections were held in Chile on 4 September Salvador Allende of the Popular Unity alliance won a narrow plurality in the public vote, before having his victory confirmed by a Congressional vote after the Christian Democrats voted in favour of his candidacy.
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Chile Election Factbook September 1964. book, [Charles H. Daugherty] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chile election factbook, September 4, [Washington, ©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Institute for the Comparative Study of Political Systems (U.S.) OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.
Description: 48 pages illustrations, maps (some folded) 16 x 23 cm. Get this from a library. The Chilean presidential election of September 4, [Federico G Gil; Charles J Parrish; Institute for the Comparative Study of Political Systems (U.S.)].
/3/ On April 3 the United States and Chile signed an agreement to provide $55 million in program loan assistance in CY For an account on how the funds were utilized, see United States Senate, Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Foreign Aid Expenditures, United States Foreign Aid in Action: A.
In the spirit of the CIA’s decision to declassify some documents on the Chilean election, the National Security Archive called on the Agency to release the entire record on Brazil, and all other documents on covert action in Chile during the s.
Presidential elections were held in Chile on 4 September The result was a victory for Eduardo Frei Montalva of the Christian Democratic Party, who received 56% of the vote. President of Chile: Jorge Alessandri (until 3 November), Eduardo September 4 Montalva; Events September. 4 September – Chilean presidential election, ; Births.
2 March – Jaime Pizarro; 12 March – Esteban Valenzuela; 17 April – Luis Pérez Muñoz; 24 May – Álvaro Rudolphy; 14 November – Carlos ChandíaDecades: s, s, s, s, s. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
Librivox Free Audiobook. BlaBlaSISE Aetherádio Smoothie Insured Financial Wealth - Debt Decoded KONTENTED KOLLECTIVE About That AFSCME Life KlinterKlater Podcast. Chile's conservatives spoke against the Alliance for Progress and were angry with the United States. A conservative Chilean senator spoke of the Alliance for Progress as containing a threat to the basic values of the Western and Christian world.
Ina reformist political party called the Christian Democrats came to power. The popular vote of September 4,gave Allende a narrow plurality (36 percent to 35 for the conservative Alessandri to 28 for Tomic, the Christian Democrat). Under the Constitution it was the responsibility of Congress to decide the outcome of a presidential election in which no.
The polls will open at 8 A.M. and close at 4 P.M. Almost 3, voters are registered to vote, 1, more than in the election that brought to power President Alessandri's right‐of. support of much of the political right, Frei was elected by a clear. majority of 56 per cent inwhile Allende placed second with per cent of the vote.'" Together, Frei and Allende received 95 per cent.
of the electoral support in Editorial Note. On September 4,the Johnson administration closely monitored the official tabulation of votes for the presidential election in Chile. The Department of State received hourly updates from the Embassy in Santiago and forwarded the telegraphic reports to.
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On 5 Februarythe Committee approved a new covert action campaign intended to support selected candidates for Congressional elections on 7 March. Chile's history has been one of remarkable continuity in civilian, democratic rule.
From independence in until the military coup d'etat of SeptemberChile underwent only three brief interrup-tions of its democratic tradition. From until the overthrow of Allende inronstitutional rule in Chile was unbroken.
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Polls were first used in presidential elections inwhen Christian Democrat Eduardo Frei defeated socialist Salvador Allende by a 55,7%,6% File Size: 33KB.
A model operation - Covert action in Chile: From Ralph McGehee 8 January United States ran covert actions in Chile between and leading to the ascension of General Pinochet. The U.S. Government's official report of this covert action said this operation epitomizes CIA covert actions (worldwide).
During the Chilean election campaign, when it becomes clear that leftist candidate Salvador Allende will win (see September 4, ), the US ambassador to Chile, Edward Korry, says: “Not a [US] nut or bolt will be allowed to reach Chile under Allende comes to power we will do all within our power to condemn Chile and Chileans to utmost deprivation and poverty.”.
Chile Table of Contents Development and Breakdown of Democracy, Following the wars of independence and several failed experiments in institution building, Chile after made steady progress toward the construction of representative institutions, showing a constancy almost without parallel in South American political history.
CIA Machinations in Chile in - Reexamining the Record. Launching Track II. The six weeks between Allende’s election and his inauguration was not a long time to begin with, and, given the need to ensure secrecy while attempting to infiltrate operatives and promote a coup, it became incredibly short.An Allende victory in September was made possible by several factors.
Among them were the decline in the influence of the Christian Democratic Party (PDC) in the six years since it won the election, and the split in the bourgeois forces reflected by the candidacies of Radomiro Tomic of the PDC and Jorge Alessandri of the National Party.