Preparation for election and guerrilla attacks during voting for new constitution of El Salvador.
El Salvador Date:1983 Duration:6 min 38 sec Sound:Yes
The battle for democracy in El Salvador. On 28th March 1982, 80 percent of women in charge of the new constitution. People stand in queues. Officials attend an assembly to plan for popular election of a president in March, 1984. An official speaks in the assembly. Officials raise their hands in favor during the assembly. The President of El Salvador, Alvaro Magana speaks from his office. The flag and the insignia of El Salvador. People work on computers for registration of individual voters. The President of Central Election Council, Armando Rodnguez Eguizabal talks about the election preparations. People work on identity cards. People stand in queues and cast their votes. Guerrilla attacks resulting in explosions. A bus burns and a damaged bridge. Soldiers in action against the violence spread by guerrilla attack. One soldier runs and gets into a helicopter. President Magana speaks. The soldier in the helicopter. Officials inspect the voting area from the helicopter. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Fidel Chavez Mena speaks. Roberto D'Aubuisson Arrieta addresses a large crowd regarding his voting campaign. Jose Napolean Duarte delivers a speech.
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