90s04. ‘Boycott de Klerk’
South African President de Klerk held talks with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on 19 May 1990, during a three-week tour of European capitals. The day before, the AAM held a rally protesting against the talks. It warned that de Klerk wanted to negotiate a new South African constitution that would fall far short of majority rule. Protests were held in every country de Klerk visited, co-ordinated by the Liaison Group of the Anti-Apartheid Movements of the European Community.
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