90s16. ‘Vote for Democracy’ campaign
The AAM argued that de Klerk wanted to establish ‘neo-apartheid’ rather than genuine majority rule in the negotiations that followed the release of Nelson Mandela. In 1991 it launched a ‘Vote for Democracy’ campaign, calling for an interim government and constituent assembly in South Africa. This leaflet was published in the run-up to the 1992 British general election.
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