90s23. ‘Peace, Freedom and the Vote’
The AAM launched its ‘Peace, Freedom and the Vote’ campaign in June 1993. It called for international pressure on the de Klerk government to drop its demand for permanent power sharing and a white veto on constitutional change. It also insisted that the transitional executive council should have a supervisory, rather than advisory, role in the run-up to the elections. It called for the new constitution to be agreed by an elected assembly, rather than by a multi-party negotiating body. The campaign culminated in the AAM’s last major rally in Trafalgar Square on 20 June.
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|Holding Institution:||AAM Archive, Bodleian Library|