TUE 'MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, APRIL 1967
PAEEGTTl IIIG NDIYSNDY PI ,16
Local Viet Elections
SAIGON (A) - Local elections
got under way today in about half
the villages and hamlets in South
Vietnam, in the shadow of a
Communist terror campaign aim-
ed at blocking them.
The campaign aimed at this
local balloting for village council
members, hamlet chiefs and dep-
uty hamlet chiefs has so far killed
at least four candidates, Premier
Cnguyan Cao Ky said last week.
Viet Conig Intimidation teams
have threatened capable candi-
dates with abduction or murder,
destroyed voter registration cards,
pushed forward Communist or in-
competent nominees, and herded
voters away from their homes so
they cannot participate.
No City Voting
Chief of State Nguyen Van Thieu
said yesterday the staggered elec-
tions would cover 1,262 villages
and 5,487 hamlets. There will be
no voting at this time in the cities
or in insecure areas.
South Vietnam has 2,552 illages
and 13,784 hamlets. Officials esti-
mate 318 villages and 3,967 ham-
lets are firmly held by the Viet
Cong. Others form a sort of no-
man's land held by the central
government by day and controlled
by Communist guerrillas at night.
Most of the present village and
hamlet leaders were appointed to
fill dead men's shoes. Such offi-
cials have long been considered
special targets by the Viet Cong,
who sought to break the link they
represent with Saigon.
Thanh district of Kien Hoa
Province have been warning vot-
ers not to cast ballots because
Communist units plan to mortar
the district capital and throw
grenades into polling places.
Voting today and April 9 will
each cover 30 per cent of the se-
cured villages in Vietnam's 44
provinces. Twenty per cent of the
villages in each province will vote
on April 16 and 10 per cent each
will cast ballots on April 23
"Phase two" of the voting com-
prises special elections held dur-
ing the remainder of 1967 in vil-
lages and hamlets as they come
under full government control.
Eight days of formal campaign-
ing were permitted the candidates.
The elections are under universal
suffrage by secret ballot for a
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