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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 13,

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French

voters support Gaullists;

Pompidou seeks

PARIS (Reuter) - President
Georges Pompidou yesterday
launched his quest for a new,
more popular government after the
Gaullists were voted back into pow-
er with a sharply-reduced majority
in the second round of general elec-
tions Sunday.
The biggest changes were expect-
ed in social and foreign policy with
Pompidou eager to gratify t h e
huge segment of the opinion which
turned against the Gaullists.
While Frenchmen still weighed
the significance of the vote, t he
President summoned Prime Min-
ister Pierre Messmer and o t h e r
government party leaders to a
working luncheon to discuss the
formulation of a new government.
One of its first jobs will be to
contend withthe disappointed un-
ions, which began calling on work-
ers yesterday to organize them-
Peronists
claim- win
In election
BUENOS AIRES (Reuter) - Sup-
porters of ex-President J u a n
Peron today claimed outright vic-
tory in Sunday's Argentine gen-
eral elections for the former lead-
ar's handpicked candidate, dentist
Hector Campora.
But the rest of the country await-
ed anxiously to see if the Peron-
ists had won the 50 per cent plus
one vote needed to avoid a second
ballot.
The latest Interior Ministry fig-
ures gave 63-year-old Dr. C a m-
uora of the Justicialist Liberation
Front (Frejuli) 48.7 per cent of the
poll, with about 82 per cent of the
votes counted.
Argentina's s o l d i e r-president,
Gen. Alejandro Lanusse, was to an-
nounce the final results late yes-
terday in a nationwide radio and
television address.
Votes still to be counted were
thought to include many from the
traditionally Peronist regions.
This would indicate, observers
staid, that Dr. Campora had a
chance of obtaining an absolute
majority and avoiding a runoff
against the runner-up, Radical
Party candidate Ricardo Balbin.
But even if a second ballot, due
to be held within 30 days, were
to be required in the presidential
race, observers said Dr. Campora
looked unbeatably.
The Frejuli nominated Dr. Cam-
pora after Peron stripped of his
military title of General after a
military coup d etat ended his dic-
tatorshipin 1955, was banned from
running for the Presidency himself.

selves for "major victories" in the
wage front.
Despite a surprisingly comfort-
able Gaullist victory margin in
terms of strength in the 490-s e a t
National Assembly, Pompidou was
aware that the opposition Socialist-
Communist front matched the gov-
ernment parties vote for vote.
The two rival blocks took about
46 per cent each for the overall
vote Sunday. But while the Gaul-
lists and their allies captured 275
seats, the left won only 176.
Many commentators thought that
Messmer himself would be drop-
ped over the next few weeks to
make way for a leader more re-
sponsive towards the papular trend
for change.
But the Prime Minister refused
to comment on his possible resig-
DAILY OFFICIAL
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"popular"
nation after the Elysee talks yes- States.
terday. .IThe
Named as possible successors are candid
Valery Giscard Destaing, the aris- ed Gai
tocratic Finance Minister who has powerf
built up enormous respect among they s
middle class Frenchmen; Edgar This
Faure, the candid, hard-hitting So- official
cial Affairs Minister with a pop- Parliai
ular touch; and Oliver Guichard, dersto
the relatively unknown Minister of "
Housing and Supply. to invi
Pompidou has three weeks be- Alth
fore the new assembly meets to 100 se,
choose a leader best equipped to ity the
carry out his promised program of tions,
"bold reforms" on the social front. claim
The shock election defeat of Afte,
Foreign Minister Maurice Schu- risked
mann, chief government casualty the L
of the campaign, raises the pros- were d
pect of a more frankly European munist
outlook by France in the future ciently
in place of its often inflexible Com- with a
mon Market stands. than 6(
Pompidou is expected to take ac- The
count of the invaluable help given own e
the Gaullists Sunday by the oppo- chief
sition center reformers, who are party
enthusiastic about moves toward 53 in t
an all-European government and he wai
are warmer than the Gaullists to- ed Mi
wards close ties with the United sult a

govt.
reformers withdrew m a n y
atss in favor of better-plac-
ullists so as to ward off the
ul left-wing challenge, but
till finished with 31 seats.
was enough to give them
standing as a party in
ment and Pompidou is un-
od to feel that one good way
ening up" the government is
te them in.
ough the Gaullists dropped
ats from the massive major-
ey ran up in the 1968 elec-
they were the only group to
victory yesterday.
r dire predictions that they,
being ousted altogether by
eft, the government parties
delighted that their anti-Com-
campaign paid off suffi-
well to keep them in power
solid overall margin of more
0 seats.
left failed to live up to its
xpectations. Socialist party
Francois Mitterrand, whose
advanced to 89 seats from
he outgoing assembly, said
s disappointed. Far left lead-
chael Rocard called the re-
defeat.

GM can't meet auto'
standards until 1975
WASHINGTON (Reuter) - U.S. government anti-pollution stand-
ards proposed for 1975 model cars could shut down the entire produc-
tion of General Motors, the biggest U.S. car manufacturer, corporation
vice-president Ernest Starkman said yesterday.
Unless the government softens its standards for controlling exhaust
fumes on the models, it will run the risk of a "business catastrophe,"
Starkman told an Environmental Protection Agency hearing.
The government agency was holding the hearing after major car
manufacturers warned they would be unable to meet the 1975 stand-
ards. The government has ordered car manufacturers to cut the emis-
sion of exhaust fumes by 90 per cent by then, and even stricter stand-
ards are proposed for 1976.
The government agency rejected a request by manufacturers last
May to be allowed to delay the introduction of the 1975 exhaust stand-
ards, but an appeals court has directed the agency to rehear the case.
Starkman told the hearing there would be no time for adequate
testing of the expensive tooling required to fit the 1975 exhaust con-
trol devices.
As a compromise, he urged that 1974 pollution standards be ex-
tended through 1975.

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