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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 17, 19?7

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MADRID, Spain (AP)-Prem-
ier Adolfo Suarez' center coali-
tion emerged yesterday from the
Spanish election with a solid
mandate to continue democrat-
ic reforms but without enough
seats for a majority in parlia-
ment.
U.S. Secretary of State Cy-
rts Vance told reporters in St.
Georges, Grenada, where he
was attending a meeting of the
Organization of America States,
that the results were a tribute
to efforts by King Juan Carlos
and Suarez to lead Spain "along
the road toward restoration of
democracy." He said democrat-
tic governments around the
world were "heartened" by the
outcome.
SPAIN'S RIGHT WING, the
bulwark of the late Gen. Fran-
cisco Franco during his 36-year
dictatorship, went down to a
stunning defeat to the center
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and moderate left. The Com-
munist party emerged as tie
nation's fourth political force,
but with less than 8 per cent
of the total vote.
With three-fourths of the votes
counted after Wednesday's bal-
loting, Interior Minister Rodolfo
Martin Villa estimated Suarez'
Union of the Democratic Cen-
ter - UDC - would end up
with 170 of the 350 seats in the
Chamber of Deputies and 106
seats in the 248-seat Senate.
That would leave Suarez six
votes short of a majority in
the lower chamber and 18 short
in the Senate. The 44-year-old
premier was expected to count
on the support of another 41
senators appointed Wednesday
by the premier's strongest sup-
porter, King Juan Carlos.
FINAL OFFICIAL results from
the country's first free election
in 41 years were not expected
until Tuesday. But the unofficial
returns raised the possibility of
a center-left coalition with the
second place Socialist Workers
party of Felipo Gonzales, ex-
pected to win 115 seats in the
lower house and 60 in the Sen-
ate.
The elections for a Western-
style parliament, or Cortes, to
replace Franco's appointed, rub-
ber-stamp legislature was con-
sidered the key of Suarez' 11-
month drive to return Spain
to democracy.
The only major Francoist par-
ty in the elections, former In-
formation Minister Manuel Fra-
ga's Popular Alliance, won 15
lower house seats and was ex-
pected to finish with no seats
in the Senate. The Communist
party won 20 seats in the lower
chamber and eight in the Sen-
ate, and the moderate Basque
National party and Catalan na-
tionalists took 10 seats each in
the chamber, Martin Villa said.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 32-S
Friday, June 17, 1977
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