Foreign News: Line-Up in Chile

To fill the post of President, left vacant when Pedro Aguirre Cerda died of bronchial and lung congestion last month, Chile must hold an election in February. Last week, after some political scuffling, the line-up of candidates emerged. Chile's next President will probably be chosen from the following:

Juan Antonio Rios, candidate of the Radical Party, who looked like the best bet. A banker and onetime Minister of the Interior, he represents the right wing of the Radical Party and is strongly antiCommunist. A Radical split had loomed when Rios and Gabriel González Videla...

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