LATIN AMERICA: Alessandri Out

For five years Senor Alessandri has been President of Chile. About a year ago (TIME, Sept. 22, 1924) a military junto seized the Government, and told President Alessandri that he could remain in office if he would go away on a six months' vacation. He went to Europe. Before the six months were up a junto of younger Chilean officers seized the Government from their outraged superiors (TIME, Feb. 2), told President Alessandri to come back. He came.

Recently, Colonel Carlos Ibanez, leader of the young military junto which recalled President Alessandri, decided that he might like to be elected...

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