The Commission representing Peru in the Tacna-Arica dispute (TIME, Nov. 26), soon to be arbitrated by U. S. President Coolidge, presented its final brief. The final brief of Chile, the second party to the dispute, was momentarily expected.

The following points were contained in the Peruvian brief:

1) That changed conditions through the lapse of 30, years have made a plebiscite impracticable and unfair.

2) That a plebiscite now would be especially unfair, since the character of the population has been changed by the acts of Chile in order to control the vote.


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