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Statement at the Fifty Ninth Session of the Liberation Committee

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"Even with this guarded optimism, the situation in South Africa now presents a new challenge beyond that of forging unity among all the anti-apartheid forces. The new challenge is how the anti-apartheid forces and especially the Liberation Movements can respond to the swiftly changing political circumstances and prepare for the future. Equally to this Committee is how it can assist in that process of adjusting to the new political situations and in preparing for the future. For beyond the crucial task of mobilization, and expanding their reach in the South African political constituency, there is the equally difficult task of handling the practical aspects of conversion from Movements of Liberation to political parties and of dealing with the mechanics and intricacies of electioneering." - Dr. Salim, February 8, 1993


Fifty-Ninth Session of the Liberation Committee

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