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U.S. Reaction to Election in Peru

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 March 2017

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1 See Krauss, Clifford, Fujimori Is Victor in Peru’s Runoff as Protests Grow, N.Y. Times, May 29, 2000, at A1 Google Scholar.

2 Joint Resolution Expressing the Sense of Congress that the President of the United States Should Encourage Free and Fair Elections and Respect for Democracy in Peru, Pub. L. No. 106–186, 114 Stat. 226 (2000).

3 See Pearlstein, Steven, OAS Votes to Send Mission to Press Peru on Reforms, Wash. Post, June 6, 2000, at A20 Google Scholar.

4 The report was prepared by Eduardo Stein, the head of the OAS election observation mission in Peru, and was put into final form on June 2. See Mision de Observacion Electoral Elecciones Generales Republica del Peru Ano 2000 (June 2, 2000), obtainable from <http://www.oas.org>.

5 See Krauss, supra note 1.

6 See Marquis, Christopher, U. S. Rêtreats on Peru Vote; Assessment Is Not “Final,” N.Y. Times, May 31, 2000, at A5 Google Scholar.

7 See OAS Opposes Condemning Peru Election, Wash. Post, June 1, 2000, at A15.

8 See Lauredo, Luis J., Permanent Representative of the U.S. to the OAS, Remarks to the Special Session of the OAS Permanent Council Concerning the OAS Electoral Observation Mission to Peru (May 31, 2000), obtainable from <http://www.state.gov>>Google Scholar. In 1991, OAS states agreed that threats to democracy in the Western Hemisphere should be addressed through collective action initiated by the OAS Permanent Council. See Representative Democracy, OAS Doc. AG/Res. 1080 (June 5, 1991).

9 See Charter of the Organization of American States, Apr. 30, 1948, Art. 3, 2 UST 2394, 119 UNTS 3, as amended Feb. 27, 1967, 21 UST 607.

10 Mission of the Chair of the General Assembly and the OAS Secretary General to Peru, OAS Doc. AG/Res. 1753 (June 5, 2000); see Faiola, Anthony, Latin Nations Take Lenient Attitude Toward Fujimori, Wash. Post June 8, 2000, at A23 Google Scholar.

11 Thomas Pickering, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Remarks to the Second Plenary Session of the 30th OAS General Assembly (June 5, 2000), obtainable from <http://www.state.gov>.

12 See Krauss, Clifford, Fujimori Offers Plans to Foster Democracy, N.Y. TIMES, June 7, 2000, at A8 Google Scholar; Krauss, Clifford, O.A.S. Mission to Peru Says Intelligence Boss Must Go, N.Y. Times, June 30, 2000, at A8 Google Scholar.

13 See Marquis, Christopher, Officials Say Skeptical U.S. Plans to Work with Fujimori, N.Y. Times, July 23, 2000, at 5 Google Scholar.

14 See Krauss, Clifford, Fujimori Takes Oath as Protests Blanket Area in Smoke, N.Y. Times, July 29, 2000, at A3 Google Scholar.

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