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MEXICO FEATURE
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July 30, 2000
Left-leaning candidate Pablo Salazar delivers a speech during a campaign rally on July 30, 2000, in the...
Tuzantan, Mexico
CANDIDATE PABLO SALAZAR (L) ADDRESSES A SPEECH DURING A CAMPAIGN RALLY IN CHIAPAS STATE.
Left-leaning candidate Pablo Salazar delivers a speech during a campaign rally on July 30, 2000, in the town of Tuzantan, in the strife-torn state of Chiapas. Crisscrossing Chiapas state in a bid to become its next governor, Pablo Salazar often sounds more like a revolutionary zealot than a candidate for political office. Salazar is seeking to extend a peaceful political revolution to nearly 4 million people in Mexico's poorest state, where armed Zapatista rebels declared war on the government in 1994 over the rights of its mostly poor Indian citizens.

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