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29 Facts About Evita Peron
4. Evita Peron would have conceded on moving these exiles from the frontiers to eastern Argentina, but he warned "Peron takes his time, but accomplishes".
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5. Evita Peron expressed his wishes to settle the Beagle conflict and Pinochet his concerns about Chilean exiles in Argentina near the frontier with Chile.
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8. Evita Peron was banned from running, but a stand-in, Dr Hector Campora, a left-wing Peronist and his personal representative, won the election and took office on 25 May On 20 June 1973, Peron returned from Spain to end his 18-year exile.
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9. Evita Peron backed a "Popular Union" in 1962, and when its candidate for governor of Buenos Aires Province (Andres Framini) was elected, Frondizi was forced to resign by the military.
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10. Evita Peron signed an important exploration contract with Standard Oil of California, in May 1955, consolidating his new policy of substituting the two largest sources of that era's chronic trade deficits with local production brought in through foreign investment.
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25. In many homes, the image of Evita Peron is on the wall next to the Virgin.
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28. On 9 October 1945 Juan Evita Peron was arrested by his opponents within the government who feared that, due to the strong support of the descamisados, the workers and the poor of the nation, Peron's popularity might eclipse that of the sitting president.
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29. In 1951, Eva Evita Peron announced her candidacy for the Peronist nomination for the office of Vice President of Argentina, receiving great support from the Peronist political base, low-income and working-class Argentines who were referred to as descamisados or "shirtless ones".
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