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South Africa And Eastern Europe

EDM number 362 in 1989-90, proposed by George Galloway on 23/01/1990.

That this House regrets the official visit to Hungary by the South African Foreign Minister Pik Botha and the signs that Hungary and South Africa are moving towards establishing diplomatic relations; notes that the South African Foreign Office are targetting other East European countries, principally Poland and East Germany, in an attempt to end their relative international isolation; and hopes that a sad and unexpected result of the democratic upheaval in Europe is not the opening of a new pro-Apartheid front in East and Central Europe.

This motion has been signed by a total of 26 MPs.

George Galloway23/01/1990Glasgow HillheadProposed
Ernie Ross23/01/1990Dundee WestSigned
Robert Parry24/01/1990Liverpool, RiversideSigned
Tony Lloyd24/01/1990StretfordSigned
John McAllion24/01/1990Dundee EastSigned
William McKelvey24/01/1990Kilmarnock & LoudounSigned
Alan Meale24/01/1990MansfieldSigned
Bill Michie24/01/1990Sheffield, HeeleySigned
Tom Cox24/01/1990TootingSigned
John Cummings24/01/1990EasingtonSigned
Harry Barnes24/01/1990North East DerbyshireSigned
Audrey Wise24/01/1990PrestonSigned
Eric Illsley25/01/1990Barnsley CentralSigned
John Battle25/01/1990Leeds WestSigned
Tony Banks25/01/1990Newham North WestSigned
Maria Fyfe25/01/1990Glasgow, MaryhillSigned
Allan Rogers25/01/1990RhonddaSigned
Keith Bradley26/01/1990Manchester, WithingtonSigned
Max Madden29/01/1990Bradford WestSigned
Terry Patchett29/01/1990Barnsley EastSigned
Doug Hoyle29/01/1990Warrington NorthSigned
Alice Mahon29/01/1990HalifaxSigned
Jack Thompson29/01/1990WansbeckSigned
Martyn Jones31/01/1990Clwyd South WestSigned
Gwyneth Dunwoody08/03/1990Crewe & NantwichSigned
Mike Watson19/03/1990Glasgow CentralSigned

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