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Leader of apartheid body resigns in South Africa

The leader of South Africa's Broederbond organization, considered the power behind the policies of the ruling National Party, resigned amid a dispute over government plans to give a minor political voice to Indians and citizens of mixed race.

The Broederbond's Executive Council said that Carel Boshoff was ''involved with a view which does not find the constitution (reform) bill acceptable'' and his chairmanship had become troublesome. The Broederbond drew up the blueprint for South Africa's system of apartheid.

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