Adolfo Suárez, Spain’s first elected prime minister after the Franco dictatorship and a key figure in the country’s transition back to democracy, died here on Sunday, March 23rd . He was 81.
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The New York Times
|Adolfo Suárez in 1977. The peak of his achievement came the following year: he did not interfere in the drafting of the new constitution, but oversaw its passage through parliament and ratification by a referendum. Photograph: STR/AFP/Getty Images|
|Manuel Hernandez de LeonEuropean Pressphoto Agency|