From Our Diplomatic Correspondent A small newspaper in Buenos Aires, El Pamper°, describes the new Government in Argentine as Nationalist with a programme which provides for the establishment of a Corporate State based on seven guilds similar to Mussolini's twenty-two. From these guilds would be formed a National Council of Corporations, which would replace Congress. Political parties are to be abolished according to this programme, and " economic discipline " is to take " the place of political activities."
According to the Daily Telegraph's representative in Santiago, El Pamper() is a Nazi-subsidised paper, but it is important to ten/ember that Santiago is in Chile and a very long way from Buenos Aires, also that El Pamper° is of no importance at all. It is a small paper with a very limited circulation—in comparison about the same as our Daily Worker.
The facts are that there is no strong pro-Nazi element in. Buenos Aires, and plans in any Argentina political circles to establish a Corporate State arc unknown, but of course abroad a Corporate State is not regarded so suspect as it is here. As to the abolition of political parties Argentine authorities here are ignorant of any proposals of that nature and the whole story seems to them extremely suspicious.