Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 100 Part 4.djvu/912
100 STAT. 3341-307
PUBLIC LAW 99-591—OCT. 30, 1986
America in a manner that meets the concerns described in section 3(a). Each such report shall include— (1) a detailed statement of the status of negotiations toward a negotiated settlement of the conflict in Central America, including the willingness of the Nicaraguan democratic resistance and the Government of Nicaragua to negotiate a settlement; i' (2) a detailed accounting of the disbursements made to provide assistance with the funds transferred under section 6(a) and a detailed statement of how the accountability standards, procedures and controls established under section 7(b) and ll(d)(l)(F) are being implemented so as to assure that all such funds are fully accounted for and are being used exclusively for the purposes authorized by this title; (3) a discussion of alleged human rights violations by the Nicaraguan democratic resistance and the Government of Nicaragua, including a statement of the steps taken by the Nica*'* raguan democratic resistance to remove from their ranks any individuals who have engaged in human rights abuses; and (4) an evaluation of the progress made by the Nicaraguan democratic resistance in broadening its political base and defining a unified and coordinated program for achieving representative democracy in Nicaragua. REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE
SEC. 215. The provisions of subsections (s) and (t) of section 722 of the International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985 shall apply— (1) with respect to any request described in section 722(p) of such Act submitted by the President to the Congress on or after the date of enactment of this title, and (2) with respect to any request by the President for additional economic assistance for the Central American democracies to carry out recommendations contained in the report required by section 5(c)(l)(B) (in which case references to a joint resolution in subsections (s) and (t) of section 722 of such Act shall be deemed to be references to a joint resolution without a preamble, the matter after the resolving clause of which is as follows: "That the Congress approves the additional economic assistance for the Central American democracies that the President requested pursuant to title of the Military Construction Appropriation Act, 1987."), except that, for purposes of consideration in a House of Congress of a joint resolution under subsection (s) or (t) of such section, amendments to such a joint resolution may be in order but only if such amendments are germane. LIMITATION ON PARTICIPATION OF UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ISt PERSONNEL IN DELIVERY OF ASSISTANCE
SEC. 216. (a) United States Government personnel may not provide any training or other service, or otherwise participate directly or indirectly in the provision of any assistance, to the Nicaraguan democratic resistance pursuant to this title within those land areas of Honduras and Costa Rica which are within 20 miles of the border with Nicaragua.