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102 STAT. 2270-50
102 STAT. 2270-50
PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2270-50

PUBLIC LAW 100-463—OCT. 1, 1988

States to seek a just and lasting peace for the region in a manner compatible with the Esquipulas Accord of August 7, 1987, the declaration of the Central American presidents at San Jose, Costa Rica, on January 16, 1988, the Sapoa Agreement of March 23, 1988, and United States national security interests in the region. SEC. 9002. SPECIAL CONDITIONS WARRANTING EXPEDITED PROCEDURES FOR LEGISLATION CONCERNING TRANSPORTATION OF PREVIOUSLY APPROPRIATED ASSISTANCE HELD IN TITLE BY THE NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE.

If, at any time after enactment of this Act and before the adjournment sine die of the second session of the One Hundredth Congress— (1) the President finds that the Government of Nicaragua has caused an emergency situation in Central America which is having a critical impact on peace and stability of that region, and (2) the President has consulted with the presidents of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala regarding that emergency situation, and (3) the President submits to the Congress the report described in section 9004(a), and (4) the President requests the Congress to consider legislation which would authorize the transportation to the Nicaraguan Resistance of previously appropriated assistance held in title by the Nicaraguan Resistance and, if necessary, provide authority for (a) the interchangeability of such assistance with equipment of comparable value and purpose which is owned by the United States, and (b) the transportation of humanitarian and military assistance in the same transportation system, and (5) the House of Representatives has passed legislation, with or without amendments, with respect to the request under paragraph (4), then a joint resolution described in section 9013(a)(l), shall be considered in the Senate in accordance with the procedures specified in section 9013 of this title. SEC. 9003. RESTRICTIONS REGARDING THE EMERGENCY TRANSPORT OF PREVIOUSLY APPROPRIATED ASSISTANCE HELD IN TITLE BY THE NICARAGUAN RESISTANCE.

(a) IN GENERAL.—This section shall only apply upon the enactment of legislation, considered in the Senate in accordance with section 9013, authorizing the transportation to the Nicaraguan Resistance of previously appropriated assistance not to exceed $16,500,000 held in title by the Nicaraguan Resistance and, if necessary, providing authority for the interchangeability of such assistance with equipment of comparable value and purpose which is owned by the United States. O> FUNDS FOR TRANSPORTATION.—(1) There shall be transferred to t) the Secretary of State from unobligated funds from appropriations accounts specified in section 9011— (A) such sums as are necessary to carry out the transportation requirements described in subsection (a), but not to exceed $5,000,000; and (B) such sums as are necessary to provide for the indemnification of aircraft leased with funds transferred under clause (A), but not to exceed $20,000,000.