Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 112 Part 5.djvu/48

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112 STAT. 2806 PUBLIC LAW 105-292—OCT. 27, 1998 (4) EVALUATION.— (A) DESCRIPTION.— An evaluation, in consultation with the Secretary of State, the Ambassador at Large, the Commission, the Special Adviser, the parties described in section 403(c) and (d), and whoever else the President deems appropriate, of— (i) the impact upon the foreign government; (ii) the impact upon the population of the country; and (iii) the impact upon the United States economy and other interested parties. (B) AUTHORITY TO WITHHOLD DISCLOSURE. —The President may withhold part or all of such evaluation from the public but shall provide the entire evaluation to Congress. (5) STATEMENT OF POLICY OPTIONS.— A statement that noneconomic policy options designed to bring about cessation of the particularly severe violations of religious freedom have reasonably been exhausted, including the consultations required in section 403. (6) DESCRIPTION OF MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS.— A description of multilateral negotiations sought or carried out, if appropriate and applicable. (b) DELAY IN TRANSMITTAL OF REPORT. —If, on or before the date that the President is required (but for this subsection) to submit a report under subsection (a) to Congress, the President determines and certifies to Congress that a single, additional period of time not to exceed 90 days is necessary pursuant to section 401(b)(3) or 402(c)(3), then the President shall not be required to submit the report to Congress until the expiration of that period of time. 22 USC 6445. SEC. 405. DESCRIPTION OF PRESIDENTIAL ACTIONS. (a) DESCRIPTION OF PRESIDENTIAL ACTIONS. — Except as provided in subsection (d), the Presidential actions referred to in this subsection are the following: (1) A private demarche. (2) Ati official public demarche. (3) A public condemnation. (4) A public condemnation within one or more multilateral fora. (5) The delay or cancellation of one or more scientific exchanges. (6) The delay or cancellation of one or more cultural exchanges. (7) The denial of one or more working, official, or state visits. (8) The delay or cancellation of one or more working, official, or state visits. (9) The withdrawal, limitation, or suspension of United States development assistance in accordance with section 116 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. (10) Directing the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, or the Trade and Development Agency not to approve the issuance of any (or a specified number of) guarantees, insurance, extensions of credit, or participations in the extension of credit with respect