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PUBLIC LAW 88-205-DEC. 16, 1963
CHAPTER 5—CONTINGENCY F U N D
75 Stat. 434; 76 Stat. 259. - • "" 22 USC 2261.
SEC. 110. Section 451 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which relates to the contingency fund, is amended by striking out "1963" and "$300,000,000" and substituting "1964" and "$160,000,000", respectively. PAKT II CHAPTER 1—POLICY
SEC. 201. Chapter 1 of part II of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, is amended as follows: (a) I n the chapter heading strike out the words "SHORT TITLE ANn".
Repeal. 75 Stat. 434. 22 USC 2301 note.
75 Stat. 436. 22 USC 2312. 22 USC 2313.
22 USC 2318. 22 USC 2319.
(b) Section 501, which relates to short title, is repealed. CHAPTER 2—MILITARY ASSISTANCE
SEC. 202. Chapter 2 of part II of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which relates to military assistance, is amended as follows: (a) l u section 504(a), which relates to authorization, strike out u^he fiscal years 1962 and 1963" and "$1,700,000,000 for each such fiscal year, which sums" and substitute "fiscal year 1964" and "$1,000,000,000, which", respectively. (b) I n section 505(a), which relates to utilization of assistance,change the period at the end thereof to a colon and add the following proviso: Provided, That, except (1) to the extent necessary to fulfill prior commitments or (2) to the extent that the President finds, with respect to any Latin American country, that the furnishing of military assistance under this Act is necessary to safeguard the security of the United States or to safeguard the security of a country associated with the United States in the Alliance for Progress against overthrow of a duly constituted government, and so informs the Congress, no further military assistance under any provision of this Act shall be furnished to any Latin American country." (c) I n section 510(a), which relates to special authority, strike out "1963" in the first and second sentences and substitute "1964". (d) I n section 511, which relates to restrictions on military aid to Latin America, strike out "$57,500,000" and substitute "$55,000,000, of which a part may be used during each fiscal year for assistance in implementing a feasible plan for regional defense". fe) Add the following new section: " SEC. 512. RESTRICTIONS ON MILITARY A I D TO AFRICA.—No military
22 USC 2315.
assistance shall be furnished on a ^ a n t basis to any country in Africa, except for internal security requirements or for programs described in section 505(b) of this chapter, unless the President determines otherwise and promptly reports such determination to the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives. The value of grant programs of defense articles for African countries in fiscal year 1964, pursuant to any authority contained in this part other than section 507, shall not exceea $25,000,000."