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Central America / Kissinger Commission #293243

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 14, 1984
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(Studio) President Reagan reported generally supporting Kissinger commission's conclusions and recommendations on Central America.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) President's opposition to commission recommendation linking military aid to El Salvador with certifiable progress in human rights examined; his remarks in weekly radio address outlined. [Voice of REAGAN - agrees with objective for El Salvador, but remains committed to preventing Cuban and Nicaraguan efforts to overthrow Salvadoran government] Congress's demand that Salvadoran government halt its own pol. murders before recing. continuing aid noted. [Commission adviser Representative Michael BARNES - discusses President's apparent effort to selectively reject commission findings, recommendations.] Possible points of compromise between White House and Congress listed on screen, discussed.
REPORTER: John Ferrugia

Ferrugia, John;
Schieffer, Bob

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