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Central America Peace Plan #317765

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 26, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Managua, Nicaragua: Juan Vasquez) Nicaraguan Cardinal Miguel Obando y Bravo's new role in Sandinista's effort to implement latest Central American peace plan examined; details given, scenes shown. Govt.'s reopening of opposition newspaper "La Prensa" and Catholic radio station and invitation to Contras to move into cease-fire zone and surrender noted. [Contra leader Adolfo CALERO - accuses Sandinistas of trying to disarm resistance movement] Pol. advantage to government of implementing peace plan explained; war's economy impact on Sandinistas mentioned. [Businessman Enrique BOLANOS - accuses government of deception.] [Vice minister of interior Luis CARRION - (thru translator) notes feasibility of defeating President Reagan's Central American policy.]

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob;
Vasquez, Juan
Duration:
00:02:20

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