Letter to Congressional leaders on organizations which threaten the Middle East peace process

Clinton, William J.
August 1996
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/12/96, Vol. 32 Issue 32, p1431
Government Documents
Presents the text of US President Bill Clinton's letter to Congressional leaders on organizations which threaten the Middle East peace process dated August 8, 1996. Provisions of Executive Order 12947; Treatment of `specially designated terrorists'; List drawn by the Treasury Department in response to the order.


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