PUBLIC LAW 100-463—OCT. 1, 1988
102 STAT. 2270-51
(2) The Secretary of State shall transfer the balance, if any, remaining of funds transferred under paragraph (I)(B) to the appropriations accounts from which such funds were transferred under such paragraph when the transportation requirements described in s u b s ^ i o n (a) have been met. (c) MONITORING BY CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES.—(1) The chairmen and ranking minority members of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives and the Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate shall be kept fully and currently informed regarding the transportation or exchange of any assistance described in subsection (a), including the value and purpose of the items transported or exchsmged and the costs of such transportation. (2) For purposes of this subsection, the term "fully and currently informed includes the provision of all records, data, and other information necessary to carry out the monitoring of activities described in this subsection. (d) ROLE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.—The Secretary of State (or his designee) shall be responsible for support, coordination, and supervision of the transportation of assistance described in subsection (a). Such support shall involve the provision of funds as well as the provision and transportation of materiel and other assistance. (e) The authority granted by this section expires upon delivering Termination of previously appropriated assistance and interchanged assistance date. authorized by this section. SEC. 9004. REPORTS.
(a) PRESIDENTIAL REPORT.—At the time of the submission to the Congress by the President of any request for the authority described in section 9002(4), the President shall submit to the Congress a report containing— (1) a detailed discussion and substantial evidence of the nature of the emergency situation in or adjacent to Nicaragua caused by actions taken by the Government of Nicaragua having a critical impact on peace and stability of the Central American r ^ o n, (2) a description of the recommendations made by the presidents of the (Jentral American democracies consulted in accordance with section 9002(2), and (3) the justification for the transport to the Nicaraguan R^istance of previously appropriated assistance held in title by the Nicaraguan Resistance, including specific information pertaining to at least two of the following three actions: (A) Sandinista initiation of an unprovoked military attack and any other hostile action directed against the forces of the Nicaraguan Resistance, as well as participation or support of any hostUe actions against such forces by any other foreign country or organized group; (B) Other blatant violations of the Esquipulas Accord of August 7, 1987, such as suppression of the media and the internal political opposition, including a denial of its rights to assemble and to hold peaceful demonstrations, and other human rights violations against the people of Nicaragua; and (C) A continued unacceptable level of military assistance by Soviet-bloc countries, including Cuba.