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106 STAT. 5208 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 7, 1992 (A) to allow free movement for all civilians who wish to leave the southern city of Juba and to cease the human rights abuses, including summary executions, of those civilians held against their will in Juba; ^, (B) to allow unrestricted and unconditional access for the International Committee of the Red Cross, United States officials, and other relief organizations to all parts ,^ of the country, including Juba; (C) to guarantee the personal safety and security of all rehef workers, including Sudanese employees of relief agencies working in Sudan; (D) to provide a full accounting of the recent deaths of employees of the United States Agency for International Development in Juba; (E) to cease its violent campaign of forced displacement of the Nuba people of Kordofan Province and the displaced people from IQiartoum, to permit a greater number of international relief organizations to attend to their needs, and to initiate a process for just settlement of claims of those who have been relocated and whose homes and belongings have been destroyed; (F) to permit international human rights groups to visit all areas of Sudan, including places of detention and displaced persons camps; and (G) to lift the ban on the institutions of independent civil society such as the press and labor unions, and to restore freedom of speech and expression; (2) calls upon the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Army to end its human rights abuses and interference with relief efforts; and (3) calls upon the President to work with United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali to convene a Security Council meeting to discuss the human rights situation in Sudan and to consider further international means, including within the United Nations system, to ameliorate the humanitarian situation in Sudan. Agreed to October 6, 1992. Oct. 7, 1992 CASCADIA CORRIDOR COMMISSION—U.S. [H. Con. Res. 383] PARTICIPATION Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring). SECTION 1. It is the sense of Congress that: (a) CASCADIA CORRIDOR COMMISSION. —The United States should continue negotiations with the Government of Canada and State, provincial, and local governments in the urbanized Cascadia corridor along Interstate 5/Highway 99 from Vancouver, British Columbia (including Vancouver Island), to Eugene, Oregon, in order to establish a commission to— (1) act as a forum to coordinate consideration of regional issues in the Cascadia area by representatives from the private sector, nonprofit organizations, and local. State, provincial, regional, and national governments;