H.R. 1143, H. Res. 59, H. Res. 99, H. Res. 110, H. Con. Res. 35, H. Con. Res. 56, and H. Con. Res. 37: Markup Before the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, First Session, March 17, 1999, Volume 4;Volumes 81-83

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Página 105 - Act, the United States will make available to Taiwan such defense articles and defense services in such quantity as may be necessary to enable Taiwan to maintain a sufficient self-defense capability.
Página 105 - States, and are matters of international concern; (3) to make clear that the United States decision to establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China rests upon the expectation that the future of Taiwan will be determined by peaceful means...
Página 5 - Those in favor of the motion will say aye. Those opposed will say no. The ayes have it. The motion is agreed to. Without objection, the...
Página 98 - ROYBALALLARD) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on International Relations RESOLUTION Congratulating the Government and the people of the Republic of El Salvador on successfully completing free and democratic elections on March 7, 1999.
Página 14 - Governor BROWN. Yes, we are. I remember when you were out in California and we met. Mr. DENT. And I would like to yield the balance of my time to the distinguished gentleman from California, Mr. Hawkins. Mr. ROOSEVELT. Mr. Hawkins, with Mr. Martin's cooperation, we will recognize you out of order at this point. Mr. HAWKINS. I have already said mine out of order, now, and on the record, I also want to commend you, Governor, for your statement...
Página 104 - MENENDEZ submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was referred to the Committee on CONCURRENT RESOLUTION Expressing the sense of Congress regarding the two-year anniversary of the human rights crackdown in Cuba.
Página 5 - The gentleman from New Jersey Mr. Smith. Mr. SMITH OF NEW JERSEY. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Página 25 - The question occurs now on the amendment in the nature of a substitute, as amended. All those in favor signify by saying, aye.
Página 18 - Cuban authorities routinely harass, threaten, arbitrarily arrest, detain, imprison, and defame human rights advocates and members of independent professional associations, including journalists, economists, doctors, and lawyers, often with the goal of coercing them into leaving the country. The Government denied political dissidents and human rights advocates due process and subjected them to unfair trials. Many remained in prison at year's end. Although the Government sought to discourage and thwart...

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