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February 24, 1984 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-24

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30 Friday, February 24, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Congressmen Pushing U.S. Embassy Move to Jerusalem

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Rep. Tom Lantos (D-Calif.)
emphasized Wednesday
that the legislation intro-
duced in Congress to move
the U.S. Embassy in Israel

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and the Ambassador's resi-
dence from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem is not a "sym-
bolic gesture."
"We will make a full-
court press to expedite pro-
cedures on this legislation
through both houses so as to
present the President with
this legislation for his sig-
nature well before the No-
vember elections," Lantos
said at a press conference at
which he announced that
Rep. Benjamin Gilman
(R-N.Y.) and he had intro-
duced the necessary legisla-
tion in the House on Tues-
day.
Their bill is similar to the
one introduced earlier in
the Senate by Sen. Daniel
Moynihan (D-N.Y.). A hear-
ing on Moynihan's bill was
scheduled to be held by the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee yesterday.
Lantos said that if
President Reagan main-
tains his principles in
which he expressed his
commitment to a united
Jerusalem, -he will sign
the bill.
While the five Con-
gressmen present at the
press conference stressed
the bi-partisan support for
the legislation in Congress,
Rep. Robert Mrazek (D-
N.Y.) noted that this was
the "one year" when the
President could be expected
to sign it.
Lantos called for an end to
the "hypocrisy" that has
existed in which the U.S.
maintains "close relations
with our friend and ally, Is-
rael, but denies it uniquely
the right to determine its
own capital by refusing to
have our Embassy located
where it decided its capital
should be."
Rep. Bill Green (R-N.Y.)
noted that although the
U.S. does not recognize East
Berlin as the capital of East
Germany, its embassy is lo-
cated there. Lantos added
that when Brazil moved its
capital from Rio de Janeiro
to Brasilia, the U.S. Em-
bassy moved there, too.

Gilman said in no other
country is the U.S. Embassy
located outside the adminis-
trative capital.
Lantos rejected any
claim that Congressional
action would interfere
with the President's Con-
stitutional authority to
conduct foreign policy.
He said this was not con-
duct of foreign policy,
adding that Congress al-
ways had the right to be
included in the "formula-
tion of policy." In addi-
tion, Congress has fre-
quently acted on Consu-
lates and in the past, for
example, prevented a
previous Administration
from closing some consu-
lates.
Meanwhile, in Detroit,
Louis Panush lauded the ef-
forts in Congress. A na-
tional vice president of the

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writers and poets from Is-
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Canada, Argentina and
Mexico, it was announced
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Central Jewish Committee
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member of the Argentine
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