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NEW JUNTA WANTS STRONGER NICARAGUAN TIES:

e Michigan Daily-Friday, October 19, 1979-Page 9

El Salvador to recognize Cuba

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El
Salvador's new civilian-military junta
announced yesterday it will establish
diplomatic relations with Cuba,
strengthen ties with Nicaragua and
bring forward to next year presidential

elections to put the country back on the
democratic path.
It also announced it will allow the
Salvadorean Communist Party to par-
ticipate, within the framework of the
democratic process in next year's

Sullivan asks for sanction

of US. firms
(Continued from Page 1
Japanese because they are big con-
trollers of job markets in South Africa
and we haven't heard from them just
yet."
In a report on changes brought about
under his six principles, Sullivan said
that 22 of the 135 companies that adop-
ted them were making good progress,
62 were making acceptable progress
and the remainder needed to be more
active or were new to the program.
"THE PRINCIPLES are working,"
he said. "Progress is being made, not
fast enough by far, but there is
movement in the direction of change as
a result of the principles and progress is

in S. Africa
becoming apparent."
Thirteen similar codes had emerged
from other countries including those of
the European Economic Community
and Canada, and ten of the largest
South African corporations employing
more than 500,000 blck workers in
mines and other labor-intensive in-
dustries had agreed to implement the
principles this year.
Sullivan said 164 U.S. firms, including
some of the largest companies in this
country, had not signed the principles.
He added: "In the future, we intend
to monitor every company with on-site
inspections to see actually what they
are, or are not, doing."

presidential elections.
THE GOVERNMENT, originally set
up. by three colonels but broadened
Wednesday to include three civilians,
also promised to set up a commission to
investigate international charges of
human rights violations, clandestine
prisons, political torture and disap-
pearances.
The promises of sweepinlg changes in
this tiny under-developed Central
American country came four days after
a bloodless coup, carried out by young
officers under Colonels Adolfo Majano
and Jaime Abdul Gutierrez, ousted
rightwing President Carlos Humberto
Romero.
One of the civilian junta members,
moderate leftist politician Guillermo
Unog, said: "We have decided to re-
establish relations with Cuba because
we consider that it represents a Latin
American force which has to be con-
sidered."
BUT UNGO, former leader of the

National Revolutionary Movement, did
not indicate when the junta would re-
establish relations with Cuba, severed
in 1964 as part of a campaign by the
Organization of American States (OAS)
to break links with Fidel Castro's
communist government.
El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua
and Honduras have been staunchly an-
ti-communist in the past. But after the
left-wing Sandinist guerrilla movement
toppled President Anastasio Somoza of
Nicaragua from power three months
ago, only the first two countries remain
bitterly anti-Castro.
Honduras, which broke relations with
El Salvaflor after a border war a
decade ago, is believed to be taking a
more moderate approach to the Cuban
issue.
Another civilian junta member, for-
mer Central American University rec-
tor Roman Mayorga, described the new
process begun in El Salvador as "a step
in the liberation of Central America."

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trary to previous misinformed repor-
ts," said Marion Frane, a demon-
stration organizer, referring to earlier
news accounts concerning the protest.
"AT THE demonstration in Lansing
there will be no acts of civil disobedien-
ce-there were never intended to be
any," said Michael Moore of Flint, who
rapidly is becoming a veteran anti-
nuclear organizer in Michigan. Moore
did not, however, rule out civil
disobedience for the future.
"I would say in the future that cer-
tainly that's a tactic that's going to be
used," he said.
"It would be only natural at some
point in time if nuclear power is not
stopped people will participate in non-
violent civil disobedience."
MOORE SAID he believes the march
alone "will have a powerful effect,"
however. s
He gaid he is optimistic legislation

banning nuclear power will pass the
legislature within the "next year or
so." The whole question of nuclear
power currently is under study by a
joint legislative committee.
Among the featured speakers at the
demonstration will be Howard
Morland-author of the controversial
hydrogen bomb articlewhich appeared
in the Progressie magazine following a
lengthy court battle.
ABSENT FROM the rostrum,
however, will be the rock musicians
and celebrities who have become a
common feature at other anti-nuclear
events across the country. .
Moore said the Michigan protests
"have not been based on having media
stars or rock and roll singers to pull a
crowd."
He said organizers do not want the
event depicted in the media as "a bunch
of peopleout sunning themselves at a
rock picnic."

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