SITUATION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Created: 5/9/1965

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-LEADERS ALSO HINTED THAT THE "ACT OF SANTOHECEASE FIRE AGREEMENT, WAS POSSIBLY NO LONGER VALID SINCENaTIONAL-RECONSTRUCTION WASARTY TO THEORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES OFFICIALS FOUND CAAMANOTHAN EVER. WHEN THEY ATTEMPTED TO SOUNO OUT THE /- GRQUPON THE SUBJECT OF INITIATING TALKS WITHTHE REBEL LEADERS CHARGED THAT LIBERT'S GOVERNMENTFRONT FOR THE OLD

FOLLOWING THEIR VISIT WITH CAAMANO, THE ORGANIZATIONMERICAN STATES REPRESENTATIVES TALKED WIH IMBERT, WHO TOLD THEM -THAT HE WANTED TO DO EVERYTHNG POSSIBLE TO INITIATE TALKS-WlTH sCAAMANO. IF THESE EFFORTS FAIL, HE SAID, THEN HIS FORCES -WOUOL -HAVE NO OTHER*RECOURSE BUT TO MOVE AGAINSTTHE CAAMANO CAMP. INSERT SAID HE WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO MEET ALONE WITH CAAMANO AS

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iTHE AMBASSADOR ALSO REPORTS THT THE REBELS ARETRYING TO STIR* UP THE REST OF THE COUNTRY TO TAKE TO STREETS OR TO GO ON STRIKE. ALONG THESE LINES, THERE

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-UNCONFIRMED RUMORS THAT THE REBELS ARE MOVING ARMS TOTHERE ARE RELIABLE REPORTS THAT THEY ARE SEEKING TOSTRIKE AT THE GOVERNMENT-OWNED SUGAR CORPORATION'S FACILITIES. THE LABOR SCENE, MONDAYAY SHOULD PROVE TO BE AN IMPORTANT SINCE THE IMBERT JUNTA HAS BEEN URGING ALL WORKERS TO RETURN TOS THEN. -MONDAY WILL ALSO BE SIGNIFICANT IN THAT.

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