March 12, 1986
By Juliana Geran
P-L357 CAN CURB NICARAGUAN SPYING IN THE U.S.
This means that the U.S. may bar aliens in the U.S. from
travelling beyond the U.N.'s Manhattan headquarters and its
immediate vicinity. This should be made to apply to members of the
Nicaraguan mi ssion, now headed by Nora Astorga. She had been
Nicaragua's nominee for Ambassador to the U.S. last spring, but was
rejected by the Reagan Administration because of near certainty of
her role in the murder of General Reynaldo Perez Vega in Managua on
Marc h 8, 1978.
If the Reagan Administration is serious when it talks about the
Sandinista regime's threat to this hemisphere, then it should move
immediately to curb that threat by limiting Nicaraguan diplomats'
access to the U.S.
Juliana Geran Pilon, Ph.D. Senior Policy Analyst
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