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Symington Amendment Implements Sec 101 Arms Export Control Act 1976

Symington Amendment Implements Sec 101 Arms Export Control Act 1976

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This Symington Amendment makes it illegal for the US to give military aid to Israel
This Symington Amendment makes it illegal for the US to give military aid to Israel

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b. The Arms Export Control Act
CONTENTS
Page
Chapter1
Foreign and National Security Policy Objectives and Restraints..371Section1
The Need for International Defense Cooperation and MilitaryExport Controls.............................................................................................371Section2
Coordination With Foreign Policy...............................................373Section3
Eligibility.......................................................................................374Section4
Purposes for Which Military Sales by the United States Are Authorized.....................................................................................................381Section5
Prohibition Against Discrimination............................................382Section6
Foreign Intimidation and Harassment of Individuals in theUnited States................................................................................................383Chapter2
Foreign Military Sales Authorizations.............................................384Section21
Sales From Stocks......................................................................384Section22
Procurement for Cash Sales......................................................392Section23
Credit Sales.................................................................................394Section24
Guaranties...................................................................................398Section25
 Annual Estimate and Justification for Sales Program............399Section26
Security Assistance Surveys......................................................402Section27
 Authority of President to Enter into Cooperative Projectswith Friendly Foreign Countries.................................................................403Chapter2A
Foreign Military Construction Sales..............................................406Section29
Foreign Military Construction Sales.........................................406Chapter2B
Sales to United States Companies for Incorporation Into EndItems.....................................................................................................................407Section30
General Authority.......................................................................407Chapter2C
Exchange of Training and Related Support..................................408Section30A
Exchange of Training and Related Support...........................408Chapter3
Military Export Controls....................................................................408Section31
 Authorization and Aggregate Ceiling on Foreign MilitarySales Credits.................................................................................................408Section33
Restraint in Arms Sales to Sub-Saharan Africa......................412Section34
Foreign Military Sales Credit Standards..................................412Section35
Foreign Military Sales to Less Developed Countries...............412Section36
Reports on Commercial and Governmental Military Exports;Congressional Action....................................................................................412Section37
Fiscal Provisions Relating to Foreign Military Sales Credits.426Section38
Control of Arms Exports and Imports.......................................426Section39
Fees of Military Sales Agents and Other Payments................437Section39A
Prohibition on Incentive Payments........................................438Section40
Transactions With Countries Supporting Acts of Inter-national Terrorism........................................................................................439Section40A
Transactions With Countries Not Fully Cooperating WithUnited States Antiterrorism Efforts............................................................446Chapter3A
End-Use Monitoring of Defense Articles and Defense Services...447Section40AEnd-Use Monitoring of Defense Articles and Defense Serv-ices..................................................................................................................447Chapter4
General, Administrative, and Miscellaneous Provisions.................448Section41
Effective Date..............................................................................448Section42
General Provisions......................................................................448Section43
 Administrative Expenses...........................................................450Section44
Statutory Construction...............................................................450Section45
Statutes Repealed and Amended...............................................451Section46
Savings Provisions......................................................................451Section47
Definitions...................................................................................451Chapter5
Special Defense Acquisition Fund.....................................................453
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368Arms Export Control Act (P.L. 90
629)
Section51
Special Defense Acquisition Fund.............................................453Section52
Use and Transfer of Items Procured by the Fund...................454Chapter6
Leases of Defense Articles and Loan Authority for CooperativeResearch and Development Purposes.................................................................455Section61
Leasing Authority.......................................................................455Section62
Reports to the Congress.............................................................457Section63
Legislative Review......................................................................458Section64
 Application of Other Provisions of Law....................................458Section65
Loan of Materials, Supplies, and Equipment for Researchand Development Purposes..........................................................................458Chapter7
Control of Missiles and Missile Equipment Technology.................459Section71
Licensing.....................................................................................459Section72
Denial of the Transfer of Missile Equipment or Technologyby United States Persons.............................................................................461Section73
Transfers of Missile Equipment or Technology by ForeignPersons...........................................................................................................462Section73A
Notification of Admittance of MTCR Adherents....................466Section73B
 Authority Relating to MTCR Adherents................................466Section74
Definitions...................................................................................466Chapter8
Chemical or Biological Weapons Proliferation.................................468Section81
Sanctions Against Certain Foreign Persons.............................468Chapter9
Transfer of Certain CFE Treaty-Limited Equipment to NATOMembers...............................................................................................................471Section91
Purpose........................................................................................471Section92
CFE Treaty Obligations.............................................................471Section93
 Authorities...................................................................................472Section94
Notifications and Reports to Congress......................................473Section95
Definitions...................................................................................473Chapter10
Nuclear Nonproliferation Controls..................................................474Section101
Nuclear Enrichment Transfers................................................474Section102
Nuclear Reprocessing Transfers, Illegal Exports for NuclearExplosive Devices, Transfers of Nuclear Explosive Devices, and NuclearDetonations....................................................................................................475Section103
Definition of Nuclear Explosive Device...................................481
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b. The Arms Export Control Act
Public Law 90
629 [H.R. 15681], 82 Stat. 1320, approved October 22, 1968,as amended by Public Law 91
672 [H.R. 15628], 84 Stat. 2053, approvedJanuary 12, 1971; Public Law 92
226 [Foreign Assistance Act of 1971, S.2819], 86 Stat. 20, 32, approved February 7, 1972; Public Law 93
189 [For-eign Assistance Act of 1973, S. 1443], 87 Stat. 714, approved December 17,1973; Public Law 93
559 [Foreign Assistance Act of 1974, S. 3394], 88 Stat.1795, 1813, approved December 31, 1974; Public Law 94
329 [InternationalSecurity Assistance and Arms Export Control Act of 1976, H.R. 13680], 90Stat. 729, approved June 30, 1976; Public Law 95
92 [International Secu-rity Assistance Act of 1977, H.R. 6884], 91 Stat. 614, approved August 4,1977; Public Law 95
105 [Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1978; H.R. 6689], 91 Stat. 844 at 846, approved August 17, 1977; Pub-lic Law 95
384 [International Security Assistance Act of 1978, S. 3075], 92Stat. 730, approved September 26, 1978; Public Law 96
70 [Panama Canal Act of 1979; H.R. 111], 93 Stat. 452 at 499, approved September 27, 1979;Public Law 96
72 [Export Administration Act of 1979, S. 737], 93 Stat. 503at 535, approved September 29, 1979; Public Law 96
92 [International Se-curity Assistance Act of 1979; H.R. 3173], 93 Stat. 701, approved October29, 1979; Public Law 96
533 [International Security and Development Co-operation Act of 1980; H.R. 6942], 94 Stat. 3131, approved December 16,1980; Public Law 97
113 [International Security and Development Co-operation Act of 1981; S. 1196], 95 Stat. 1519, approved December 29, 1981;Public Law 97
392 [H.R. 6758], 96 Stat. 1962, approved December 29, 1982;Public Law 98
151 [Further Continuing Appropriations, 1984; H.J. Res.413], 97 Stat. 964, approved November 14, 1983; Public Law 98
473 [Con-tinuing Appropriations Act, 1985; H.J. Res. 648], 98 Stat. 1837, approvedOctober 12, 1984; Public Law 99
64 [Export Administration Amendments Act of 1985, S. 883], 99 Stat. 156, approved July 12, 1985; Public Law 99
83 [International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985, S.960], 99 Stat. 190, approved August 8, 1985; Public Law 99
139 [Act toamend Sec. 51(b) of the Arms Export Control Act, S. 1726], 99 Stat. 562,approved October 30, 1985; Public Law 99
247 [Act to amend the ArmsExport Control Act to require that congressional vetoes of certain armsexport proposals be enacted into law, S. 1831], 100 Stat. 9, approved Feb-ruary 12, 1986; Public Law 99
399 [Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1986; H.R. 4151], 100 Stat. 853, approved August 27,1986; Public Law 99
433 [Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986, H.R. 3622], 100 Stat. 992, approved October 1, 1986; Public Law 99
591 [Continuing Appropriations Act, 1987; H.J. Res. 738], 100 Stat. 3341,approved October 30, 1986; Public Law 99
661 [National Defense Author-ization Act for Fiscal Year 1987, S. 2638], 100 Stat. 3816, approved Novem-ber 14, 1986; Public Law 100
71 [Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1987;H.R. 1827], 101 Stat. 391, approved July 11, 1987; PublicLaw100
202[ContinuingAppropriationsAct,1988;H.J.Res.395],101 Stat. 1329, ap-proved December 22, 1987; Public Law 100
204 [Foreign Relations Au-thorization Act, 1988 and 1989; H.R. 1777], 101 Stat. 1331, approved De-cember 22, 1987; Public Law 100
456 [National Defense Authorization Act,1989; H.R. 4481], 102 Stat. 1918, approved September 29, 1988; Public Law100
461 [Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1989; H.R. 4637], 102 Stat. 2268, approved October 1,1988; Public Law 101
165 [Department of Defense Appropriations Act,1990; H.R. 3072], 103 Stat. 1112, approved November 21, 1989; Public Law101
167 [Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1990; H.R. 3743], 103 Stat. 1195, approved November21, 1989; Public Law 101
222 [Anti-Terrorism and Arms Export Amend-ments Act of 1989, H.R. 91], 103 Stat. 1892, approved December 12, 1989;Public Law 101
231 [International Narcotics Control Act of 1989, H.R.
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