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Webb, Corker Bill Requiring Reports on Syrian Opposition, Weapons Stockpiles

Webb, Corker Bill Requiring Reports on Syrian Opposition, Weapons Stockpiles

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Webb, Corker Bill Requiring Reports on Syrian Opposition, Weapons Stockpiles
Webb, Corker Bill Requiring Reports on Syrian Opposition, Weapons Stockpiles

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DAV12190 S.L.C.
112
TH
CONGRESS2
D
S
ESSION
 
S.
 ll 
To require the President to report to Congress on issues related to Syria.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
 llllllllll 
Mr. C
ORKER
(for himself and Mr. W
EBB
) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on
 llllllllll 
A BILL
To require the President to report to Congress on issuesrelated to Syria.
 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
1
tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
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SECTION 1. REPORTS TO CONGRESS.
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(a) R
EPORT ON
O
PPOSITION
G
ROUPS
.—
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(1) I
N GENERAL
.—Not later than 15 days after
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the date of the enactment of this Act, the President
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shall submit to Congress a report describing in de-
7
tail all the known opposition groups, both inde-
8
pendent and state-sponsored, inside and outside of 
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Syria, operating directly or indirectly to oppose the
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Government of Syria.
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2
DAV12190 S.L.C.
(2) C
ONTENT
.—The report required under
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paragraph (1) shall include the following elements:
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(A) An assessment of the current military 
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capacity of opposition forces.
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(B) An assessment of the ability of opposi-
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tion forces inside and outside of Syria to estab-
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lish military and political activities impacting
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Syria, together with a practicable timetable for
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accomplishing these objectives.
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(C) An assessment of the ability of any of 
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the opposition groups to establish effective mili-
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tary and political control in Syria.
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(D) A description of the composition and
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political agenda of each of the known opposition
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groups inside and outside of Syria, and an as-
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sessment of the degree to which such groups
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represent the views of the people of Syria as a
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 whole.
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(E) A description of the financial resources
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currently available to opposition groups and
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known potential sources of continued financing.
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(F) An assessment of the relationship be-
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tween each of the Syrian opposition groups and
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the Muslim Brotherhood, al Qaeda, Hezbollah,
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Hamas, and any other groups that have pro-
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