NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE DAILY MONDAY 25 JULY 1983

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05143938
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December 28, 2022
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F-2017-01734
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July 25, 1983
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Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Director of Central Intelligence OCPASiCic CY# 285 National Intelligence Daily Monday 25 July 1983 Top Sccrct CPAS NID 83-173JX 25 July 1983 Copy 285 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Warning Notice This Document Not To Be Reproduced Intelligence Sources or Methods Involved (WN) National Security Unauthorized Disclosure Information Subject to Criminal Sanctions Dissemination Control Abbreviations NOFORN (NF) Not releasable to foreign nationals NOCONTRACT (NC) Not releasable to contractors or contractor/consultants PROPIN (PR) Caution´┐Żproprietary information involved ORCON (OC) Dissemination and extraction of information controlled by originator REL... FGI This information has been authorized for release to... Foreign government information WN WNINTEL´┐ŻIntelligence sources or methods involved The National Intelligence Daily is prepared in the Central Intelligence Agency in cooperation with the other US foreign intelligence organizations. This pane Confidontial. Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Contents El Salvador: 3 Top Seuret 25 July 1983 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 U13 Secret EL SALVADOR: the Popular Liberation Forces. That group briefly seized two commercial radio stations in San Salvador last week to announce its support for negotiations but its rejection of any discussion of participation in elections. Comment: Despite the insurgents' efforts to portray publicly a united front on the negotiations issue, serious disagreements persist. The government's peace offers and Ambassador Stone's initiative appear to have put them on the political defensive. Leftist political leaders may view negotiations as an opportunity to increase their influence within the alliance, which has been dominated by their military counterparts. The major problem for the leadership is how to maintain the guerrillas' motivation in.combat and at the same time pursue a negotiated settlement. The prospect of talks may look good to some of the guerrilla rank and file in the aftermath of the government's recent military campaign and the extension of the amnesty period. Insurgent military leaders, however, probably believe that the government offensive has not caused much damage and that they can regain the initiative --Tep-Gecret- 3 25 July 1983 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 NR pproved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938 Approved for Release: 2017/11/17 C05143938