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Approved For ReI a 2000/0n-Lno A-RDP78-Oa 1A OA000100020062-5 FDD PROGRAM FOR LATIN A14ERICA 25X1A The following report will be issued in the FDD = series consisting in general of summaries of articles in newspapers, periodicals, and monographs, This program is outlined, in broad terms and subject to specific refinement through operational liaison, Z--Information for Latin Amrica This report will contain information in the following categories on Argentina, Bolivia,, Brazils Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican 25X6A Republic, Ecuador, .. Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, - Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Veneauela, by countries, le External Affair.o ao Comments on major issues in the UN (e.g., control of atomic energy admission of Communist China) be Comments on major issues in the OAS or inter-American meetings (especially economic problems, Communism, colonial issues, meetings of ministers of finance or economy in Rio de Janeiro, November 2954) c. Articles on controversial US policies. do Anti-US articles and propaganda Internal Political Affairs ao Evidence of strong nationalist tendencies inimical to US interests 25X1A be Anti-government activities: (1) articles on political revolutionary and other movements from only; (2) report on former guerilla leaders, disturbances, seizure of clandestine propaganda, radio transmitters, etc. in Colombia; (3) activities ofArfentina exiles and evidence of Peronist penetrations in Uruguay; (4) personal attacks on higher government officials of Dominican Republic; (5) editorial accounts on activities of opponents of Castillo regime in Guatemala, 25X1A c. Significant litical trends; (1) political development in Colombia; (2 political development in Cuba from only; (3) relations of Partido Popular and Communist arty in Mexico; (4) any new party coalition information and/or operation and their attitude toward the administration in Chile; (5) political develop- ment in the Brazilian states with reference to the 1955 presidential elections; (6) government decrees of anti-Counmist measures and electoral rules in Cuba from GACETA OFICIAL only; (7) Church-State relations, in Argentina. Approved For Release 2000/0%( N $-g313y0A000100020062-5 Approved For Relee 2000/08/28 : CIA-RDP78-0313.04000100020062-5 G O N F I D E 11 T I AY do Organized labor development (legislation, organisations policies, 25X6A leaders, and affiliations in Guatemala Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Bolivia,, Costa Rica, Cuba} Colombi as Ecuador' Uruguay, and Venezuela) 3. Faonom ce nationai . el information only concerning foreign trade, ort trans ti p a on and telecom numeations, electric power in Chile. Information concerning military and quasi- iilitary forces of Bolivia,. Paraguay, and Dominican Republic (order of battle trainin e ui . g' q p ment, irs tallatioas, organization of top command and units, civil defense) Item on Communist and Communist-front organizations, East-?West travel and contacts, East.-West trade, and international arms traffic will be reported in the weekly Selected Briefs from the International Press. CONFIDENTIAL Approved For Release 2000/08/28 : CIA-RDP78-0313OA000100020062-5