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Kissinger-panel suggestion may be rejected by Reagan

It is likely President Reagan would ignore any recommendation by the Kissinger Commission on Central America to make aid to El Salvador dependent on the US-backed government's efforts to improve human rights, White House spokesman Larry Speakes said Monday. But Mr. Speakes later said his statements on any link between human rights progress and aid to El Salvador ''reflect the President's viewpoint prior to receiving the report.''

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The commission report is due Wednesday.

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