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Monday, September 10, 2001
 
Volume 37--Number 36
Pages 1253-1289
 
Contents

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Weekly Compilation of

Presidential

Documents



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Addresses and Remarks

    Congressional leaders, meetings--1264, 1278
    Labor Day greeting to the Nation--1255
    Legislative agenda--1264
    Mexico, state visit of President Fox
        Joint Cabinet meeting--1268
        Ohio, visit--1271, 1274
        State dinner--1268
        Welcoming ceremony--1267
    Michigan, Teamsters barbecue in Detroit--1261
    Minority Leader Trent Lott, meeting--1264
    Ohio
        Departure with President Fox for Toledo--1270
        University of Toledo in Toledo--1274
    Radio address--1254
    Unemployment rates--1278
    Wisconsin
        Departure from Green Bay--1258
        Northern Wisconsin Regional Council of Carpenters in Kaukauna--
            1255

Appointments and Nominations

    State Department, Special Envoy for Peace to The Sudan--1269

Communications to Congress

    East Timor, letter transmitting report on continued deployment of 
        U.S. forces--1253

Communications to Federal Agencies

    Presidential Determination on the Proposed Protocol Amending the 
        Agreement for Cooperation Between the Government of the United 
        States of America and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco 
        Concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy, memorandum--1253

Interviews With the News Media

    Exchanges with reporters
        Oval Office--1264
        South Lawn--1270

Joint Statements

    United States of America and the United Mexican States--1276

Meetings With Foreign Leaders

    Mexico, President Fox--1267, 1268, 1271, 1274

Statements by the President

    Senator Phil Gramm's decision not to seek reelection--1266

Supplementary Materials

    Acts approved by the President--1289
    Checklist of White House press releases--1288
    Digest of other White House announcements--1278
    Nominations submitted to the Senate--1279

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Monday, September 10, 2001
 
Volume 37--Number 36
Pages 1253-1289
 
Week Ending Friday, September 7, 2001
 
Memorandum on Presidential Determination on the Proposed Protocol 
Amending the Agreement for Cooperation Between the Government of the 
United States of America and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco 
Concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy


August 31, 2001

Presidential Determination No. 2001-25

Memorandum for the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Energy

Subject: Presidential Determination on the Proposed Protocol Amending 
the Agreement for Cooperation Between the Government of the United 
States of America and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco 
Concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy

    I have considered the proposed Protocol Amending the Agreement for 
Cooperation Between the Government of the United States of America and 
the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco Concerning Peaceful Uses of 
Nuclear Energy signed at Washington on May 30, 1980, along with the 
views, recommendations, and statements of the interested agencies.
    I have determined that the performance of the Protocol will promote, 
and will not constitute an unreasonable risk to, the common defense and 
security. Pursuant to section 123 b. of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, 
as amended (42 U.S.C. 2153(b)), I hereby approve the proposed Protocol 
and authorize you to arrange for its execution.
    The Secretary of State is authorized and directed to publish this 
determination in the Federal Register.
                                                George W. Bush

Note: This item was not received in time for publication in the 
appropriate issue.


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Monday, September 10, 2001
 
Volume 37--Number 36
Pages 1253-1289
 
Week Ending Friday, September 7, 2001
 
Letter to Congressional Leaders Transmitting a Report on Continued 
Deployment of United States Forces to East Timor

August 31, 2001

Dear Mr. Speaker:  (Dear Mr. President:)

    In my report to the Congress of March 2, 2001, I provided 
information regarding the continued deployment of U.S. Armed Forces in 
support of East Timor's transition to independence. I am providing this 
supplemental report, consistent with the War Powers Resolution, to help 
ensure that the Congress is kept fully informed regarding U.S. Armed 
Forces in East Timor.
    As you are aware, U.N. Security Council Resolution 1272 established 
the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) on 
October 25, 1999. The UNTAET's mandate includes providing security and 
maintaining law and order throughout East Timor, establishing an 
effective administration, ensuring the coordination and delivery of 
humanitarian assistance, and supporting capacity-building for self-
government. The United States currently contributes three military 
observers to UNTAET. These personnel are assigned to the United Nations 
pursuant to the United Nations Participation Act (Public Law 79-264) and 
operate under U.N. operational control.
    The United States also maintains a military presence in East Timor 
that is separate from UNTAET. This includes the U.S. Support Group East 
Timor (USGET), comprised of approximately 20 U.S. personnel, including a 
security detachment, which facilitates and coordinates U.S. military 
activities in East Timor, and a rotational presence of U.S. forces 
through temporary deployments to East Timor. These rotational presence 
operations include monthly U.S. Navy ship visits, and deployments of 
military medical and engineering teams that conduct humanitarian

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and civic assistance activities in areas critical to East Timor's 
citizens. United States forces assigned to USGET and those conducting 
rotational presence operations operate under U.S. command and control 
and U.S. rules of engagement. The United Nations, and Australia as a 
leading contributor to UNTAET, have indicated that East Timor has 
benefited greatly from U.S. military deployments to and engagement 
activities in East Timor. Both the United Nations and Australia strongly 
support continued U.S. presence in East Timor.
    At this point, U.S. rotational presence operations are envisioned to 
continue through December 2001. We are reviewing options for our 
military presence in 2002. My objective is to reduce the rotational 
presence operations, as well as to redeploy USGET, as circumstances 
permit, giving due regard to the situation on the ground and the views 
of our friends and allies in the region, including Australia.
    I have authorized the continuation of this action pursuant to my 
constitutional authority to conduct U.S. foreign relations and as 
Commander in Chief and Chief Executive. I am providing this report as 
part of my efforts to keep the Congress fully informed, consistent with 
the War Powers Resolution. I appreciate the support of the Congress in 
this action.
    Sincerely,
                                                George W. Bush

Note: Identical letters were sent to J. Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the 
House of Representatives, and Robert C. Byrd, President pro tempore of 
the Senate. This item was not received in time for publication in the 
appropriate issue.


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Monday, September 10, 2001
 
Volume 37--Number 36
Pages 1253-1289
 
Week Ending Friday, September 7, 2001
 
The President's Radio Address

September 1, 2001

    Good morning. On Monday, Americans will celebrate Labor Day. It's a 
day to salute the most productive person on Earth, the American worker.
    Whether you work on a farm, in an office, or on a factory floor, 
whether you design computer chips, build houses, or teach school, 
whether you're just starting out or whether you built your own company 
from nothing, your Nation thanks you for your labor.
    American productivity has risen so high because Americans work hard 
and because they work smart. When Congress recognized the Labor Day 
holiday in 1894, most of this country's jobs demanded only a strong back 
and willing hands. Today, good jobs demand math skills, technical 
knowledge, and fluent reading.
    The progress of our economy and the future of our children starts in 
the classroom. And that's why education must be our Nation's highest 
priority.
    At this time of year, many of our children have already returned to 
school, and others are about to return. Congress, too, is returning from 
its summer recess, and it left behind some unfinished business: my 
education reform plan. Different versions of this plan have passed the 
House and the Senate. Congress should now produce a single bill that 
incorporates the strong reforms I have proposed.
    It is vital that this bill uphold clear standards, require regular 
testing, and provide real accountability. Our children need the help my 
education plan will provide, a new commitment to reading and early 
intervention to catch those who fall behind.

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