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No; in this (and all other!) cases, "only those" means the same as "only if" or "only when."
Here's more on the difference between "only those" and "the only".
I don't understand this question..
If the passage states that "Only those that the director supports will be approved, and the director will support both proposals" how can we assume that it will be rejected when the passage tells us what is required to be approved?
I'm sorry. I don't understand this part of your question: "how can we assume that it will be rejected"
We cannot assume anything (ever!). The problem with this argument is that it has assumed (and making assumptions is flawed logic) that meeting a necessary condition is the same as meeting a sufficient condition (it has committed Conditional Conflation, in other words).