UN Third Committee Votes For Palestinian Right To Self Determination
The General Assembly of the United Nations, Social, Humanitarian, & Cultural – Third Committee, unanimously voted Wednesday for a resolution acknowledging the Palestinian Right to Self Determination.
173 countries voted for the resolution while six countries (United States, Canada, Israel, Micronesia, The Marshall Islands and the Republic of Nauru) voted against, and three countries (Southern Sudan, Cameron and Honduras) abstained.
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