彩神8官网合法吗UNGA fails to adopt U.S. drafted resolution condemning Hamas
UNITED NATIONS, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- The UN General Assembly on Thursday failed to adopt a U.S. drafted resolution condemning Hamas.
Backed by U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, the draft was going to condemn Hamas' rocket attacks against Israel, and it was the first drafted UNGA resolution to condemn the Palestinian resistance.
The draft received 87 votes in favor, 57 against, and 33 abstentions, which failed to win the required two-thirds majority in the UN General Assembly. All the Arab countries voted against the resolution.
The UN General Assembly also voted on a resolution pushed by the Palestinian Authority. It includes condemnation of Israeli settlements and a reference to the parameters of a future peace agreement. The resolution is adopted with only 6 votes against.