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Guatemala was one of nine nations that voted with the United States and Israel on Thursday when the U.N. General Assembly adopted a nonbinding resolution denouncing Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Guatemala was one of nine nations that voted with the United States and Israel on Thursday when the U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a nonbinding resolution denouncing Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Several nonbinding referenda over the last few years have shown again and again that Chicagoans want to elect their boards.
Despite blunt warnings of U.S. funding cuts, 128 countries voted in favor of the nonbinding resolution and only nine voted against it.
The nonbinding resolution demands that Washington rescind its declaration, which included a plan to transfer the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in coming years.
Palestinian officials said the move disqualified the U.S. from being a mediator in any Israel-Palestinian negotiations and moved after the veto to have the General Assembly take up the nonbinding resolution in an emergency session on Thursday.
Since a nonbinding Kurdish vote for independence, Iraq’s central government and the region’s neighbors in Iran and Turkey have moved aggressively, shutting down borders and flights.
When reconciled with the House budget plan, the nonbinding measure would set up special procedures to pass follow-up tax legislation without the threat of a filibuster by Senate Democrats.
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