HOUSE RESOLUTION 91 April 3, 2001
EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REGARDING THE HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN CUBA
Prime Sponsor: Mr. Christopher H. Smith (NJ)
H.Res. 91, Engrossed in the House on April 3, 2001
H. Res. 91
In the House of Representatives
April 3, 2001
- Condemns the repressive and totalitarian actions of the Cuban Government against the Cuban people.
- Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the President should: (1) have an action-oriented policy of directly assisting the Cuban people and independent organizations to strengthen the forces of change and to improve human rights within Cuba; and (2) make all efforts necessary at the meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva in 2001 to obtain passage of a resolution condemning the Government of Cuba for its human rights abuses and to secure the appointment of a Special Rapporteur for Cuba.
Text of H.Res. 91 [.pdf]