HOUSE RESOLUTION 381 May 15, 1990
RELATING TO HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CUBA AND REPRISALS BY THE CUBAN GOVERNMENT AGAINST THOSE CUBAN CITIZENS WHO TESTIFIED BEFORE THE CUBA WORKING GROUP OF THE UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
Prime Sponsor: Mr. Christopher H. Smith (NJ)
H.Res. 381, Engrossed in the House on May 15, 1990
H. Res. 381
In the House of Representatives
May 15, 1990
Text of H.Res. 381 [.pdf]
- Commends the United Nations Human Rights Commission for extending the mandate of the Cuba Working Group with regard to the human rights situation in Cuba.
- Condemns the Government of Cuba for engaging in a consistent pattern of human rights violations and harassment of human rights activists.
- Calls upon the Cuban Government to: (1) honor its guarantees that individuals who testified before the Cuban Working Group would not be subject to reprisals; (2) release all human rights activists and other political prisoners; and (3) meet universally recognized standards of human rights.