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H.CON.RES.320 Calling on the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to immediately and unconditionally release Dr. Pham Hong Son and other political prisoners and prisoners of conscience, and other purposes.
S.RES.436 A resolution urging the Federation Internationale de Football Association to prevent persons or groups representing the Islamic Republic of Iran from participating in sanctioned soccer matches.
S.J.RES.33 A joint resolution to provide for a strategy for successfully empowering a new unity government in Iraq.
S.RES.419 A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that the new United Nations Human Rights Council fails to adequately reform the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, thus preventing that body from becoming an effective monitor of human rights throughout the world.
H.CON.RES.353 Commending the people of the Republic of Haiti for holding democratic elections on February 7, 2006, and congratulating President-elect Rene Garcia Preval on his victory in these elections.
S.2461 South Caucasus Integration and Open Railroads Act of 2006
S.RES.409 A resolution supporting democracy, development, and stabilization in Haiti.
H.CON.RES.190 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Russian Federation should fully protect the freedoms of all religious communities without distinction, whether registered and unregistered, as stipulated by the Russian Constitution and international standards.
S.2370 Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006
S.RES.387 A resolution recognizing the need to replace the United Nations Human Rights Commission with a new Human Rights Council.
S.RES.383 A resolution calling on the President to take immediate steps to help improve the security situation in Darfur, Sudan, with an emphasis on civilian protection.
H.CON.RES.341 Condemning the Government of Iran for violating its international nuclear nonproliferation obligations and expressing support for efforts to report Iran to the United Nations Security Council.
S.2279 Iran and Syria Nonproliferation Enforcement Act of 2006
S.1949 Cooperative Proliferation Detection, Interdiction Assistance, and Conventional Threat Reduction Act of 2005
S.2242 Defense Against Regional Threats Act of 2005
S.2237 Palestinian Compliance Act of 2006
H.CON.RES.275 Expressing the sense of Congress regarding the education curriculum in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
H.R.2329 Terrorist Rewards Enhancement Act
H.CON.RES.238 Honoring the victims of the Cambodian genocide that took place from April 1975 to January 1979.
H.CON.RES.312 Urging the Government of the Russian Federation to withdraw the first draft of the proposed legislation as passed in its first reading in the State Duma that would have the effect of severely restricting the establishment, operations, and activities of domestic, international, and foreign nongovernmental organizations in the Russian Federation, or to modify the proposed legislation to entirely remove these restrictions.
H.CON.RES.294 Calling on the international community to condemn the Laogai, the system of forced labor prison camps in the People's Republic of China, as a tool for suppression maintained by the Chinese Government.
H.CON.RES.252 Expressing the sense of Congress that the Government of the United States should support democracy, the rule of law, and human rights in the Republic of Nicaragua and work cooperatively with regional and international organizations to bolster Nicaraguan efforts to establish the requisite conditions for free, fair, transparent, and inclusive presidential and legislative elections in 2006.
H.CON.RES.284 Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to the 2005 presidential and parliamentary elections in Egypt.
S.RES.349 A resolution condemning the Government of Iran for violating the terms of the 2004 Paris Agreement, and expressing support for efforts to refer Iran to the United Nations Security Council for its noncompliance with International Atomic Energy Agency obligations.
S.CON.RES.76 A concurrent resolution condemning the Government of Iran for its flagrant violations of its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and calling for certain actions in response to such violations.
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