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H.Con.Res. 391 (ih) Recognizing the contributions of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton to the women's suffrage movement. [Introduced in House] ...
H. CON. RES. 390
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
October 4 (legislative day, September 22), 2000
Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding Taiwan's participation
in the United Nations and other international organizations.
Whereas Taiwan has dramatically improved its record on human rights and
routinely holds free and fair elections in a multiparty system, as
evidenced most recently by Taiwan's second democratic presidential
election of March 18, 2000, in which Mr. Chen Shui-bian was elected as
Whereas the 23,000,000 people on Taiwan are not represented in the United
Nations and many other international organizations, and their human
rights as citizens of the world are therefore severely abridged;
Whereas Taiwan has in recent years repeatedly expressed its strong desire to
participate in the United Nations and other international organizations;
Whereas Taiwan has much to contribute to the work and funding of the United
Nations and other international organizations;
Whereas the world community has reacted positively to Taiwan's desire for
international participation, as shown by Taiwan's membership in the
Asian Development Bank and Taiwan's admission to the Asia-Pacific
Economic Cooperation group as a full member and to the World Trade
Organization as an observer;
Whereas the United States has supported Taiwan's participation in these bodies
and, in the Taiwan Policy Review of September 1994, declared an
intention of a stronger and more active policy of support for Taiwan's
participation in appropriate international organizations;
Whereas Public Law 106-137 required the Secretary of State to submit a report to
the Congress on administration efforts to support Taiwan's participation
in international organizations, in particular the World Health
Whereas in such report the Secretary of State failed to endorse Taiwan's
participation in international organizations and thereby did not follow
the spirit of the 1994 Taiwan Policy Review: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring),
That it is the sense of the Congress that--
(1) Taiwan and its 23,000,000 people deserve appropriate
meaningful participation in the United Nations and other
international organizations such as the World Health
(2) the United States should fulfill the commitment it made
in the 1994 Taiwan Policy Review to more actively support
Taiwan's participation in appropriate international
Passed the House of Representatives October 3, 2000.
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