Presidential Votes At The Un Ga


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    I will keep record of all my votes at the United Nations General Assembly, beginning with my first vote in office:

    Fair Sentencing Act: FOR (?) (Oct 10, 2006)

    Repeal "Establish UNWCC": AGAINST (?) (Oct 15, 2006)

    Marriage Protection Act: FOR (35) (Oct 20, 2006)

    Chemical Transport Standards: FOR (36) (Oct 25, 2006)

    Sustainable Agriculture Center: FOR (37) (Oct 30, 2006)

    Repeal "Sexual Freedom": AGAINST (40) (Nov 4, 2006)

    Repeal "Hearing Impaired Aid Act": AGAINST (40) (Nov 9, 2006)

    Repeal "Public Domain": FOR (41) (Nov 14, 2006)

    Unconventional Arms Accord: AGAINST (40) (Nov 19, 2006)

    UN Fair Wage Convention: FOR (42) (Nov 24, 2006)

    Repeal "World Heritage List": FOR (41) (Dec 4, 2006)

    Repeal "Due Process": AGAINST (41) (Dec 9, 2006)

    Mutual Recognition of Borders: AGAINST (Dec 14, 2006)

    Environment Protection Act: FOR (Dec 19, 2006)

    UN Drug Act: FOR (Dec 24, 2006)

    Repeal "Fair Sentencing Act": AGAINST (Dec 29, 2006)

    Prohibition of UN Military: AGAINST (Jan 3, 2007)

    Sexual Privacy Act: FOR (Jan 9, 2007)

    Extraordinary Rendition: FOR (Jan 14, 2007)

    No Ex Post Facto Laws: FOR (Jan 19, 2007)

    Healthcare Certification: FOR (Jan 24, 2007)

    Repeal "UN Educational Committee": AGAINST (Jan 29, 2007)

    Nuclear Responsibility: FOR (Feb 3, 2007)

    Continuity of Government: AGAINST (Feb 8, 2007)

    Emigration Rights: FOR (Feb 13, 2007)

    Repeal "Free education": AGAINST (Feb 18, 2007)

    If anyone would like to question as to why I voted for these resolutions, please feel free to do so. If there is one thing I would like to establish during my term as President, it would be accountability in government.


 

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