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U.N. Elects Iran, China To Women’s Rights Commission

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Both countries received dozens of votes from member states.

By Mairead McArdle

The United Nations on Tuesday voted to elect notorious human rights abusers Iran and China to the international body’s commission on women’s rights.

The U.N.’s Economic and Social Council voted to elect Iran and China to the Commission on the Status of Women, which is “exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.” Iran received 43 votes and China 48 votes out of a total of 53 votes. The countries’ four-year terms on the commission will begin next year.

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