Description: H.Amdt. 120 — 101st Congress (1989-1990)All Information (Except Text)

Amendment, as originally offered, expressed as the sense of Congress that, prior to providing financial assistance to any foreign country, the President should consider whether or not that country formally rejected the U.N. resolution declaring Zionism a form of racism, and called upon the United States to continue to reject that resolution. \ As amended by the Berman substitute amendment (A042), language was deleted linking foreign assistance with rejection of the U.N. resolution and language was added urging the U.S. to continue to reject the U.N. resolution and urge other countries to do the same.

Purpose:

An amendment expressing the sense of Congress that, prior to providing financial assistance to any foreign country, the President should consider whether or not that country has formally rejected the U.N. resolution declaring Zionism a form of racism, and calls upon the United States to continue to reject that resolution.

House Amendment Code:

(A041)

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