The U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CEDAR) passed a resolution on Wednesday calling on the U.K. government to stop “the systematic, systematic, and systematic denial of citizenship” of people of color.
The resolution also calls for the U,S.
to end the practice of “white genocide,” or the systematic persecution of people based on their race.
It also called for the United States to “refrain from using the threat of sanctions and asset freezes as a coercive mechanism to coerce a sovereign nation into accepting the transfer of its sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
The resolution was drafted by the African Union and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, as well as the National Coalition for African Unity, the coalition that advocates on behalf of the African diaspora.
The group has previously called for countries to stop the practice, saying that it was an “extraordinary abuse of the power of international law.”
“The resolution also commits the African countries to implement the United Kingdom’s commitments under the CEDAR convention and commit the governments of the U and U.Y. to ensure the effective implementation of CEDar commitments and obligations,” the coalition said in a statement.
“CEDar will continue to encourage the governments to respect and implement the convention.”CEDARA, which is part of the UN Economic and Security Commission, is a non-binding international agreement that has been adopted in several countries, including the U; the U., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, and South Africa.
The CEDARS Convention requires all states to uphold human rights and fundamental freedoms, including a right to vote, work, and have full access to justice, and a right not to be arbitrarily deprived of the benefits of public goods and services.
It does not include any national sovereignty or territorial integrity issues, but the United Arab Emirates, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE have signed on to the agreement, as has Canada.