The United Nations General Assembly Third Committee Tuesday adopted a resolution condemning Syria for cheap moncler jackets as human rights violations, drawing sharp criticism from Damascus, which called it a U.S.-inspired political move.
The non-binding resolution, sponsored by Britain, France and Germany, was approved by a vote of 122-13 with 41 abstentions. It calls on Syrian authorities to implement an Arab League peace plan calling for the withdrawal of government tanks from the streets.
It also calls for the release of political prisoners, an end to attacks on civilians, and allowing observers into the country.
Syria's UN envoy Bashar Ja'afari said the resolution wouldn't benefit Syria and claimed it was a U.S.-inspired political move.
"Although the draft resolution is submitted primarily from three European countries, it is not a secret that the United States of America is the mastermind and main instigator of the political campaign against my country," Ja'afari said.
China abstained from the vote. The country's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Wang Min has called on the international community to help ease tensions in Syria, saying that exerting pressure through country-specific resolutions won't resolve differences.
"The international community should play a constructive role in order to create conditions for the easing of tension in Syria," Wang said, adding that China welcomes the mediation plan of the Arab League.
Triggered by anti-government protests in March, the crisis in Syria has lasted for months. The uprising has mainly been peaceful, but is growing more violent with some protesters taking up arms with moncler outlet.
Confrontations between security forces and pro- and anti-government protesters have left more than 3,500 people dead, according to UN estimates.
As the crisis unfolded, a Syrian committee charged with drafting a new constitution said it had already laid out the basic principles for the suggested constitution and had established a mini-committee for its final formulation, the independent al-Watan newspaper reported Tuesday.
Quoting a source in the committee, the paper reported that the mini-committee would complete its mission next week and a press conference would be held to clarify the new basic principles for the constitution.
According to the source, the new constitution would be devised on the basis of a democratic and civil state. It said the committee had reviewed a number of constitutions, including the French and Moroccan ones, and was working on a daily basis to complete its mission.Moncler jackets for kids, buy cheap moncler 2011 kids down jackets.