Groups Call On U.S. Senate To Oppose Nomination Of Andrew Bremberg For U.S. Representative To U.N. In Geneva Over Views On Women’s Rights

The Independent: Trump’s pick for U.N. representative condemned for ‘extreme views’ on women’s rights
“…Human Rights Watch has called for the U.S. Senate to reject [Andrew] Bremberg’s nomination to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva — saying his views on women’s [sexual and reproductive] rights are at loggerheads with international human rights law. The organization joined 38 other groups in a letter urging members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee to reject his nomination. His nomination was scheduled for a vote last week but has now been rearranged for this coming Wednesday…” (Oppenheim, 7/30).

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