United Nations General Assembly Resolution 65/265

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UN General Assembly
Resolution 65/265
Date1 March 2011
Meeting no.76
CodeA/RES/65/265 ([ Document])
Subject2011 Libyan civil war
ResultApproved

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 65/265 is a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly which suspended the right of Libya to take part in the Human Rights Council.[1] Adopted on March 1, 2011 without vote, the resolution was passed in response to Muammar Gaddafi's treatment of protesters in the 2011 Libyan civil war.

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  1. ^ "General Assembly Suspends Libya from Human Rights Council". United Nations. March 1, 2011.