The UN General Assembly voted on Thursday to suspend Russia from the UN Human Rights Council as punishment for gross human rights violations in the Ukrainian city of Bucha. The resolution passed without the help of Mexico, choosing to abstain, following Mexico's policy not to condemn Russia or enforce any sanctions.
Of the 193 members of the assembly, 93 voted in favor of the suspension while 24 voted against it and 58 abstained.
In addition to the United States and Ukraine itself, the countries of the European Union, Latin American nations such as Argentina . . .