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Washington (JTA) — The Se-
nate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee was urged last week by the
Reagan Administration as well as
its own chairman, Sen. Richard
Lugar (R-Ind.), to work toward
Senate ratification of an interna-
tional convention against
genocide concluded 36 years ago.
But separate recommendations
proposed at hearings by Lugar
and Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.) for
the adoption of reservations
suggested approval of the conven-
tion is even further from sight
than it was last autumn when a
filibuster led by Helms forced the
measure to be temporarily
Helms and other conservatives
have long opposed ratification of
the Genocide Convention as com-
promising U.S. sovereignty.
Among his objections is an article
stipulating that disputes involv-
ing charges of genocide by one
party to the convention against
another "shall be submitted to the
International Court of Justice at
the request of any of the parties to
Lugar said he would support
ratification of the treaty, as he did
when the committee approved it
last September, but on the condi-
tion that a reservation be in-
cluded in any final ratification
resolution making submission of
disputes to the World Court con-
tingent on acceptance of the
court's jurisdiction by all parties
involved. A similar reservation
was included in a suggested sub-
stitute for ratification of the reso-
lution proposed by Helms.
Elliott Abrams, deputy Secre-
tary of State for Human Rights
and Humanitarian Affairs, said
in his testimony to the committee
today that the Reagan Adminis-
tration would support Lugar's
recommendation. In his prepared
statement, Abrams called for
prompt ratification of the treaty
saying, "The best time for Senate
approval is right now."
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Madrid (JTA) — A delegation of
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B'nai B'rith Canada officials par-
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ticipating in its leadership mis-
sion has expressed the hope that
Spain will open diplomatic ties
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Jewry," the delegation said in a 1
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