McMorris Rodgers named Republican representative to the U.N. General Assembly
WASHINGTON D.C. — Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers has been appointed as the republican representative to the United Nations General Assembly.
“I look forward to representing the House of Representatives to the United Nations and serving as a voice for the people’s representatives to world leaders,” said Rep. McMorris Rodgers in a release Monday. “I will proudly lead to support our friends and allies like Israel, and use this opportunity to fight socialism and advocate for the advancement of freedom, democracy, and individual rights around the globe.”
The General Assembly is the main policymaking and represetntative organ of the United Nations. The GA makes decisions on important questions like peace, security and admission of new members.
McMorris Rogers has served Washington’s fifth district for over a decade; she was first elected to the House in 2004.
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