Haley says UN’s ousting of Iran from women’s commission is ‘bare minimum’


FIRST ON FOX: Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Wednesday said that the removal of Iran from the U.N.’s Commission on the Status of Women was the “bare minimum” that the world body could do, calling it “embarrassing” that the regime was even on the panel.

“Kicking Iran off the U.N. women’s commission is the bare minimum the U.N. can do,” Haley told Fox News Digital. “Iran’s evil regime has murdered hundreds of protesters, including women and children.”

The U.N.’s Economic and Social Council voted on Wednesday to remove Tehran after the U.S. called on the body to remove the Islamic Republic for the rest of its term. Iran was elected via secret ballot last year, along with other countries, including Pakistan, Egypt and China.

The commission, part of the U.N.’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), describes itself as “the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively…

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