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The U.N. Human Rights Council on Monday passed a resolution condemning the use of force by the Philippines in its campaign to oust former President Rodrigo Duterte from power.
The U.K. voted against the resolution, and Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States abstained.
It’s unclear if the U:s backing of the Philippines will affect the outcome of the vote, which is expected to take place Wednesday.
Duterte, who has been in power since taking office in June, has been accused of ordering extrajudicial killings and human rights abuses.
He denies any of the allegations and has accused the U.-based human rights group Human Rights Watch of trying to frame him.
The council’s resolution also called on the Philippine government to end its «continued indiscriminate» use of lethal force against suspected drug dealers, suspected criminals and the general public.
Dong is also facing impeachment proceedings.