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106 STAT. 5194 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—JULY 2, 1992 (2) notes that the Government of Iran summarily executed a prominent Iranian Baha'i in March 1992, the first such execution in more than 3 years, and further notes that recent reports indicate that severed Baha'is have been arrested during 1992; (3) expresses concern that, despite some recent improvements in the treatment of individual Baha'is, the Baha'i community continues to be denied legal recognition, and the basic rights to organize, elect its leaders, educate its youth, and carry on the normal activities of a law-abiding religious community; (4) urges the Government of Iran to extend to the Betha'i community the rights guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the international covenants on human rights, including freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, and equal protection of the law; and (5) calls upon the President to continue— (A) to urge the Government of Iran to emancipate the Baha'i community by granting those rights guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the international covenants on human rights; (B) to emphasize that the United States regards the human rights practices of the Government of Iran, particularly its treatment of the Baha'i community and other religious minorities, as a significant element in the development of its relations with the Government of Iran; and (C) to cooperate with other governments and international organizations, including the United Nations and its agencies, in efforts to protect the religious rights of the Baha'is and other minorities through joint appeals to the Government of Iran and through other appropriate actions. Agreed to July 2, 1992. "YEAR OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, 1992: rnrl^LL CONGRESSIONAL RECOGNITION AND iH Con Res 328] APPRECIATION" BOOK—HOUSE PRINT Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the book entitled Tear of the American Indian, 1992: Congressional Recog|ution and Appreciation", prepared under the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing, shall be printed as a House document, with illustrations and suitable binding. In addition to the usual number there shall be printed the lesser of— (1) 123,000 copies of the document, of which 88,000 copies shall be for the use of the House of Representatives, 20,000 copies shall be for the use of the Senate, and 15,000 copies shall be for the use of the Joint Committee on Printing; or (2) such number of copies as does not exceed a cost of $200,000, with distribution to be allocated in the same proportion as described in paragraph (1). Agreed to July 2, 1992.