Later this afternoon, the General Assembly will hold a vote on whether or not to boot Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. Doing so will require a two thirds majority vote of the entire membership of the UN--that's 127 countries. UPDATE: Resolution passes
I have just obtained the copy of a draft resolution from the Human Rights Council that strongly condemns the violence in Libya. What is more significant than the substance of the resolution is the broad degree of support it has received.
A couple of countries with more hostile relations with the USA took the opportunity to score some political points. But most of the conversation was not anything different from the kind of discussion you might find if Harold Koh were to discuss America's human rights record at a town hall meeting in, say, Denver.