MEXICO CITY (Jul. 2)
The United Nations-sponsored International Women’s Year Conference which ends here today is expected to adopt by an overwhelming majority a wide-ranging resolution urging global economic reform which also includes a clause calling on women to help eliminate Zionism, colonialism, foreign occupation, racism and apartheid. The draft resolution was pushed through committee last night by the Third World countries and China, with the strong backing of the Soviet-led Communist bloc, Protests by the Western powers that they were not given a chance to negotiate modifications in private sessions were rejected. The resolution calls for a fundamental revision of the world economic system in favor of the poorer nations.