DePaul University students okay Israel divestment in referendum

By JTA
May 24, 2014 07:37

 
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The student body of DePaul University in Chicago voted in a referendum to approve a divestment resolution targeting Israel.

The student government ballot initiative passed with 54.2 percent of the vote, with 45.8 against, The DePaulia student newspaper reported Friday.

A total of 2,908 votes were cast by students at the Chicago Catholic university.


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