Har­vard Law Stu­dents Resign From Stu­dent Govt Over Secret Bal­lot Anti-Israel Vote

Harvard Law Students Resign From Student Govt Over Secret Ballot Anti-Israel Vote

Two Har­vard Law stu­dents resigned from their stu­dent gov­ern­ment posi­tions after a res­o­lu­tion to divest from Israel was approved through an uncon­ven­tion­al secret bal­lot vote, hid­ing the record of who sup­port­ed the extreme mea­sure.
The res­o­lu­tion, which calls on the Har­vard Man­age­ment Com­pa­ny to divest from Israel over the “geno­cide of Pales­tini­ans” and the “ongo­ing ille­gal occu­pa­tion of Pales­tine,” vio­lat­ed the stu­dent government’s con­sti­tu­tion, accord­ing to the two stu­dents, Cameron Adkins and Regi­na De Nigris, who resigned from the gov­ern­ment short­ly after it passed.
“We voiced our dis­agree­ment to the Stu­dent Gov­ern­ment at every oppor­tu …