U.S. lawmakers urge DOJ to block federal sales of capitol security cameras

The U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution Tuesday calling on the U.K. and the U-S.

to block U.s. sales of new government-issued capitol-issued surveillance cameras that could be used for surveillance purposes.

The U-K.

is the only country that has a capitol camera system.

The resolution, introduced by a U.R.E. member, states:The resolution also calls on the European Union and Japan to block the sales of the cameras, citing security concerns.

The resolution urges the governments of both countries to immediately block U-k sales to the United States.

The U.KS. has already announced it is phasing out the cameras that it uses to film demonstrations and demonstrations of the monarchy.