The House without dissent has voiced opposition to an administration policy of not seeking a U.N. resolution censuring China for human rights abuses.

By a 397-0 vote Tuesday, the House urged the administration to reverse its decision and press for a resolution condemning China at this week's meeting of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights in Geneva.The White House on Friday, citing some progress in China's human rights situation, decided that it would neither propose nor support a China human rights measure at this year's session.

The United States has sought such a resolution every year since China's 1989 crackdown on the Tiananmen pro-democracy movement but has never come up with the support needed for passage.