A resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 28 November 2012 by a vote of 138 For, 9 Against (including Israel, United States and Canada), 41 Abstaining, 5 Absent. … The resolution was adopted on the 65th anniversary of UNGA Resolution 181.
A resolution adopted by the Chamber of Representatives, the lower house of the Belgian Parliament, by a vote of 75-52, on 5 February 2015. … The resolution followed several non-binding resolutions supporting recognition of Palestine adopted by parliaments of European states in late 2014, as well as a similar resolution adopted by the European Parliament and official Swedish recognition of Palestinian statehood.
A debate held at the House of Commons, the lower house of the British Parliament, on 13 October 2014, concluding with the following resolution being adopted by a vote of 274 to 12: "Resolved, [t]hat this House believes that the Government should recognise the state of Palestine alongside the state of Israel, as a contribution to securing a negotiated two state solution." The latter part was an amendment introduced by Jack Straw MP, the former British Foreign Secretary.
A motion adopted without debate by the Irish Seanad (Senate) on 22 October 2014, with the following text: "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Government to formally recognise the State of Palestine and do everything it can at an international level to help to secure a viable two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." The motion was one of five non-binding resolutions supporting recognition of Palestine adopted by parliaments of European states in late 2014, followed in December by a similar resolution adopted by the European Parliament, alongside official Swedish recognition of Palestinian statehood.