On Monday, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein announced that an update on that list would be published prior to September.
"Regrettably, it is now clear that our call for reform was not heeded", Haley said.
The U.S.is expected to announce its withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday and deliver on a long-running threat to leave the organization unless it adopted major reforms.
"The Human Rights Council enables abuses by absolving wrongdoers through silence and falsely condemning those that committed no offense", Pompeo said.
USA criticism of the council stems from the fact that Israel is the only country that has a dedicated agenda item, known as Item 7, at the rights council, meaning its treatment of the Palestinians comes under scrutiny at each of the body's three annual sessions.
"The Trump administration's withdrawal is a sad reflection of its one-dimensional human rights policy - defending Israeli abuses from criticism takes precedence above all else", Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth said in a statement. The U.S. has also criticized a lack of stringent membership criteria for some countries involved with the council, according to CNN. When the world's preeminent human rights body is turned into a haven for dictators, the idea of global cooperation in support of human dignity is discredited.
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U.N. officials said the United States would be the first member to withdraw from the council.
The Trump administration is set to announce on Tuesday (local time) its departure from the United Nations' main human rights body in its latest withdrawal from an worldwide institution.
Israel is the only country in the world whose rights record comes up for discussion at every council session, under "Item 7" on the agenda. The US and Australia cast the only "no" votes.
Among reforms the United States had pushed for was to make it easier to kick out member states with egregious rights records. The U.S., as at other United Nations organizations, is Israel's biggest defender.
Instead, the U.S. State Dept.is making the historic move to protest what it calls is the Council's anti-Israel bias. At the rights council, the United States has recently been the most unabashed critic of rights abuses in China - whose growing economic and diplomatic clout has chastened some other would-be critics, rights advocates say.
When the Council was created in 2006, U.S. President George W. Bush's administration shunned the body.
Then under President Barack Obama the United States was elected to the body for a maximum two consecutive terms on the council by the UN General Assembly. Now a two-thirds majority vote by the 193-member U.N. General Assembly is needed to suspend a member state. Members are elected by the U.N. General Assembly for three-year terms and can not serve more than two terms in a row.