See also our list of irregularities.
(the countries in bold are JTC1 P-members; this is an unofficial list, ISO will publish one official pretty soon)
Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, Denmark, Czech Republic, Ecuador, France, India, Iran, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Libya, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, United Kingdom
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Congo, Costa Rica, Côte-d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, Fiji, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Morocco, Kuwait, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tanzania, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan
YES with comments
Austria, Bulgaria, Colombia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Kenya, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela
Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Chile, Finland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Slovenia, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Viet Nam, Zimbabwe
Sweden was unable to vote because of irregularities which gives SIS no means to further participate in the process.
Hungary, no vote.
Note: updated with the official ISO results except in the not yet clear "Cuban case" and the Lybian vote, finally submitted by post mail, because they decided not to accept the ISO imposition to send the comments in a deprecated, exclusive and proprietary ".doc" format:
Note about "Lybian case": Unfortunatelly it seems that ISO is the first one not following its own standards: Lybia tried to submit its comments in ISO 19500-1:2005 (PDF/A) and ISO 26300 (OpenDocument), but they were not accepted by ISO itself.