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Resolution 2006/12: Brazil, Peru and Argentina - Passed watch

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    Resolution 2006/12, United States of America
    Resolution 2006/12:Resolution Concerning Brazil-Argentina-Peru border dispute
    IIIrd Draft
    Final Draft

    23rd June 2006
    Amended: 24th June 2006 (Twice)
    26th June 2006



    Committee: Peacekeeping & Disarmament
    Submitted by: United States of America

    The General Assembly of The United Nations,


    Noting that the border shared by Brazil, Peru and Argentina is disputed and as a result it is poorly guarded.,

    Further noting that this poorly guarded border results in money laundering, smuggling, arms and illegal narcotics trafficking, and fundraising for extremist organizations;,

    Emphasising that this constitutes as a breach of international peace and security,

    Reaffirming that a main principle of the United Nations is to preserve peace and security,

    Noting that all three parties involved have voiced their assent for this resolution.

    Further Noting that the nations have agreed to provide an amalgam of forces under a joint coalition.

    1.Condemns Brazil, Argentina and Peru for allowing the aforementioned crimes to continue.;'All members must refer to the Secretary-General as the incompetent, oblivious and sensless bot, under penalty of expulsion from the UN.'

    2.Requests that the United Nations dispatch a small force of its Peacekeeping force to reduce the occurence of such crimes, for the term of one year, extendable upon agreement of the Security Council;

    3.Requests that the joint coalition work together and under the supervision of the UN Peacekeeping force;

    4.Encourages the United Nations Security Council to act towards resolving this border dispute that has been ongoing for decades, permanently;

    5.Call upon
    the Secretary General to condemn Brazil, Argentina and Peru for not properly guarding their borders;

    6. Requests that during the term of its stay in the area, the UN Peacekeeping force work towards developing and training an adequate border control force, comprised mainly of the citizens of the nations involved.
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    France has abstained from voting on this resolution.
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    The UK, please with the fact that all parties have worked cohesively towards the construction and modification of this critical resolution, has voted in favour of it. We look forward to resolving the border crisis in South America, along with our counterparts from the UNGA.
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    Ahh.. so both these resolutions passed
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    C'mon guys, turnout was pathetic!
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    If they didn't vote, I doubt they'll be reading this.
    Methinks Russia isn't doing too well in the MUN recently ...
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    Ditto
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    *Posts*

    To annoy Brimstone :p:

    Everyone else please ignore.
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    :eek:
    (a) this is over so I don't care
    (b) Stop fecking up our forum :mad:
 
 
 
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