Resolution 2014/01 - Reform of the MUNWatch
I don't understand the rationale behind removing a timetable for resolutions - is it to make things more fluid?
This is a mistake on my part.
If I'm allowed then I'll send in an amendment to this to put the timetable back in.
Otherwise, sounds good to me.
2ND JANUARY 2013
Following a request from Republic1, the submitter of Resolution No. 2014/01, I've made the changes he requested to the original resolution first posted yesterday. The changes are highlighted below.
This clause of the resolution has been changed from:
Resolutions in the Security Council shall pass if more states vote Aye than No, providing no Permanent members voted No, enacting their Veto. A discussion lasting a maximum of 7 days will be held, followed by a 3 day vote. Voting should be ‘public’
Resolutions in the Security Council shall pass if more states vote Aye than No, providing no Permanent members voted No, enacting their Veto. Voting should be ‘public’.