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Outline Of The United Nations - History of The United Nations - United Nations General Assembly Resolutions
... United Nations General Assembly Resolution UN General Assembly Resolution 194 UN General Assembly Resolution 273 UN General Assembly Resolution 377 A UN General ...
Sixth Emergency Special Session Of The United Nations General Assembly
... The sixth emergency special session of the United Nations General Assembly was held between 10 January – 14 January 1980 to consider the situation in Afghanistan ... As the Soviet war in Afghanistan began members of the United Nations General Assembly requested the Security Council consider the situation ... to invoke the 'Uniting for Peace' resolution to defer the issue to the General Assembly in an emergency special session ...
Tuvalu And The United Nations - External Links
... the Permanent Mission of Tuvalu to the United Nations Ambassador Enele Sopoaga's address to the 56th session of the United Nations General Assembly, 16 November 2001 Governor-General ...
Sixth Emergency Special Session Of The United Nations General Assembly - See Also
... List of emergency special sessions of the United Nations General Assembly First emergency special session of the United Nations General Assembly Seventh emergency ...
United Nations General Assembly Resolutions
... A United Nations General Assembly Resolution is voted on by all member states of the United Nations in the General Assembly ... General Assembly resolutions usually require a simple majority (50 percent of all votes plus one) to pass ... However, if the General Assembly determines that the issue is an "important question" by a simple majority vote, then a two-thirds majority is required "important questions ...

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