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Should the permanent member of UN give up the power of Veto? If they do what will happen explain.

Should the permanent member of UN give up the power of Veto? If they give up what will happen?

Asked On2017-12-16 02:58:55 by:sameekshya

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 No, the permanent members of the UN should not be given the power to veto. The five permanent member has this veto power but it is generally word for their own interest. ... But the council cannot take a decision if any permanent member says no to that decision.

Answerd on:2018-06-07 Answerd By:SaiKiran


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The most powerful organ of the UN system is the Security Council. The most useful instrument in the Security Council (S.C.) is the veto power. Issues surrounding the existence of the vetoes are therefore of primary importance. This essay proposes to present, analyse, and compare the origin and the justification of the veto power, and its use. It is only from such an analysis that clear responses to the present debate could emerge. Of the 15 members of the Security Council, 5 are permanent members: China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, and United States of America. They have the veto power. If one of the permanent members cast a negative vote on a substantive matter, the proposition is automatically rejected. On a procedural question, the S.C. needs only an affirmative vote from any 9 members. However, to determine whether a question concerns a procedural rather than a substantive matter, the S.C. needs the concurring votes of the five permanent members.
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Answerd on:2018-06-07 Answerd By:satyashiromani


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