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IT'S NOT TOO LATE
TO STOP THE WAR

 


The possibility of a special meeting of the General Assembly of the UN, based on the Resolution 377 known as "Uniting for Peace", already required by Russia, Indonesia and Brazil, worries the Bush administration which  pressures smaller countries to prevent it.


UNITING FOR PEACE
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INTERNATIONAL APPEAL
TO STRENGTHEN THE AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED NATIONS
IN THE MAINTENANCE
OF PEACE AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

 



The main mission of the UN is the maintenance of peace and international security.

According to the UN Charter, the Security Council has the responsibility to act in the name of all the member states to maintain peace and international security.
The institutions and the mission of the United Nations are at present being threatened by the decisions of several member states to ignore the report of the inspectors mandated by the Security Council to carry out Resolution 1441, and to begin an armed conflict on Iraqi territory without the support of the Security Council.

We, the citizens of the countries whose governments have ratified the institutions and mission of the UN, urge all member states to use the authority given them by the UN Charter, in order to restore the authority of the UN and its mission, and especially to request the immediate convening of the General Assembly, according to the regulations of the Charter and of Resolution 377 of November 3, 1950, which are known under the rubric "Uniting for Peace".

We urge all member states of the UN, as soon as a special meeting of the General Assembly is called, to restore the conditions of Resolution 1441 and for this purpose to order the withdrawal of all foreign military forces which were not mandated by the UN, from Iraqi territory, because this is a necessay condition for the continuation of inspections.

Uniting for Peace
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