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The Procedure of the UN Security Council$
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Sydney D. Bailey and Sam Daws

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198280736

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198280734.001.0001

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(p.413) Appendix I (a) Extracts from the Un Charter

(p.413) Appendix I (a) Extracts from the Un Charter

The Procedure of the UN Security Council

Sydney D. Bailey

Sam Daws

Oxford University Press

There are 19 appendices included at the end of the book. These are as follows: I. Extracts from the UN Charter and from the Statute of the International Court of Justice; II. Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Security Council, as amended 21 Dec. 1982; III. The Yalta formula on voting in the Security Council, 8 June 1945; IV. Opinion of the Legal Counsel on relations between the General Assembly and the Security Council, 10 Sept 1964 and 12 Dec. 1968; V. Memorandum by the Secretary‐General on the procedure to be followed in the election of a member of the International Court of Justice, 24 Jan 1996. Extract; VI. UN Peacekeeping Operations 1948–96. Details of authorizing resolutions, function, location and duration; VII. Matters of which the Security Council is seized, 10 Jan 1997. S/1997/40; VIII. Communications received from private individuals and non‐governmental bodies relating to matters of which the Security Council is seized, 3 Feb 1997·S/NC/1996/4;·IX. The Secretariat's tentative forecast of the programme of work of the Security Council for August 1995; X. Resolutions, Notes, and Letters related to procedural developments in the documentation of the Security Council; XI. Aide‐mémoire concerning the working methods of the Security Council from the Permanent Representative of France, 11 Nov 1994, A/49/667 and S/1994/1279; XII. Presidential Statements related to procedural developments in UN peacekeeping; XIII. Notes by the President concerning Sanctions Committees of the Security Council; XIV. Letter from the permanent members of the Security Council on the humanitarian aspects of sanctions, 13 Apr 1995, S/1995/300; XV. Note dated 26 Feb 1997 by the Secretary‐General, circulated to the Security Council, on the adoption of General Assembly resolution 51/208, entitled ’Implementation of the provisions of the Charter of the UN related to assistance to third States affected by the application of sanctions’, S/1997/161; XVI. Presidential Statement of 26 Sept 1995. Fiftieth anniversary of the UN, S/PRST/1995/48; XVII. Security Council resolution 984 (1995) of 11 Apr 1995 Assurances to non‐nuclear weapons States; XVIII. Statute of the International Tribunal for Rwanda. Annex to Security Council resolution 955 (1994) of 8 Nov 1994; and XIX. The first Sydney Bailey Memorial Lecture. Address given by his Royal Highness Crown Prince Hassan bin Talal of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Westminster Abbey, London, 10 Mar 1997.

Keywords:   extracts, International Tribunal for Rwanda, non‐nuclear weapons States, Presidential statements, rules of procedure, sanctions, Secretary‐General of the UN memoranda, UN Charter, UN International Court of Justice, UN peacekeeping operations, UN Security Council, voting, working methods, Yalta formula

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