BY: Hüseyin Mermercioğlu
Saturday 8th of February. The Historical Security Council proceeded on debating with the clause that was submitted by the People’s Republic of China. The next clause is submitted by the delegate of Iraq. This amendment didn’t pass due to an overwhelming votes against. The P5 members approached the board to have a meeting with the chairs. Unfortunately this clause didn’t pass as it was vetoed. The first break started at 11:00 and ended at 11:20. Interestingly enough, the delegates agreed on some clauses which passed with 0 people neither against nor obstaintons. The delegate of China is constantly getting abused by the chaire of HSC and vice versa. The HSC moved into Topic 2: The Question of South Africa which was submitted by the USSR. The delegate of the USSR kept his speech very concise and was open to points of information. The delegate was called out by the delegate of South Africa as he called them out racist regarding the clause. The debate were really tense and in some cases the delegates were getting off the topic. The chairs strongly insisted that their commentary should only refer to the year of 1986. A p5 meeting took place regarding this clause. The amednment from South Africa passed. The last clause passed with 12 for and 7 against votes.