The Chair then continued to explain multiple resolutions for the missile crisis in Cuba. There was some confusion about the clauses in the resolution that was authored by the United Kingdom, Pakistan and The Republic of China. The Chair seemed quite exasperated with all of the delegates, as the clauses they stated weren’t in line with each of their foreign policies.
The delegates seemed diffused from the show of ardor portrayed initially by them. The Chair proceeded to ask the Committee if they were trying to take a back seat while the responsibility for world security was passed to the “Justice League”.
The Chair was disheartened by the mistakes in the resolution produced by the Committee after two days of stimulating work, and so encouraged the delegates to pull up their socks and deliberate upon the final resolution. Upon discussion of the amendments to clauses, the echelon of debate rose and the Chair was impressed by their immediate recovery. The resolution after frenzied debate was flawless and pristine; it passed with a clear majority to the relief of the Delegate of Cuba.
Reporters: Mannat Advani, Saarah Khan and Anshita Mehrotra
Editor: Tannavi Kumar
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