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HRC AND IMO JOINT CRISIS COMMITTEE

Day 3 Session 1
Human Rights Committee

Posted On: Sunday, October 2nd 2016 at 12:14PM (397 Views)
By: Reporter - Press Team (Press Team)



THE DILEMMA OF THE CRISIS: The Joint Crisis Committee operates as two opposing blocs in different meeting rooms. Each bloc represents a country’s cabinet, and delegates represent specific cabinet ministers of their respective government. The two blocs are pitted against one another with different objectives, but they both respond to the same initial crisis. What makes JCC unique amongst other committees is that the actions of one bloc have immediate implications on the opposing one.

Even as the session opened, the delegates of IMO and HRC were in for a shock – they had a joint session, where they would debate on the crisis mentioned above. It was a dilemma among the delegates because of the abrupt change of procedure. Russia, China, United Kingdom, U.A.E., Saudi Arabia, Iran, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey fell into this stimulus.

The session commenced with a delegate raising a motion to conduct a special speakers list for the time being 90 seconds for each speaker. The way this particular committee worked was that there were blocs with two members each from both the committees with the exception of a few delegates who did not have a member nation in the following committee.

At first, the delegates were thrown off-balance by this sudden motion of a crisis, but were soon in a verbal furor; trying to abide by its country’s policies and reach a conclusion at the same time.

Reporter: Rakhi Kohli
Editor: Anvita Patwari


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