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Day 2 Session 1
PWSMUN 2015



The first session of the day in the UNSC committee began with a continuation of the general speakers list, put together the day before. The delegates were rather lethargic in the start, as many had given the SAT examination about an hour prior to the session.

The Delegate of Australia seemed rather languid considering that he was too busy fixing his bow tie using the photo booth app and yawning almost every five minutes. Moreover, the Delegate of Afghanistan seemed to have a limited vocabulary as the word ‘frozen’ has been employed one too many times.

A few minutes into the session, the honorable Chair provided the delegates with a crisis, that had occurred the previous day. Thereafter, all formal debate was suspended and the Chair supplied the delegates with a choice to either discuss the crisis through a provisional speakers list or moderated and/or unmoderated caucuses. The majority of the delegates were in favor of moderated and/or unmoderated caucuses.

Following that, the delegates moved into an unmoderated caucus for ten minutes to converse over the crisis. Additionally, the Secretary General made an appearance to explain the crisis and answer any queries of the delegates. After a point of time, a motion to start a provisional speakers list was passed and in-depth debates were held to thoroughly argue over the crisis.

Reporter: Anvita Patwari and Aishna Kumar
Editor: Simran Singh


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