Security Council

This is an Upper School Commission


President: Kate Robinson 

School: Colegio Bolívar 


President: Lucia Losada

School: Colegio Bolívar 

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Dear delegates,

We are excited to welcome you to the Security Council at CCBMUN XIX! The United Nations Security Council is one of the six main organs of the UN. It is mainly responsible for ensuring international peace and security through diplomacy and dialogue. This commission has five permanent countries with veto power over resolutions. These are: The United States of America, The People's Republic of China, The Russian Federation, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Republic of France. Aside from these, there are 10 other states, chosen by the General Assembly, that rotate on a biannual basis. In order to pass a resolution, all 15 delegates must vote and requires a majority of 9/15 countries' approval - ensuring that all veto powers are in favor. On this year’s model, we will be debating two crucial topics that threaten international security. The first one is the armed conflict in the Central African Republic, which threatens the stability of the entire continent. The second one is the de-escalation of tension between the Middle East and the United States, which is critical to maintaining global peace. We hope you join us this year to debate these crucial topics!

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SC topics



The situation in the Central African Republic

Topic 1

De-escalating political tensions in the Middle East

Topic 2

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