United Nations Security Council Resolution 33

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Adopted by the Security Council at its 197th meeting, by 10 votes to none, with 1 abstention (Australia), on 27 August 1947

The Security Council,

Resolves:

1. That the sub-committee of the Committee of Experts be instructed to negotiate with the General Assembly's committee on procedure for its acceptance of rule 58 of the provisional rules of procedure of the Security Council as tentatively revised by the Committee of Experts, ([1]) and for its undertaking to effect necessary accompanying changes in rules 113 and 117 (originally rule 116) of the provisional rules of procedure of the General Assembly as suggested by the Committee of Experts; and, if the negotiation is not successful, to accept, on behalf of the Security Council, the change in rule 58 as previously proposed by the General Assembly committee;

2. That, as regards proposals made by the General Assembly committee concerning rule 60 of the provisional rules of procedure of the Security Council, the following recommendations of the Committee of Experts ([1]) be accepted:

(a) That the change of the word "decide" to the word "consider" in the first paragraph not be accepted;

(b) That the addition of two paragraphs as the second and third paragraphs be accepted;

(c) That the change of the word "recommendations" from the plural to the singular be accepted;

3. That the sub-committee of the Committee of Experts be instructed to advise the General Assembly committee that the proposed change in rule 114 and the addition of a new rule 116 in the provisional rules of procedure of the General Assembly are accepted.


[1] See Official Records of the Security Council, Second Year, Supplement No. 19, annex 44.

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