United Nations Security Council Resolution 431
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Adopted at the 2082nd meeting by 13 votes to none, with 2 abstentions (Czechoslovakia, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).
The Security Council,
Recalling its resolution 385 (1976) of 30 January 1976,
Taking note of the proposal for a settlement of the Namibian situation contained in document S/12636 of 10 April 1978,
- 1. Requests the Secretary-General to appoint a Special Representative for Namibia in order to ensure the early independence of Namibia through free elections under the supervision and control of the United Nations;
- 2. Further requests the Secretary-General to submit at the earliest possible date a report containing his recommendations for the implementation of the proposal for a settlement of the Namibian situation in accordance with Security Council resolution 385 (1976);
- 3. Urges all concerned to exert their best efforts towards the achievement of independence by Namibia at the earliest possible date.
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