How many countries the have to veto on UN resolutions?
The five permanent members of the UN Security Council: China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States.
most assemblies? no single country has definitive veto power, though they can still vote against resolutions. in the Security Council, however, 5 countries have the ability to veto a resolution and make in fail regardless of voting outcome. these countries are: Russia, China, France, the UK, and the US.
The UN security council has 15 members. Of these, 5 nations are permanent members (China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, & United States) who hold veto power. The remaining 10 are elected non-permanent members with two-year terms. The non-permanent members are elected from the General Assembly and do not have veto power over the Council's resolutions.
The UN had condemned the invasion by North Korea, and do to this fact and the growing fear of communism led the UN to pass Resolutions 83 and 84 which called for urgent military measures in order to restore peace in the region. The many countries that got involved in the Korean War were answering the call to arms made by the UN security council.
There are five veto wielding countries in the UN: Russia, China, France, UK and USA. They were the big winners of the second world war and they effectively sorted out the rules of the UN to suit themselves. They are the only permanent members of the UN Security Council. None wanted to have the UN tell them what to do, so they agreed that this could never happen. Now that the world has changed, none…
Considering how many people actually live in the Middle East, the United Nations spends an exorbitant amount of time on the Middle East. The countries with the most UN Resolutions are Israel and (distant second) Sudan. There are around 400 million Middle Easterners as opposed to 972 million Americans (North and South America), but there is more than 3x as many UN Resolutions about the Middle East.
A veto power in the UN Security Council's context is a power to say "no" to any pre-resolutions if they in their opinion may think is not fit to passed and become a resolution. Answering the question, the permanent members of the Security Council shall have the veto powers. There are 5 permanent members which are: a) United States of America b) United Kingdom c) Russian Federation d) France e) China And besides having this…
G4 countries are a group of 4 countries comprising of India, Brazil, Japan and Germany who support each other's bid for UN security council seat. Currently there are only 4 permanent members of UN security council and G4 countries are bidding to expand it. Currently, there are 5 permanents members of UN security council( UK, USA, China, France and Russia), who is holding veto power.
Kosovo became independent because its Albanian government installed by the USA and NATO after the war decided it wanted to be independent from Serbia despite UN resolutions opposing this, the opposition of the Serbian minority in Kosovo and the opposition of Serbia, many surrounding countries and other countries in the European Union. Its independence is recognized by barely a quarter of countries around the world.
It depends what you mean by "intervene". Unlike several other conflicts, UN peacekeepers were never deployed in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict (which involved Armenia and Azerbaijan). However, the UN passed several resolutions on that conflict, which did create a ceasefire. Please see the Related Link to view the resolutions.
I don't think that the council members of un. Should be given the veto power as in veto power everyone yes is important but if 1 member also refuses, the decision is not taken. For example-we can take that 3 members of security council of un. Are approving to make india also a member security council but two of them refused ,so the discussion was not proceeded further. Through this we can say that they…
Many countries continue to violate UN princples and resolutions as it is a weak, corrupt and rather pathetic organisation. It has not prevented wars, massacres or genocides which are some of the reasons it was set up. Wars continue all over the world, they stand back during massacres and genocide (Where were they during the genocide in Rwanda, where are they now considering Gaza, Darfur etc)