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Aopen PV70 seventieth plenary meeting of the General Assembly is called to order. Before we begin the agenda of today's meeting, I should like to read you the telegram which I have received from H. This is the text of the telegram: As you know, it is the function of the General Committee to consider the provisional agenda and the supplementary list and Aopen PV70 recommendations thereon to us, the General Assembly.

At our last plenary meeting we referred the provisional agenda and the supplementary list to Aopen PV70 General Committee for its consideration. The Aopen PV70 Committee has had five long meetings, during which full discussion took place on the two principal items before it.

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I propose that we consider the report from the General Committee in two parts, giving our attention first to the recommendation on the Aopen PV70 agenda. I will read the report of the General Committee: Do I hear any objection to the inclusion of this item? There are two items which have been proposed by different States of the United Nations for insertion in the Aopen PV70 of this special session.


The item presented by the Government of the United Kingdom asked the General Assembly to make recommendations on the future government of Palestine at the next regular session to be held in September. At the same time, they promised in their request Aopen PV70 the United Kingdom Government would submit to the General Assembly a detailed report on the exercise of the mandate during the Aopen PV70 twenty-seven years.

In addition, they also Aopen PV70 or proposed that the General Assembly institute and instruct a committee of inquiry to prepare the subject mentioned above for consideration at the next session of the General Assembly; that is, the recommendations as to the future government of Palestine. The Syrian Aopen PV70 did not acquiesce in this request to confine the discussions on the agenda of this session to this item alone.

We argued that the formation of the future government of Palestine should have but one phase, and there should be but one simple solution, namely the termination of the mandate and the recognition of Aopen PV70 independence of Palestine. Therefore we presented an additional item to that effect, which Aopen PV70 so linked to the first one that it is very hard to have them discussed separately.

The United Kingdom Government, in its request, wished its item to stand alone, and the subject of discussion to be confined to that item. It was proposed in the General Committee during its last meetings that both items should be discussed together because they are so intimately connected that they cannot be separated. However, the General Committee adopted the first item before discussing the second item.

When the first item Aopen PV70 adopted, we were afraid it might be taken for granted that this action Aopen PV70 eliminate the second item as long as the majority of the Member States agreed to have this General Assembly Aopen PV70 on the basis of the first item alone.


However, we pointed out that according to Aopen PV70 18 of the provisional rules of procedure, other items might be inserted in addition if they were presented by a Aopen PV70 State within at least four days before the date fixed for the convening of the special General Assembly. The United Kingdom Government also wanted to have recommendations made under Article 10 of the Charter.


We reviewed Article 10 of the Charter. We found it stated that the General Assembly has the power to make recommendations Aopen PV70 Member States within the scope of the Charter and within the provisions of Article 12 of the Charter.


Article 12 of the Charter clearly states that when a subject is under discussion and consideration in the Security Council, the General Assembly shall have no capacity to make recommendations on that subject. I understand from this connexion between Article 10 and Article 12 of the Charter and the insertion of that condition for making recommendations, that such recommendations could be made only in situations endangering international peace and security which are not Aopen PV70 discussion in the Security Council.

In such situations, the General Assembly may make recommendations; that is, any State may apply to the General Assembly for recommendations instead of going to the Security Council in a Aopen PV70 against another State in a special situation Aopen PV70 may endanger international peace and security. In this Aopen PV70 there is nothing of the sort. It is not my Aopen PV70 that Article 10 would allow any State to come and ask advice of the General Assembly. Recommendations are not being asked now, but rather advice as to the form of government we should form in Palestine.

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For this reason I consider that in the first place, the first objection to this proposal of His Majesty's Government is that no recommendations can be given under Article 10 unless they are within the scope of the Charter. In that case, we pass to the second stage of this discussion and examine the scope of the Charter in the matter of mandated territories, because it may be said that Palestine is a mandated territory of the League of Nations, and as the League of Nations does not exist now, all its functions have passed Aopen PV70 the General Assembly.

I accept that on the condition that such recommendations may be Aopen PV70 under the provisions of the Charter regarding mandated territories. I am very sorry, but as President of this Assembly, my first duty is to put order into our business, and I bring to the notice of my colleague, the representative of Syria, the fact that in discussing the report of the General Committee we have to keep our business in accordance with our rules. That means discussing only the report.

That does not mean any restriction on Aopen PV70 open and full discussion of the matter after we have adopted the agenda. I can assure all the representatives that I will allow the most open debate upon this matter, but I call on them and appeal to them, Aopen PV70 out that we have no reason to anticipate that debate by discussing the substance Aopen PV70, when we are deciding about procedure. I trust that my colleague, whom I admire very much, will respond to the appeal of the Chair.

President, with all the respect which I have for the Chair, as also consideration for your wise administration of the Assembly and the General Committee, I am very sorry to say I do not think I have said anything contrary to our procedure or which is not in the first item now under discussion. I intend to oppose the insertion of this item in the agenda, and how can I do that unless I discuss the motives and the events which have led up to its being put on the agenda?

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I am limiting my discussion and my speech to this point, that is, to my opposition of the insertion of this item on the agenda. I am examining the basis of this Aopen PV70, the reasons and grounds for its insertion, and I am saying that--nothing else. I did not discuss the matter of Palestine or anything further about the general position, but kept simply within the scope of the decision Aopen PV70 the General Committee.

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