Repertoire of the practice of the security council: Supplement 2000-2003

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The Repertoire published by the United Nations Secretariat serves as a guide to the proceedings of the Security Council from its first meeting in 1946 onwards. It presents new trends in the Council's application of the UN Charter and its provisional rules of procedure. It is the only such official record and is based solely on the deliberations of the Council, its decisions and other official documentation before the Council. In the series of the Repertoire the fourteenth Supplement covers the years 2000 to 2003. It describes how during this period the Council responded to fresh challenges and threats to peace and security through new approaches to conflict prevention, peacekeeping and peace-building.



Consideration of the provisions of other articles of the charter

Chapter XII covers the consideration by the Security Council of Articles of the Charter not dealt with in the preceding chapters. It consists of four parts: part I covers material pertaining to the purposes and principles of the United Nations, namely Articles 1 (2), 2 (4), 2 (5), 2 (6) and 2 (7). In part II, Articles 24 and 25 are considered in relation to the functions and powers of the Security Council. Part III deals with the practice of the Security Council in connection with the provisions of Chapter VIII of the Charter, Articles 52 to 54, concerning regional arrangements. Part IV considers miscellaneous provisions of the Charter, including material relating to Article 103.


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