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    Kuwait asks UNSC to retain Iraq-Kuwait issue on its agenda for 2013

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    Post by chouchou Fri 25 Jan 2013, 11:33 am

    First topic message reminder :

    UNITED NATIONS, Jan 25 (KUNA) -- Kuwait on Friday requested the Security Council to retain the issue between Iraq-Kuwait on its agenda for the year 2013.

    In a letter to the Council's current President Masoud Khan of Pakistan, Kuwaiti Ambassador Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi said "I should like to notify you that the Government of the State of Kuwait wishes to see the following item retained on the list of matters of which the Security Council is seized: The situation between Iraq and Kuwait."

    Member states interested in retaining a particular item on the Council's agenda for the year have to notify the Council's president before the end of February.

    If those states fail to do so, the item drops automatically from the list of items the Council is seized of.

    Last week the United Arab Emirates requested that the issue of the three islands - Abu Mousa, little Tunb and greater Tunb - disputed with Iran, be also retained on the Council's agenda. (end)

    http://www.kuna.net.kw/ArticleDetails.aspx?id=2288993&language=en
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    Post by mochasmom Sat 26 Jan 2013, 7:53 am

    Yep from VII to VI
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    Post by day dreamer Sat 26 Jan 2013, 9:33 am

    mochasmom wrote:Yep from VII to VI

    yep and What a Glorious Day That Will Be :o
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    Post by onecinful1 Sat 26 Jan 2013, 12:13 pm

    Kuwait asked the UNSC to "remain seized of the matter" for 1 more year. heres the "prvisional rules of procedure" chapter 2 rules 10 and 11 apply: http://www.un.org/en/sc/about/rules/chapter2.shtml

    heres the Repertoie/practice of the provisional rules of the Security Council: http://www.un.org/en/sc/repertoire/rules/overview.shtml#rule2

    Below are past practices that explain how provisional rules apply, '08-09 are the most recent documentation of past practices, but pick any year starting 1990 and see how consistant these practices are. links are provided for those that want to learn more, enjoy

    3. Matters of which the Security Council is seized

    (1) The agenda: matter of which the Security Council is seized

    these are practices of the Security Coucil,

    2. Revised procedure for deletion of items

    In 2008, five out of 25 items that had been identified for deletion at the beginning of the year
    were deleted, while the rest was retained for an additional year on the request of Member States.
    By the end of February, Member States notified the Council if they wished an item identified for deletion to remain on the summary statement, in which case such an item would be retained on the summary statement for one year, http://www.un.org/en/sc/repertoire/2008-2009/Part%20II/08-09_Part%20II.pdf
    2. Phrasing of agenda items
    Case 5

    Given the importance attached to the phrasing of agenda items, in a Note by the President of the Security Council dated 18 April 2005,
    concerning formulation of the title of the agenda item for issues pertaining to Iraq, members of the Security Council announced the agreement reached as follows: Issues relating to the return of all Kuwaiti property, the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains, and the United Nations Compensation Commission would be considered under the agenda item entitled “The situation between Iraq and Kuwait”. Other issues that did not fall under this category would be considered under the agenda item entitled “The situation concerning Iraq”. http://www.un.org/en/sc/repertoire/2004-2007/04-07_02.pdf#page=11
    Kuwait requesting another year sets a time-table for an end to the situation between Iraq/Kuwait as long as both countries continue working together to "normalizing" their relationship, SG Moon's report to the UNSC has 3 option's, don't forget them, as "remaining siezed of the matter" not only applies to chapter 7
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    Post by onecinful1 Thu 14 Feb 2013, 7:49 pm

    settling the "lawsuit" Iraqi airlines is a very big step in "normalizing" their relationship with Kuwait(as outlined in SG's reports over many years). Don't forget that Kuwait "specifically" asked the UNSC to retain Iraq on their agenda for 1 year.

    The two countries recently made tangible strides that might contribute to resolving some pending issues of reparations of Saddam Hussein's invasion to Kuwait in 1990, including striking a $500-million deal to resolve a standoff with the Iraqi Airways that prevented the Iraqi planes from flying to destinations in the West.

    Observers see that such moves are helpful in ending the UN sanctions (known as "Chapter 7" sanctions) imposed on Iraq after the 1990 invasion.http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/748617.shtml

    heres something you can bank on,, this will look very good for Iraq in SR UNAMI's report to the SG in March and SG's report to the UNSC in June!!!
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    Post by mochasmom Thu 14 Feb 2013, 9:05 pm

    I'm hoping by June it won't matter to us...
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    Post by dry Fri 15 Feb 2013, 7:59 am

    mochasmom wrote:I'm hoping by June it won't matter to us...


    Ditto!!!!!

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