Friday, February 17th, 2012 Day 1
Whatâ€™s Inside! -> The Opening Ceremony -> Interviews -> Lobbying and Merging Info -> MUN pictures ->Security Council Articles ->
TODAY: Inter Milan vs. Bologna!
[Current Event: India] Jammu and Kashmir
Coming from 1947, the nation of India has gained its independence from a Britain rule leaving it already with political and regional divisions. In October 1947, the nation of India implemented a partition leaving it with East, West Pakistan and India. Till today the state of Jammu and Kashmir remain unstable due to the lack of Referendum on whether it is under a Pakistani region or a Hindu nation. Throughout the decades, several conflicts, ceasefires and UNSC resoltions have been submitted to resolve this prolonging issue. Three dominant wars have been established regardless of the minor conflicts and disputes, 1947-1949, 1965 and 1971. Furthermore, this prolonging issue remains undecided, coming from the line of control, to the Simla agreement.
Marwan Saleh and Asma Yucef, Security Council
The Opening ceremony
he second annual MUN conference embraced its second opening ceremony by presenting the current theme: Rising Tides. The theme is derived the concept that tides can cause destruction by their power and assaulting effect, but they can also have benefits in how they carry things ashore and enhance the oceanic cycle. This applies to MUN in terms of the issues discussed, especially appropriate to this year, where many changes have taken place. The executive members of the MUN conference like Ziad Soliman, General Assembly (top, right) and Ibrahim el Kazaz, Head of Academic Committee (middle), and Nour Sadek, President of International Court of Justice (top, left end). Kazaz’s speech was of particular attention because he addressed the delegates and the new comers as the future tools to peace and security and the concept of dreaming big. After the opening speeches have come to end, the delegates wrapped up the ceremony by giving a cordial applause.
Having A Chat With MUNers
Q: What was your most memorable M U N experience?
people, then having that resolution pass with 74 votes "For" to 4 votes "Against’” - Khaled “My most Magdy, Vice memorable MUN President of ICJ e x p e r i e n c e w a s (below right). giving my resolution main Q: What was the m o s t submitter speech in interesting t h e T H I M U N resolution in Q a t a r P l a n n e r y your opinion? infront of 500
“One of the most interesting, in my opinion, is actually one of the ones in this conference in the issue of water scarcity submitted by the delegate of Israel.” - Malak Saleh, General Assembly (upper left).
Q: How long have you been in MUN? “I am one of the founders of the MUN club, my first conference was when I was in Grade 9.” - Nour Sadek, President of ICJ (upper right).
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New comers, share your thoughts! What do you think of today’s conference? What do you expect tomorrow?
“Looking forward to how the resolutions will turn out tomorrow” Mariam Bazid
“This is my first time and it’s really interesting, the fact that I mix my ideas with others and convince them of my own” - Malak Taher “It’s really exciting how we are solving world problems” - Farida Soliman
“Delegates, order please, debate calmly!” -Something that has been amplified through the microphone a lot today
One of the most interesting issues raised today is water scarcity. Solutions have been raised on storing water through planting less water consuming plants, spread awareness andencouraging water projects like Farouk El Baz’s. The delegate of France started off his
speech with a French accent and ended his speech with eating a French Baguette.
PRESS TEAM Khadija El Sharawy (Head) Roudaina Amr (Deputy) Ali El Daour Hady El Daour
DID YOU KNOW? *Egypt plans to derive 20 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020 -------------------------------*The largest U.S. military training exercises on foreign soil take place in Egypt
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