Agenda Items

  • The protests in Iran
  • Sri Lankan Riots and Protests


The Security Council is incumbent upon the peacebuilding and the cooperation in the international scope. The Council holds 15 members on aggregate, with each of them having one vote. Within 15 members, 5 members are permanent: the United States of America, United Kingdom, France, the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation. The 5 permanent members are eligible to exercise the right to veto which designates the approval of the resolution. The United Nations Security Council has the authority to carry out operations regarding international peace and security. The Council is the title holder for enforcing sanctions and utilizing force in sustaining peace. The current events in the soils of Iran and the occurrence of the Iranian protests is at the forefront of the agenda in the United Nations Security Council. The protests have emerged following the death of Mahsa Amini on 16 September and continued to accelerate since then. In SOBILMUN’23, The Security Council will be tackling the Iranian Protests and its humanitarian aspect while considering the imposition of sanctions. The delegates are also expected to bring solutions of peaceful means to the Riots in Sri Lanka to put an end to this declared state of emergency as well as considering the economic crisis and the military intervention in the region.

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