This house believes that the UN should not intervene in internal conflicts of other countries. – The government side, PM
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. This is the prime minister of the government side. Today, we are debating under the motion that this house believes that the United Nations should not intervene in internal conflicts of other countries. Before starting the debate, I, as the prime minister, would like to define some words that will be mainly used in today’s debate. UN is an international organization that works for global peace, not only to provide short term remedies to urgent issues, but also to find long term, ultimate solution to problems all over the world. ‘ Internal conflicts ‘ means visible conflicts among two or more groups within the country, which include ethnic conflicts, religious conflicts, riots, forceful overthrows of governments, secessionist or independence movements, or civil and political violence. ‘Intervene’ means interventions of external countries or organizations mainly by force – military means, for humanitarian purpose or global peace. Please make it sure ‘intervention’ is generally considered as the use of force and military. Let’s get into an enthusiastic debate.
We, the government side, assert that the UN should NOT intervene in internal conflicts of other countries. While supporting the motion, I, as the prime minister will state the stance of the government side by 2 points out of three. Then our deputy prime minister will provide one more argument and further evidences. Our whip will clarify why our side, the government, strongly believes the motion should pass. Now, I will move onto my own constructive argument. We analyzed the motion by three points of view- First, does intervention of UN guarantee the own right of the country? If not, how does intervention of UN affect the future of the country? Second, can the decision making of...
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