The Ewe problem
|Publisher||UN General Assembly|
|Author||UN General Assembly|
|Publication Date||2 December 1950|
|Citation / Document Symbol||A/RES/441|
|Cite as||UN General Assembly, The Ewe problem, 2 December 1950, A/RES/441, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3b00f1df44.html [accessed 24 May 2013]|
V. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED ON THE REPORTS OF THE FOURTH COMMITTEE
441. The Ewe problem
1. Recognizes the great importance of the Ewe problem, and impresses upon the Trusteeship Council and the Administering Authorities concerned the importance of finding an adequate solution as soon as possible and in full accordance with the real wishes and interests of the people concerned;
2. Impresses, in particular, upon the Administering Authorities the necessity of conducting elections to the Standing Consultative Commission in a democratic manner that will ensure a true representation of the people;
3. Recommends that the Administering Authority of Togoland under French administration investigate promptly the practices complained of in the petition of the President of the Comité de l'Unité togolaise and in other petitions on the subject with a view to ascertaining whether the methods of election which have been applied ensure that the views of all sections of the population are faithfully reflected, and report thereon to the next session of the Trusteeship Council for such action as the Council may consider appropriate in the light of the relevant discussions in the Fourth Committee and of the results of the investigations of the Administering Authority of Togoland under French administration;
4. Requests that the Trusteeship Council devote a special chapter or sub-chapter of its annual report to the next session of the General Assembly to setting forth all the steps undertaken in connexion with the Ewe question.316th plenary meeting,
2 December 1950.
 See Trusteeship Council resolutions 14 (II), 108 (V) and 250 MO.  See Trusteeship Council resolution 250 (VII).  Ibid.  See Official Records of the General Assembly, Fifth Session, Fourth Committee, 153rd and 162nd meetings.