Question of the representation of china in the General Assembly

490. Question of the representation of china in the General Assembly

The General Assembly, Taking note of differences of view concerning the representation of China in the United Nations, Establishes a Special Committee consisting of seven Members nominated by the President and confirmed by the General Assembly to consider the question of Chinese representation and to report back, with recommendations, to the present session of the General Assembly, after the Assembly shall have considered item 62 of the provisional agenda (item proposed by Cuba);[1] Resolves that, pending a decision by the General Assembly on the report of this Special Committee, the representatives of the National Government of China shall be seated in the General Assembly with the same rights as other representatives. 277th plenary meeting,
19 September 1950.
At its 321st plenary meeting on 12 December 1950, the General Assembly, on the nomination of the President, elected by secret ballot the following States Members to the Special Committee: CANADA, ECUADOR, INDIA, IRAQ, MEXICO, the PHILIPPINES and POLAND.

[1] Item 61 of the agenda as approved by the General Assembly.

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