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Admission of New Members to the UN: Burma:

U.N. Security Council Res. 45, U.N. Doc. S/RES/45 (1948).

Purpose: Admission to the United Nations.

Main Agreements: The Security Council recommends the Union of Burma's admission to membership in the United Nations.

 

General Assembly

Situation of Human Rights in Myanmar:

U.N. General Assembly Res. 67/233, U.N. Doc. A/RES/67/233 (2012).

Purpose: Comment on the human rights situation.

Main Statements: The General Assembly expresses deep concern about the continuing armed conflict in Kachin State and the associated human rights and international humanitarian law violations. It expresses particular concern about the situation of the Rohingya minority and the latest outbreaks of violence between communities in Rakhine State, and calls upon all parties to bring an immediate end to the violence.

Situation of Human Rights in Myanmar:

U.N. General Assembly Res. 66/230, U.N. Doc. A/RES/66/230 (2011).

Purpose: Comment on the human rights situation.

Main Agreements: The General Assembly expresses grave concern about the ongoing systematic violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms of the people of Myanmar. It expresses its concern about the resumption of armed conflict and the breakdown of long-standing ceasefires in areas including Kachin and Shan States and about the continuing discrimination, human rights violations, violence, displacement and economic deprivation affecting numerous ethnic minorities, including, but not limited to, the Rohingya ethnic minority in Northern Rakhine State.

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