The Chair of the IAEA believes the committee’s choice of most important topic is “cray cray”

“Why should not North Korea, a member state of this committee, have the right to vote on such important motions?” asked the delegate of China.

“Why should not North Korea, a member state of this committee, have the right to vote on such important motions?” asked the delegate of China.

(CNN) – As took place today the first committee session of the Montreal United Nation Conference, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) choose to discuss first the subject of Nuclear Power in the 21st Century.

“They felt that this was a motion more important than to discuss the second, which is the safeguard,” told Ki Young Son, Assistant Chair, to CNN.

“Which is craycray,” added the chair, the honorable Andréa Baptiste.

The order of affair may have seemed indeed disputable as the delegate of North Korea, an observer, was constantly at the heart of the discussion.

“Could I vote?” asked the delegate of North Korea as a motion was not having the sufficient amount of vote to pass nor fail.

To that the committee spend minutes to discuss the motion brought by North Korea, whether or not they could have the right to vote when there is an equality in the votes.

“Why should not North Korea, a member state of this committee, have the right to vote on such important motions?” asked the delegate of China.

Because “North Korea has constantly and continuously failed to obey by the International law,” simply answered the delegate of the United States.

China, Pakistan, The Russian Federation, and Turkey believes North Korea should have the right to vote in the IAEA committee when a motion does not pass nor fail.

Even though the Chair seemed to disagree at first with the choice of topic, security measures was nonetheless recurrent in today’s session.

The Chair mentioned that “so far, delegates are making efforts to collaborate and it is very civil and we appreciate that.”

Jamila Baldé, MUNC CNN