Get To Know About the General Assembly and If Countries Need Them

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) started its 73rd session from 18th September and it will continue till 5th October.
The UNGA was established in the year 1942 and the main goal of the UN’s is still pertinent today. The main objective of the UN is friendship among the member states, global peace, development and protection of human rights. However, being an age-old global administration which has been chastised by politicians, staff members, as well as by the staff members of the organization.
Small member states reported that the UN relies heavily on the funding from big countries in order to make decent decisions for all. This year, countries like Myanmar and the US particularly rejected UN authority because of the infringement on the sovereignty.
There are some flaws within the UN. There is not just only one UN but two UN. One can be defined as the high conciliatory arena where the world leaders get the chance to contend their views. The other being the largest development machine of the world that operates with tens of thousands of people. All of them work for boosting children’s welfare, global health, supporting the refugees, and many other issues.
Politically, the biggest cap for the UN is their imbalance of power among the permanent members of the Security Council and other members. Members of the Security Council can provide veto votes on anything starting from peacemaking mission to issue of sanctions or remaining protected from the allies.
This points out that the UN field activities and fund remains under the threat of national political interests. As a result, susceptible population might get affected.
However, the political manipulations don’t stop the UN from carrying out their job. Some agencies are able to carry forward with the task of advocating and coordinating international development. Through UN data collection it tries to display the policies of the member states. It is still seen as an organization that is committed for global peace and health.

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