Reformation of the United Nations: Modification the Authority of Security Council and General Assembly as the States-Representative Organs in the United Nations Charter for the Impact and Refinement of Human Rights Issues

Iradhati Zahra

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The United Nations nowadays has many problems. By looking some case, especially human rights issues, the resolutions that the United Nations establish or about to establish is barely done. All of these matters started from the authority that the Security Council and the General Assembly as the State-Representative Organs have. Especially, the authority of the P5 members (China, United States, Russia, United Kingdom, and France), which is the veto power. This implementation of veto power has been done in the case of Rohingya. Even though this crisis of human rights in Rohingya is important, the political importance of some states still prevailing the crisis of human rights in Rohingya, even when the crisis of human rights itself is a genocide which we acknowledge as one of the jus cogens act. By all of those facts, the United Nations has an urgency to reform the organization by modification the authority of the General Assembly and the Security Council, mainly in the system of establishing the resolutions. Also, there is another alternative solution, which is a short-term period programme in refining the human rights issues, and to improve the commitment of the United Nations for maintaining international peace and security as its written in the purposes of the UN Charter.


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Authority, Human Rights Issues, UN Charter.

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