United Nations Security Council Resolution 110

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UN Security Council
Resolution 109
Date December 16 1955
Meeting no. 707
Code S/3504 (Document)
Subject Question of reviewing the Charter of the UN
Voting summary
9 voted for
1 voted against
1 abstained
Result Adopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council Resolution 110, adopted on December 16, 1955, stated that in light of an article in the United Nations Charter provided that if a General Conference of the Members of the United Nations for the purpose of reviewing the Charter had not been held before the tenth annual session of the General Assembly such a conference would be held if so decided by a majority vote of the General Assembly and by any seven members of the Security Council. Having considered United Nations General Assembly Resolution 992 it was decided that a conference to review the Charter should be held.

The resolution was approved by nine votes in favour. The Soviet Union voted against the text and France abstained.

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