United Nations Security Council Resolution 1732
|UN Security Council
|Date||21 December 2006|
|Subject||General issues relating to sanctions|
|15 voted for
None voted against
|Security Council composition|
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1732, adopted unanimously on December 21, 2006, after welcoming a report by a working group established by the Security Council, the Council took note of its findings and decided that it had fulfilled its mandate.
The mandate of the working group was to make recommendations on how to improve the effectiveness of United Nations sanctions. It was also tasked with addressing unintended consequences of sanctions, the enforcement of sanctions and de-listing procedures. Subsidiary bodies were requested to take note of the findings of the working group.
- "Security Council welcomes report of working group on sanctions". United Nations. December 21, 2006.
- Giumelli, Francesco (2007). "Smart sanctions and the UN: From international to world society?". Sixth SGIR Pan-European Conference on International Relations.
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