Event: Pearl-MUN 2002

Country: Thailand

Students: Mohammed Al-Essa Ambassador/Social Committee
Abdullah Bourhamah Human Rights
Hamed Al Sager Environment committee
Ahmed Al-Shimirie Disarmament committee


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Thailand


 

Country Profile

Political Structure

The kingdom of Thailand's government type is a constitutional kingdom. King Phumiphon signed the present constitution that Thailand goes by in 1997. Thailand's realm governments are elected from the 76 areas. Thailand's government consists of three branches, Management, Governmental, and trial branches.

In the Management branch members are not elected. As for the Prime Minister the leader that can organize a majority union between political parties becomes the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister gets chosen from the members of the House of Government. The present Prime Minister is Thaksin Chinnawat. The Deputy Prime Minister is Chawalit Yongchaiyut.

The public votes for other members. Thailand gives the women the right to vote and elect. The age of voting and electing is 18. The governmental branch consists of the council and the House consists of Representatives. The trial branch is the court; they call t in Thailand Sandika. Thailand's government has nine democratic parties that are Democratic parties, National Development party, New Aspiration party, Phalang Dharma party, Social Action party, Solidarity Party, The Citizen's Party, Thai Nation Party, and Thai Rak Thai Party. The role of the kings in Thailand is that they have the power to do what ever they want, and nothing goes on in Thailand unless the king agrees to it.



Cultural factors

Thailand has diverse religions. The main religion in Thailand is Buddhism which consists of 95% of the population. The rest of the population consists of Christians (0.5%), Muslims (3.8%), Hindus (0.1%), and other various religions (0.6%). The good thing is that there had not been reported problems between people with different religions. Also in Thailand there are many Ethnic groups but two main ones. Thai percentage is 75% Thai, 14% Chinese, and 11% other small ethnic groups

Thailand got most of its cultural traditions from Malaysia being it's bordering country. Buddhists and Muslims came through the Andaman Sea and the gulf of Thailand. Buddhists came from Nakhon Sea Thammarat a region from the past. Muslims came from the former sultanate of Panani bordering Malaysia.



Economy

From the year 1985 to 1995 Thailand experienced the world's highest growth rate of about 9% annually. In 1997 the government was forced to lower the Baht Thailand's currency) and it went from 25 bahts per US dollar to about 31 Bahts to the dollar. The Baht reached its lowest point of about 56 Bahts per dollar in 1998. In that same year the economy went down by about 10.2%. Due to strong exports Thailand recovered by 2000 by increasing 20%. In present days a dollar is about 43 Bahts.

Good export products such as computers and parts, textiles, integrated circuits, and rice. Exports give an income of about 68.2 billion dollars per year. Imports give an income of about 61.8 billion dollars annually. Imports that Thailand gets are: capital goods, intermediate goods and raw materials, consumer goods and fuels. The action of importing and exporting goods is known as trading. Thailand's has about 7 export partners and 6 import partners. Japan is considered Thailand's no. 1 trade partner, then come the US and then the other countries. Although Thailand's economy is somehow good it gets economic aid of about $13 1.5 dollars (i 998).

Thailand is a minor producer of drugs. All kinds of drugs are planted and exported in Thailand. The drug business gives a lot to Thailand's economy. The government does not support drugs and have sentenced to end this problem. The truth is that the government denies drugs but it doesn't wish for it to stop or even to try to stop it.



Defense:

Thailandís defense consists of various Branches such as: the Royal Thai Army, Royal Thai Navy, Royal Thai Air force, Parliamentary forces. Thailandís military accepts volunteers at the age of 18. In Thailand, about 10.5 billion citizens are fit for Military employment. Those 10.5 billion fit citizens are increasing at a rate of 5% per year. Thailand spends approximately $2 Billion on its military requirements. That amount of money is about 1.4% of the countryís GDP.

Thailand is a country with many traditional enemies; the most familiar one is Vietnam and\or Burma. Vietnam relationships are getting better, but they are tensing because of the weapons that Vietnam possesses. Vietnam is a country that is very united, but Thailand is a little separated because of the southern Thailand internal problems.



View on World Problems:

Thailand is a country with a great involvement in worldwide blocs and

organizations, such as APEC, ARF, ASDB, ASEAN, BIS, CCC, CP, ESCAP, FAG, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICFTU, ICRM, 1DA, IFAD, TFC, IFRCSI IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, Inmarsat, Intelsaf Interpol, MC, 1OM, ISO, ITU, NAM, GAS, O1S, OPCW, OSCE, PCA, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNTKOM, UNTTAR, UNMIBH, UNTAET, UNU, UPU, WCL, WFTU, WHO, WLPO, WMO, WtoO, WtrO. However, in the OAS and OIS, Thailand is an observer, in the OPCW it's a signatory, and in the OSCE it's a partner. In all the other organizations Thailand is only a member.

Thailand has border problems with Laos but its getting solved peacefully and safely. In addition, more border problems with Cambodia, but peace and wise negotiations are taking place.

However, Thailand has some hostile border problems taking place with Burma, in addition, to the Shan rebels. Thailand is trying to keep peace with those countries.

Burma's terrorist acts in allowing drug lords to manufacture drugs and transport it in Thailand illegally, produced some clashes between those two countries. However, Thailand is not scared of fighting Burma.

Thus Thailand is urging all its fellow neighbors as one of the leaders of the ASEAN organization to combine hands and stop this menace. Also it urges the ASEAN organization to promote peace in the area, and to embellish international business.



 

Geography:

Thailand is located in Southeast Asia bordering the Andaman Sea, Southeast Burma, Northwest Laos, and South of Malaysia. Thailand is 514,000 km2. 2,320 km2 are land and the rest is water. It a has a coastline that is 3,219 km. The climate is mostly tropical and warm, experiencing hot and humid weathers in Southern Ismus, and cloudy and cool monsoons in the North and Southeastern parts of Thailand. The lowest point in Thailand is the gulf of Thailand at 0m, and the highest point is Doi inthanon at 2,576m.

44,000 km2 of Thailandís land is irrigated land. Thailand also experiences droughts and land subsidence the current Environmental issues that are affecting Thailand are air and water pollution caused by the emission of harmful gases from vehicles and the chemical wastes from factories. Thailand also experiences soil erosion and forestation due to the excess needs of its society. Thailand controls only land routes from Asia to Malaysia and Singapore.

Thailand does suffer a lot from air pollution that is mainly caused by oil (petroleum). Thailand knows that in the future, oil price will soar causing great chaos in its economy. Meanwhile, Thailand established the Oil Fund, which will help preserve and oil and prevent the predicted to happen. The thought of high gas prices will lore the people of Thailand to start thinking of buying cheaper oil like LPG, which will also help on the decrease of air pollution.



 

Natural Resources:

The Natural Resources that are extracted from Thailandís environment are tin, rubber, natural gas, tungsten, tantalum, timber, fish, gypsum, lignite, and fluorite. Thailand also has a large industry of silk products. It is very famous for it because it gets the silk from very rare butterflies that are rare in the world. The larva of the Mulberry bombyx, probably known as the Thai Moth, probably produces the best silk. This moth does not exist in the Wild. It has long been domesticated, and has also lost its ability to fly.

Other animals that are exploited and sold are turtles, which are killed for their shells. The shells are used for decoration. Fishes that are found in Thailand range in color. Some of the fishes are the Parrotfish that has a bird-like beak; the Emperor fish that has the largest territories among all coral fishes, and lastly the triggerfish, which its name refers to its dorsal fin. Coral reefs and polyps provide food to the Local Thais. A coral polyp is a soft, almost transparent animal that builds its skeleton outside its body.

Thailand seems to have a very good farming area, but not enough to feed its whole nation. Plans have embarked from many agricultural authorities in Thailand, which were debated and approved by the parliament, but only helped in decreasing the costs of the farms for farmers and not by providing more agricultural products to the exporting industry and to the people of Thailand.



 

History

Sovereignty Embattled

In 1767, Burmese group captured and destroyed Ayutthaya. Its rich artistic heritage was destroyed, and its royal family banished. The rule of Burmese overlords in Thailand was finished in a Thai rising led by General Pya Taksin, who proclaimed himself king and made Thon Buri his capital. His armies took Chiang Mai, and settled into Cambodia and Laos. However, he became unbalanced and was overthrown, and soon the crown passed to General Pya Chakri, founder of the present Chakri dynasty of Thai kings and of Bangkok, who ruled from 1782 to 1809 as Rama I. He threw off a further Burmese invasion in 1785 and sponsored a great revival of Thai culture to rebuild the glories of Ayutthaya. The British and Thai governments concluded a profitable treaty in 1826, because of the rights and privileges obtained by this agreement, British authority increased in Thailand throughout the remainder of the 19th century. Other states pushed for similar unequal treaties, reducing Thai sovereignty.

With Japanese encouragement and support, Phi bunís government made demands on France, beginning in 1940, for the return of the territory give up in and after 1893. The argument was settled, with Japanese negotiation, in May 1941. By the terms of the agreement, Thailand received about 54,000 sq km of territory, including part of western Cambodia and all of Laos west of the Mekong River. The relations between Japan and Thailand became increasingly close thereafter; Phibun distrusted Japan, but was unable to secure British or French help. On December 8, 1941, a few hours after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the Thai government granted Japan the right to move troops across the country to the Malayan border after a few fights with Japanese troops. Thailand declared war on the United States and Great Britain on January 25, 1942. Phi bunís pro-Japanese government, however, was overthrown in July 1944, after economic crisis and attacks by battle groups loyal to Pridi; Pridi took over, and under his leadership large kindness for the related cause developed among the Thai people.

Thailand accomplished a treaty with Great Britain and India in January 1946, rejecting, among other things, its claims to Malayan territory obtained during the war. Diplomatic relations with the United States were resumed in the same month. In November 1946 Thailand reached an agreement with France providing for the return to France of the territory obtained in 1941. Thailand was admitted to the UN on December 15, 1946, becoming the 55th member. In the meantime, on June 9, 1946, King Ananda Mahidol had died under mysterious conditions. Pridi was wrongly accused of regicide and driven into banish. Regency was appointed to rule during the minority of his brother and successor, King Rama IX.

Democratic Thailand

New elections in September resulted in another coalition government, with a veteran politician, Chuan Leekpai, as Prime Minister. He successfully preserved uninterrupted democratic government through juggling coalition partners. In May 1995 Chuan stepped down after a record period in office (two and a half years) for a democratically elected prime minister in Thailand and called elections when faced with a no-confidence vote over state corruption in land reform. The resulting elections on July 2 produced a coalition dominated by the (formerly opposition) Chart Thai Party.

In March 1996 Prime Minister Banharn Silpa-Archa, leader of the Chart Thai-dominated ruling coalition, appointed a new Senate, the first to be democratically appointed. After several partners, including the Palang Dharma Party, left the coalition over corruption scandals, Banharn was forced to resign in September 1996, and a general election was called. The November 1996 poll, characterized by observers as involving considerable corruption, returned the New Aspiration Party and Democrat Party with almost 250 seats between them, while Chart Thai and Palang Dharmaís support collapsed. The NAP and DP formed the core of a new coalition, headed by General Chaovalit Yongchaiyut of the NAP. In March 1997 the authorities temporarily suspended trading in certain stocks and announced emergency measures, as Thailandís largest finance company, Finance One, nearly collapsed, triggering a financial panic; in May, Thailandís bank spent some US$10,000 million to support the collapsing Thai currency and introduced exchange controls. In August an International Monetary Fund (IMF) rescue package was announced, together with government emergency measures. In October 1997 the new finance minister resigned, followed in November by the prime minister, General Chaovalit, and the entire Cabinet, in the face of mass street demonstrations in Bangkok.

 

 

Policy Statements

Ahmed Al Shimirie: Disarmament

1) Effective implementation of the convention on the prohibition of the development, production, and stockpiling of bacteriological, biological, and toxin weapons and on their destruction

Chemical, Biological, Nuclear weapons are deadly agents used in today wars. These agents can kill many people and are considered weapons of mass destruction. The 1972 Biological Weapons Convention and the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention are the most recent international agreements prohibiting these types of weapons. Both have been signed by many countries. Nevertheless, analysts contend that following the Iran Iraq War, more countries began to secretly develop chemical and biological weapons, and the threat of their use has become greater. Iraq in particular has been accused of stockpiling such weapons and Iraqi resistance to United Nations (UN) weapons inspections in the late 1990s raised international awareness of the need for stronger efforts to control biological and chemical weapons.

Thailand thinks that Mass Destruction Weapons should be banned to prevent injuries and catastrophes. Moreover, those weapons (Agent Orange) were used in there neighboring country by its ally USA in the Vietnamese War. Thailand doesn't want such incidents repeating. Moreover, its neighbor Vietnam does have some of those weapons which is building some stress at the Thailand/Vietnam relationships.

 

2) Prevention of an arms race in outer space

The world had made many achievements in the outer space, and many victories to arrive at foreign far away planets. a cherished point is that the triumph is not held at the hands of a nation, but to the world as whole, because they all had helped in the perfection of the Space system. However, a challenge arises to state whether space is to be used as Star Wars, or as a paradise.

Thailand congratulates the world for the achievements. It would also like embed a hand in the achievements. However, it wants nothing out of war in space. Thailand doesnít believe in aliens, other than terrorist. Thailand condemns and identifies any space armament as plain terrorism that must be banned. It also suggest that UN place there military there to prevent such terrorism.



3) The illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects

There are over 600 million small arms and light weapons (SALW) in circulation worldwide. Of 49 major conflicts in the 1990s, 47 were waged with small arms as the weapons of choice. Small arms are responsible for over half a million deaths per year, including 300,000 in armed conflict and 200,000 more from homicides and suicides.

Thailand is a country that hates terrorism. It also worship the ending of "they lived happily ever after" to be always in the heading of there citizens. However, those illicit weapons are an enemy that Thailand is trying to fight. Those weapons are dangerous and should be banned internationally.

Thailand Neighbor just got a terrorist act that used those light weapons bombing a building. Thailand is now taking more sophisticated procedures and measures to eliminate such actions in its land.



4) Compliance with arms limitation and disarmament obligations, including the treaty on the limitation of anti-ballistic missile systems many

Countries are now at war, some use air force and missiles. Nowadays, hose attacks produce great danger to the Peace and Security of the world. Many proposals of producing a network of protection for UN territories, those who were extremely effective.

Thailand suggests that the UN produce these protection networks, make safety procedures for citizens in danger. In addition, making a safety strategy to evacuate such territories is not a bad suggestion. Some patrols must be appointed at sea, land and air borders.

 

 

 

Environmental issues

Hamad Al Sager

Thailand

 

1. Protection of the global climate for present and future generations of mankind, including ratification and implementation of the Kyoto Protocol.

Thailand proposes that the Security Council should approve on the Kyoto Protocol because it has become a lethal and often mentioned issue. The climate in Thailand has changed unusually causing deforestation and increasing the risk of endangered species. Forest fires have increased dramatically to be one of the most serious issues caused by climate change that resulted in the destruction of many homes and forced many people to the streets. Deforestation has raised the average temperature in Thailand up to 3 oC.

Thailand also has been affected by climate change. Some species in its environment are no longer capable of surviving in the wild unless taken care by humans. A rare butterfly that was captured for its beautiful silk lost its ability of flight because of domestication. Animals are now helping each other, which is very unusual and wrong in the wild. The whole ecosystem is becoming or has become imbalanced. Unless humans start to do something about it, something very serious will be lost and will never come back again.



 

2. The impacts of roads, mining, cities, and other infrastructure developments on land degradation and the loss of wildlife habitats.

Many infra structure developments have caused animals to loose some of its grounds, which caused them to starve. Not much prey is found with fewer grounds. It has also increased the chances of ferocious animals getting in contact with humans because humans were the only prey found to eat. People should instead build preservations for animals to protect them from starvation and death, and to supply them with all their needs until they regain there strength and usual number as a herd. The impact of infrastructure on wildlife would increase the risk of having a higher endangered animalís list. Thailand would like that all countries start to comprehend and understand what will happen after ten years. If the countries donít act fast before the human population doubles after ten years, no chances will be left for regaining the things we have lost. I urge all countries to start preserving wildlife and build crops to sustain life for future generations.



 

3. The provision of, and access to, safe drinking water, especially in the developing world.

Thailand has experienced many deficiencies in their water supply. Most of them are usually caused by pollution. If the human race can reduce the pollution that has been affecting water supplies, then more safe drinking water will be available to the people around the world. Second, many water supplies have come in contact with waste dumps and chemicals, which poses a threat to all the society. Some people even have to boil their water before taking a shower or drinking it.

If countries were suffering from excess water, they can at least invent some way that will avoid the excess water to affect them. Like Thailand has houses built of very strong would called Sadj that can stand hold the water. The way the houses are built are also important because they are built in a way to let the water pass through it. Other countries can get hold of the excess water in Thailand that can become a good source of water for them. The UN policies should vote for the adoption for anti waste products that will stabilize the state of the water in many parts of the world including Thailand.



 

4. Measures to gain necessary compensation for victims of chemical agents.

Victims of chemical agents are increasingly increasing around the world. Reasons may include improper use of chemicals and unknown harms. Wildlife is the most affected parts in the ecosystem that gets in contact with the chemical agents. The wildlife is suffering from chemical agents daily that reach to them by water or by air. Humans come in second because of this catastrophe. When humans take any source of food from the wildlife, this source may contain harmful chemical agents that may cause fatal diseases to humans. Humans may also be victims of chemical agents by addiction of some chemicals. Children can also be the victims of chemical agents. They sometimes have a habit of taking in anything within their reach, causing harmful side effects and long lasting disadvantages.

Keeping in mind that the United States had heavily bombed Laos and Cambodia, neighbors of Thailand, with the chemical Agent Orange. Agent Orange is a chemical that was used in the Vietnam War, and its job was to unveil enemies under dense thick plants. This chemical had a side effect for man causing diseases that were sometimes fatal. Thailand asks all countries of the world to put a stop of using chemicals as mass destructive weapons against enemies. Agent may cause a crisis to humans as DDT caused a crisis to pelicans.

 

 

 

Mohammed Al-Essa

1) Security issues on the internet in relation to personal privacy and international terrorism.

Thailand is a developed country, and sure it has internet and computers, but even Thailand is a free country, which the citizens that live there can do anything they want.

Thailand thinks that every person should have their privacy on the internet and international terrorism, but in some way it should be monitored, because international terrorism is being a big problem after the attack of September 11th by Usama Bin Ladin.



2) Measures to combat racism and aid reconciliation in former African colonies, including South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Thailand is a kind of neutral country when it comes to the African colonies, Thailand is a stable country that would like to help all the nations that need help, but Thailand would like to take small steps till it reaches it goal.

Thailand thinks that the problem of racism should be erased out of peoples mind not only people even nations, the problem of racism is a problem that took our mind, racism is not the only big problem that is going on right now, but still Thailand thinks that it should be solved.



 

3) Implementation of the declaration of commitment on HIV/AIDS.

Aids is a big problem in Thailand Aids are a retrovirus that causes AIDS by infecting helper T cells of the immune system, HIV/AIDS are very dangerous, they are lethal, HIV/AID can be transmitted in a lot of way, and all of the countries are suffering from this issue even Thailand itself HIV/AIDS is a big issue there.

Aids are increasing rapidly in the world, AIDS cause death, and a lot of people are dieing from it, Thailand is trying its best to stop the AIDS problem, and Thailand thinks that all nations should work together and try to stop this issue or at the very least reduce the amount of AIDS, the UN is trying its best to reduce the amount of HIV/AIDS especially in Thailand, nowadays the UN aims to reduce the amount of HIV/AIDS that is going on in the world.



 

4) Strengthening the coordination of the UN humanitarian assistance in cases of natural disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies, with particular attention to reaching the vulnerable and the transition from relief to development.

Natural disasters is a big problem in the world, natural disasters, from natural disasters people die, or get injured, there are a lot of natural disasters that happen over a year, Thailand thinks that natural disasters cannot be stopped, or cannot not injure at least one person.

Thailand thinks that technology should develop for their house, building, etc, for the safe of their children, their future like in Japan, they have houses, and building, that tilt during and earthquake or a natural disaster, Thailand thinks that it is better to spend millions of dollar over technology that would help them, then spending thousand of something that wont help them.

 

 

 

 

Resolutions

 

Ahmed Al-Shimrie

Country: Thailand

Issue: Small Arms

Commission: Disarmament

Reminding 600 million small arms and light weapons (SALW) in circulation worldwide UN Department for Disarmament Affairs,

Aware of 49 major conflicts in the 1990s, 47 were waged with small arms as the weapons of choice UN Department for Disarmament Affairs,

Noting With Deep Concern Small arms are responsible for over half a million deaths per year, including 300,000 in armed conflict and 200,000 more from homicides and suicides UN Department for Disarmament Affairs,

Deeply Disturbed Small arms and light weapons destabilize regions; spark, fuel and prolong conflicts; obstruct relief programs; undermine peace initiatives; exacerbate human rights abuses,

Further Disturbed the explosion in its neighboring friend Malaysia that killed hundreds of innocent citizens,

Recalling resolution #9 of the 9th UN Congress on the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of offenders that regulates firearms usage for purposes of crime prevention and safety of public and on the treatment of crime and offenders UN Department for Disarmament Affairs,

Condemns the fact that a lot of nations sell weapons to dangerous citizens or terrorist, and help them traffic it,

1. Resolves in the creation of an organization called Anti-Firearms Agency AFA that will be headquartered in Geneva and will meet yearly in a random country chosen by the AFA to give countries the freedom of speech so activities can be improved. The AFA will consist of the UN members volunteering. The AFA will have technicians, scientist and investigators from various nationalities and expertise needed. The AFA will do the following tasks:

a) Find solutions from problems that are occurring now in Nations

b) Aid countries in tightening there borders by UN army and/or new gadgets. These wont be given only by the approval of the scientists' approval and the countries approval

c) Aid countries in making awareness programs to citizens about illegal firearms hazardousness by using radios, flyers, TV stations, speakers in public places etc. this awareness funding will be by the AFA

e) Build stations on the required spots of high illegal trafficking according to research by AFA, if they are financially incapable then the AFA will pay for it under the country's permission

i) Those stations will have trained officers from that same country and will be trained to arrest those violators

ii) Those stations will be heavily barricaded to be protected from any terrorist attack

iii) Those stations will sent scouts in the area, undercover or not undercover and they will try to smell the environment

iiii) if the terrorist escape into another country then it will ask country to interfere, or if the AFA have a station there then its officers will arrest them

f) Help countries to provide stricter rules to traffickers, seller, and manufacturers to discourage citizens from committing such crimes

Compensate officers that arrest those violators, poor countries will get an amount of money for compensations to their officers assigned by the AFA employees

g) Provide Nations with specialist that would convince there officers that bribes are a bad thing and shouldnít be taken

2. Further Resolves The AFA will make easier buying system of weapons between selling companies and buyers, for it will do the following:

a) Pay 10% of whatever the country is buying

b) Creates a database of all the weapons sold, and there the responsibility of that country and stamp a serial number on the weapon

c) after a country report an illegally sold weapon, the AFA will send its specialists and check the weapons and collect evidence then report this evidence to the HQ

3. Resolves Countries who are violating and selling, trafficking, or manufacturing illegal weapons to dangerous civilians or terrorist will be

a. reported to the world court and the ICJ

b. advertise the countries violation

c. be banned from the AFA this means

d) That it cannot buy through the AFA, or sell through it

e) It cannot report terrorist acts in nearby countries

e) Media Embarrassment

4. Invites Countries in making a weapons collection month that collects illegal weapons from citizens without punishing them but compensating them;

5. Further Resolves in producing an international license for carrying small arms and to obtain it, then citizen must take tests, made by specialist and experts from law enforcement;

 

 

 

Resolution

Issue: Implementation of the declaration of commitment on HIV/AIDS.

Mohammed Al-Essa: Human Rights

Thailand

Defining HIV/AIDS as "A retrovirus, which causes AIDS by infecting helper T cells of the immune system. The most common serotype, HIV-1, is distributed worldwide, while HIV-2 is primarily confined to West Africa"

Aware of the situation of Asia that is it faces the "Worldís Worst" AIDS epidemic according to CNN news on October 2001;

Having studied that according to BCC News that AIDS treating African economies, due to the rapid increase of HIV/AIDS in the African countries;

Having Adapted that the AIDS cases in the United States of America end downward trend according to CNN News on July 8th 2002;

Keeping in mind that HIV/AIDS has destroyed a generation of gay men according to Hobart and William smith collages of Anthropology and Sociology;

Observing that 75% that have STDís (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) are people who range from the age 15 to 24 years old according to Health Life, Studentsí self care life;

Bearing in mind that 75% of females and 50% of males have few or no symptoms, but can still transmit HIV/AIDS symptoms may show up two to four weeks after according to Health Life, Studentsí self care life;

Realizing the early symptoms that happen and they are fatigue, lost of apatite, weight loss, and a lot more according to Health life;


1. Resolves the formation of the organization that going to be called UNHAID (The United Nation Help for the Acquired Immune Deficiency syndrome).

a. The headquarter will be selected by the United Nations, and this organization would have six sub-organization, one in every continent,

b. The main organization will contain five hundred doctors with PHD specialized in treating HIV/AIDS and two hundred scientist specialized in researching and finding a cure for HIV/AIDS,

c. Each sub-organizations would contain two hundred specialized doctor with PHD to help the people that are effected with HIV/AIDS, and fifty scientist specialized in researching a cure for HIV/AIDS,

d. The organization and sub-organizations will have an annual meting in May discussing what they did over the year.

2. Recommends the all countries allow the UNHIAD to build private medical centers and hospitals for people who are infected with HIV/AIDS,

a. For developed countries the UNHAID will position private medical centers for people who are infected with HIV/AIDS, and the UNHIAD will supply it with the available medical supplies,

b. For undeveloped countries the UNHAID will position mobile clinics, and supply them with up to date medical supplies, and that would be supplied by the UNHAID.

3. Draws the attention the all medicine, that are used for treating HIV/AIDS, will be cheaper in all pharmacies, and medical hospitals, if and only if the they have a prescription from a doctor, and all the medicines will be supplied by the UNHAID,

4. Further resolves that all member state to take measures into trying to reduce the amounts of HIV/AIDS by;

a. Border patrol, by putting military forces on each side of the border that they would secure what does go in and out of the country, and they will submit an annual report monthly of what went in and out of the country.

b. Mother to baby, to test if the mother is affected with HIV/AIDS is yes therefore the mother is advised to have caesarean, so the baby in her wont be affected by HIV/AIDS or then both will die since there is no cure yet for HIV/AIDS,

c. Syringes, all hospitals must check their syringes before inserting it in a persons body, they should have clean, not used syringes and that should test them before they use them,

d. Sex, every time a person whether a man or a women over the age of fifteen if went and bought things from the supermarket or a shopping mall or a pharmacyÖetc, will have a piece of condom placed in his bag of items.

5. Urges all nation to further alert people about the effects of HIV/AIDS in many ways such as,

a. Articles in magazines, newspapers, handouts, etc: The UNHIAD will provide for developed and undeveloped countries all the magazines and handouts needed to help decrease the amount of HIV/AIDS worldwide,

b. Forming a HIV/AIDS awareness month: that will be established in every country, the country will decide were and how will they hold and organize it due to the cultural or religious beliefs,

c. Advertisements on television and radio: The UNHAID will help the undeveloped and developed countries that do not have advertisements on television and radio, to educate them by making up story and passing them on from a country to another,

d. Education: The UNHAID will educate the undeveloped countries that the HIV/AIDS amount increases rapidly over the year;

e. Mass media: many different methods of advertisement have been presented so if a person cannot have access to one, they can get access to others;

6. Requests that all nations try to get rid of prostitutes by placing under covered police men and women that can be part of the plans that are

a. Plan A: Under Cover women will be dressed as prostates and arrest some of the prostitutes that they would find because all prostitutes are always together,

b. Plan B: Under Cover cops will go to the hang out of the prostitutes and hire them as him as he his like other men and then take them to a police office and arrest them,

c. Plan C: That all under cover men and women cops will work together to find all the prostitutes and arrest them by;

i. Women dressing up as prostitutes, and then the under covered men would go where all of them hang out by midnight and arrest a couple every night.

 

 

 

 

 

Delegate: Hamed Al Sager

Country: Thailand

Committee: Environmental

Issue: Protection of the global climate for present and future generations of mankind, including ratification and implementation of the Kyoto Protocol.


Defining the destruction of the ecosystem as an act of mankind that symbolizes stupidity and miss action.

Draws the attention to the United Nations that every second, the world looses a part of its forest equivalent to two soccer fields as of www.rainforestweb.org

Designates that nothing effective has been done to stop this outrageous loss (except the list of endangered species) to the ecosystem. Iím talking specifically about plants.

Notes that mankind not only is destroying the ecosystem, but is also affecting the lives of his own kind too.

Regrets that some nations of the world canít do anything about their excess need of resources from the ecosystem, including their low budget.


Encourages all of the environmental organizations of the world to:

a) Decrease the amount of lumber extracted from forests daily.

b) Stop killing wild animals that are rare and are vital to the ecosystem which are also found in low numbers.

c) Stop the pollution of air, ground, and sea. Instead, try to invent a way that will work on getting rid of wastes.

d) Stop the use of mass destruction weapons.

Urges all countries of the world to approve on the Kyoto protocol, for Thailand thinks that it is a great step towards saving the environment.

Requests that a limit is to be issued to lumber companies:

a) Any of these lumber companies should replace a place with greenery anywhere in the world equivalent to how much they have destroyed.

b) A fine is to be established for those who disobey this limit.

Trusts that all the countries of the world will stop the use mass destruction weapons, like harmful chemical agents, against the wildlife.

Deplores that any country having the power, or is willing to demolish another country, stop using chemical agents to do the job. This will affect anything that stands between the enemy and the destroyer.

Have resolved that true world cooperation will save the environment from the every day destruction and pollution.

 

 

 

 

Opening speech


Ambassador Mohammed Al-Essa

Sa-wat dee (Hello)

Welcome from the land of the most beautiful cities in the world, welcome from the land were life is build by happiness, welcome from the land were the face of the Buddha is carved on tree, and welcome from the land where city lights are always light and shining, the free land of Thai welcomes you all. The problem of HIV/AIDS is one dilemma that infects every single country present here today either directly or indirectly. HV/AIDS is a plague that without cooperation and effort of countries could never diminish or with hope to the future; ever cease to exist

Nations please the country of Thailand present in front of you here today to try here and come up with a solution the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

My brothers ad sisters let us unite as one, and for this cause resolve our differences, and try to come up with a solution to decrease the effort if HIV/AIDS worldwide.

(Knorb koon) Thank you.

 

 

Statement of Delegates


Mohammed Ambassador Social

KFSAC as usual was held in Kuwait, it took place in ASK, and AIS, the first and last day was at ASK and the second day was held at AIS, KFSAC went great, it was a successful event, and their I as the ambassador of Thailand I merged my resolution and came out to be the main submitter, I wrote a resolution about HIV/AIDS, but we did not get to debate it.

Thank you


Hamed Al- Sager V. Ambassador Environmental

It was a great experience for me to participate in the 2002 KFSAC MUN. Although I still hold some problems that may be solved later on in my MUN career. All in all, I had a lot of fun. I, solemnly say that I was the most delegates that spoke in the Environmental commission. I have to say that most delegates didnít want to speak, but that was because it was their first MUN event probably. Most of the time I went against all resolutions, even though they were against my policies. Thatís because I wanted to make my country much more interesting than it already.

Last, I would like to thank my fellow partners, and Ambassador, Mohammed Al Essa, Ahmed AL Shimirie, And Abdullah Bourhamah for making this a great MUN for me. It was also the first time Iíve seen delegates work together to overthrow the chair. I would never forget that. Finally, thank you Mr. Dan.


Ahmed Al Shimirie Disarmament

At KFSAC, Thailand was a very active attacker for every different resolution. In addition, Thailand accused most of the resolutions of blackmail, bribery, brainwash, or intervention with National Sovergnity. All resolution was passed in the Disarmament committee. Thailand knows that all the delegates there voted because of [personal issues.


Abdullah Bourhamah