Country: The Kingdom of Nepal

Event: Pearl-MUN 2004


Student: Bader Al-Omairi



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The Nepalese National Anthem

Nepal

Latin Transliteration
Shri man gumbhira nepali prachanda pratapi bhupati
Shri pach sarkar maharajadhiraja ko sada rahos unnati
Rakhun chi rayu eeshale praja phailiyos pukaraun jaya premale
Hami nepali bhaeesarale.

English:

May glory crown you, courageous Sovereign,
You, the gallant Nepalese,
Shri Pansh Maharajadhiraja, our glorious ruler,
May he live for many years to come
And may the number of his subjects increase.
Let every Nepalese sing this with joy.




Nepal





Country Profile


Political structure:

Nepal is a constitutional monarchy although the monarchy has more power than the governmental party. The monarchy is King GYANENDRA is the monarchy. The capital is Kathmandu. Nepal has only one party and it is a democratic party. Nepal became independent in the year 1768, made a constitution in 9 November 1990. In the 1900ís Nepal was the least developed country in the world because 80% of the population was laborers.

 

Geography:

Nepalís bordering countries are china and India. Nepal is landed locked; it is in the Tibetan region at the Himalayas. Nepalís main rivers flow generally N to S and empty into the Ganges River in India. The three major rivers crossing the country are the Karnali, Kosi, and Narayani rivers. The country has no sizable lakes.

 

Cultural factors:

The population number is in Nepal is 19,525,000. That consists of Indian and Nepalese. The Indians came from the south and the Nepalese came from the north. The Tibeto-Nepalese group comprises several different ethnic groups including Newar, Bhutia, Sherpa, Gurung, Magar, Tamang, Rai, and Limbu people. There is also a small Muslim population mainly located in the Tari. There are no ethnic or religious conflicts. Their religions are Hindu and Buddha.

 

Economy:

Nepal has many natural resources and they are Magnetite, talc, garnet, and limestone. There are also deposits of mica, copper, iron ore, ochre, lignite, and cobalt. Nepal also exports Clothing, carpets, edible goods, leather goods, and consumer goods. Transportation equipment, fertilizer, petroleum products, and chemicals are imported. Nepalís trades mainly with India, but they also trade with Germany, Singapore, and Japan. The monetary system of Nepal is the Nepalese rupee (49.4 rupees equal US. $1; 1995). The fiscal is $665 million. The external debt is $1.1 billion.

 

Defense:

Nepalís main military force is Royal Nepalese Army (includes Royal Nepalese Army Air Service), Nepalese Police Force. Nepal gets all its weapons from the UN and does not export weapons.

 

View of the world:

Nepal has been a member of the United Nations since 1955 and participates in several international agencies such as the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization; the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization; the World Health Organization; and the Economic Council for Asia and the Far East, and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Nepalís allied countries are India, china and US., but India is a more involved with Nepal.

 

History:

Newars have been in the Valley of Nepal independently since the 4th century AD till Forces under a raja of the Rajput military caste, in flight from invading Muslims, over ran Nepal in 1324, and his descendants continued to rule until 1768. Following consolidation of their power, the Gurkhas attempted (1790) the conquest of Tibet, but they were defeated two years later by a Chinese force, which briefly occupied part of Nepal. Relations between the Gurkhas and the British in India were governed by treaty from 1791 to 1803, when, as a result of frontier disputes, the British withdrew their representative from the Nepalese capital. Friction increased steadily during the next decade and finally, in November 1814, the British declared war on Nepal. The ensuing conflict ended (1815) in victory for the British. Under the terms of the peace agreement, ratified in 1816, the Nepalese government relinquished an extensive section of the Terai and other border territories.

 

 

 

Policy statements



Issue # 1: The issue of rights and availability of generic drugs:

Generic drugs are drugs made cheaper than drugs the original drugs. They are cheaper and they are named after the chemical name no the manufacturers. They are used for selling in poor countries. These drugs will help Nepal take care of diseases and viruses better. And Nepal needs generic drugs because of itís a poor country.

 

Issue # 2: The issue of displaced people:

Displaced people are people how live in a country taken by another country. Most of the populations become refuges in another country. This is important to Nepal because we have Bhutan refuges in our country. There are over 90,500 refuges from Bhutan in Nepal. They get food and supplies from United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

 

Issue # 3: The issue of the trade of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction:

The trade of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction is an illegal trade of mass destruction weapons. Nepal takes this very seriously. W signed a treaty with the UN Preparatory Committee for the 2005 Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).

 

 

 

Resolution

 

Resolution by: Bader Al Omairi
Country: Nepal
Issue: displaced people around the world

Defining displaced people are people living out of the country with no choice,

Taking into consideration these people have no homes and taken from their rights and will,

Welcoming the fact that there are 16.5 million displaced people representing 50 per cent of the world's population,

Noting with regret there are 90,500 Bhutan refuges in Nepal,

Keeping in mind that the UNCHR is one of the few that help,

1. Resolves the formation of a UNDPW (United Nations Displaced People in the World) the organization will include 5 experts that will find a way to compromise the countryís (and) to accommodates the displaced people. There will be 10 country to which will voted in the general assembly, run this council;

2. Proclaims that the UNDPW will have headquarters be in the following countries:
A. Singapore city, Singapore, to cover the Asian region,
B. Beirut, Lebanon, to cover the Middle East region,
C. Jamaica, to cover the American region,
D. Berlin, Germany, to cover the Europe region;

3. Further resolves that once countries are member they will give donations and funding for the displaced people, such as taking the rights of larger countries that take over other countries example the Sheehan in Russia, or Palestine and Israel. The foundation shall fight countries that do not agree to set the other county peacefully with war if necessary.
A. Each country will be requested for if involved, the country can volunteer to fund or if it has information it should speak up;
B. Every month their will be a meeting of the nations to decide what to do about a matter(like a invasion);
C. This will comply to any country that has an invasion or has bin ruled by another country with no choice;
D. The will be punishment will be decided by the general assembly;

4. Resolves that if progress is made the foundation will change to any problem in civil problem like parts of Iraq.

 

 

 

Opening speech



Nepal is the mountains that hold our beautiful sky. Our monarch is King GYANENDRA.

Nepal loves the world, and will help in any chance of world peace. The world is a beautiful sphere that needs help. Nepal thinks the UN will achieve this and the most important issues are displaced people.