Members of the United Nations, for long the rights of the traditional ethnic groups of South Africa have not only been ignored, but actively prosecuted and curbed by the Apartheid Regime. Such blatant violations of the most basic Human rights take place daily within the nation in a rampart scale. The simple fact that such measures even take place within a nation that is a member of this Assembly is truly shocking to the Soviet Union and to several other powers here represented. Due to that, we believe that since the Government refuses to voluntarily end apartheid, the United Nations must take take action and establish sanctions on South Africa until they see to reason.
Thus, the Soviet Delegation proposes the following resolution to the General Assembly of the United Nations, to be effective immediately:
Clearly, the Soviet Union votes yes for this resolution.
The General Assembly,
Deeply concerned with the situation of Apartheid in South Africa
Recognizing the large scale abuse of basic Human rights within the nation
Taking into consideration the welfare of all ethnic groups in South Africa
1. Condemns the Republic of South Africa for its use of Institutionalized segregation (Apartheid)
2. Reaffirms the unaliable human rights of the coloured citizens of the South African Republic
3. Requests the establishment of Minor Economic & Commercial sanctions on the South African Republic
4. Designates that the UN Resolution 282, which established a voluntary arms emabrgo to South Africa, be made mandatory to all member states.
5. Further requests that other member states issue their own sanctions against South Africa as a measure of protest against apartheid.