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« on: August 11, 2023, 03:17:56 PM »

The British delegation  formally opposes both motions from the representative of the Japanese Emperor.

Elections have been scheduled in India in compliance with the applicable laws. At this time there is no legitimate argument to be made that Mr. Jinnah is any more representative of the will of the Indian people than the current representative. Allowing the League to arbitrarily designate a nationís representative is a dangerous precedent that, surely, no member of this body wants to head towards. Suppose that a delegate moved to seat, perhaps, a member of the Kodoha faction as the representative of the Japanese people? What then? The representative of the Japanese Emperor speaks of undue influence on domestic affairs - how is his motion any different?

The people of New Zealand are a proud, capable, independent people. Although the Kiwi and the British are united in the bonds of Empire, it cannot be alleged that the domestic affairs of the Islands are ruled by a bureaucrat in London. The people of New Zealand have successfully and democratically elected their own Prime Minister since the 1850. New Zealand has a strong, proud history as a representative democracy - more so than many other members - and to deny their seat in this body would be an affront to the ideals that this League was established to protect.
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« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2023, 09:59:01 AM »

The British delegation abstains from the discussion and vote on Soviet membership.
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