COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS FOR 1997
General Committee ...................................Student's Name
Second Committee "A"
Second Committee "B"
ADDITIONAL OAS MEMBER STATE RESPONSIBILITIES*
A. Mexico and Cuba
B. Chile, Peru, and Ecuador:
C. Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay:
D. Guyana, Suriname, and Panama:
E. Commonwealth Caribbean:
F. Dominican Republic and Haiti:
G. Guatemala, Honduras & El Salvador:
H. Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Belize:
I. Canada and the United States:
J. Colombia and Venezuela:
*Students will be assigned a group of countries from this list and will be expected to do sufficient research to understand and explain each country's position in contrast to that of the country we are representing, i.e., Brazil. For example, what issues are of most concern to the country? How will it mostly likely vote on the agenda topics you are concerned with, and other agenda topics? Which voting blocs will it mostly be part of? What would "voting in character" mean for the countries that you are responsible for? Or any other critical information that will be important to our role in the Model OAS. [The preceding is essentially the same as in items II, III, and IV of the Porfolio instructions explained above]The members of this year's MOAS team should be able to sort out the differences among the members of the OAS from MOAS 16. Remember: The MOAS is a simulation of the General Assembly of the OAS, a multilateral body made up of 34 participating members.
ARTICLE AND PHOTO OF 1997'S DELEGATION TO THE M.O.A.S.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE FINAL REPORT
DELEGATE PORTFOLIO INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARATION SCHEDULE FOR 1997
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