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Politics-Original Parody

the Terrijos-Carter Treaty on Panama Canal Dealing with the situation in Southern Africa, the Draft attacks the military aggression by the South African regime, its use of mercenaries against Seychelles and accuses the Western countries for being reluctant to use their enormous influence to force the Pretoria regime to comply with the UN plan for Namibian independence. The best way to counter the attempts to undermine the central role of the UN is for the Security Council to re- assume its primary responsibility. On the Indian Ocean, the Draft condemns the big powers for their search for military bases and the establishment of a new command structure and demands the return of Chagos Archipelago to Mauritius. While supporting the Fez summit proposals the Draft notes that the Palestinian question cannot be "fragmented or confined to certain aspects to the exclusion of other"

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