United Nations Security Council Resolution 36

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UN Security Council
Resolution 36
Date November 1 1947
Meeting no. 219
Code S/597 (Document)
Subject The Indonesian question
Voting summary
7 voted for
1 voted against
3 abstained
Result Adopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council Resolution 36, adopted on November 1, 1947, noted that according to a report by the Consular Commission, no attempt has been made by either side (the Netherlands and Indonesian Republicans) in the Indonesian National Revolution to come to compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 27. The resolution called upon the parties concerned to take action to bring the resolution into effect.

The resolution was approved by seven votes to one against (from Poland) and three abstentions from Colombia, Syria and the Soviet Union.

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