MUNSC held first mock session in this academic year

(Photo - MUNSC)On 30 October 2014, Model United Nations Slovenia Club has held its very first mock session in this academic year. New and old members, together with the Executive Board have gathered at 6 pm at the premises of Faculty of Social sciences.

(Photo - MUNSC)Meeting has started by everyone introducing themselves and continued with the introduction to the Rules of Procedure. Head Delegate, Vid Tomić, firstly introduced and explained all the basic rules needed for a simulation, and later on showed the theory also on the video. After consuming all the knowledge, delegates were assigned placards with their chosen state and the mock has officially started. New members started by presenting their Opening statements on topic of Capital punishment, while more experienced members became more active in the second part of the debate, where they discussed reasons for capital punishment, its justifications, different cultural views and beliefs on it. Heated debate has emerged between countries with a long tradition of using capital punishment on one side and countries that strongly believe killing people as a form of punishment if outdated. Chairs, namely President of MUNSC Nikolina Čenić and Head Delegate Vid Tomić, were very happy to see new and inexperienced members eagerly joining the debate as well.

(Photo - MUNSC)

Meeting has started by everyone introducing themselves and continued with the introduction to the Rules of Procedure. Head Delegate, Vid Tomić, firstly introduced and explained all the basic rules needed for a simulation, and later on showed the theory also on the video. After consuming all the knowledge, delegates were assigned placards with their chosen state and the mock has officially started. New members started by presenting their Opening statements on topic of Capital punishment, while more experienced members became more active in the second part of the debate, where they discussed reasons for capital punishment, its justifications, different cultural views and beliefs on it. Heated debate has emerged between countries with a long tradition of using capital punishment on one side and countries that strongly believe killing people as a form of punishment if outdated. Chairs, namely President of MUNSC Nikolina Čenić and Head Delegate Vid Tomić, were very happy to see new and inexperienced members eagerly joining the debate as well.

Article by: Meliha Muherina

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