1. Russian Federation
2. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland
3. United States of America
8. Ivory Coast
9. Equatorial Guinea
17. United Arab Emirates
22. Humans Right Watch
23. International Federations for Human Rights
24. Arab League
THE ISRAEL PALESTINE CONFLICT
Since 1947, the history of the region between the two countries has been violent. Nowadays, a third Intifada has become a potencial threat and the Security Council of the United Nations must intervine to maintain peace.
For historical reasons, the Security Council – in the effects of being one of the most influential organizations inside the United Nations- has the special procedure of the veto power. This is that any project should not be disapproved by any of the permanent members of the Council (China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States of America) to be authorized.