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UN Security Council
Resolution 7
Date: June 26 1946
Meeting no.: 49
Code: S/RES/7 (Document)

Subject: The impact of Spain's dictatorship on International Peace and Security
Result: Adopted

Security Council composition in 1946:
permanent members:

Flag of the Republic of China.svg CHN  FRA  UK  USA  USSR

non-permanent members:
 AUS  BRA  EGY
 MEX  NED  POL

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The Flag of Spain under Franco

United Nations Security Council Resolution 7, adopted on June 26, 1946, was reaffirmed, and upon review of the findings of the sub-committee formed by Security Council Resolution 4, they decided to condemn the Franco regime and to keep the situation under "continuous observation".

The resolution was adopted in parts, and therefore no vote was taken on the text as a whole.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 7
by the United Nations
←Indexes: United Nations Security Council Resolutions
7 (1946). Resolution of 26 June 1946

Whereas the Security Council on 29 April 1946 appointed a Sub-Committee to investigate the situation in Spain, and

Whereas the investigation of the Sub-Committee has fully confirmed the facts which led to the condemnation of the Franco régime by the Potsdam and San Francisco Conferences, by the General Assembly at the first part of its first session and by the Security Council by resolution of the date mentioned above [resolution 4 (1946)],

The Security Council

Decides to keep the situation in Spain under continuous observation and maintain it upon the list of matters of which it is seized, in order that it will be at all times ready to take such measures as may become necessary to maintain international peace and security. Any member of the Security Council may bring the matter up for consideration by the Council at any time.

Adopted at the 49th meeting.[1]

[1] The draft resolution was adopted in parts. No vote was taken on the text as a whole.

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