Today we change to topic A: colonialism.The delegates from Spain and West Sahara paid us a visit so that we could ask them questions regarding their status and positions.
Germany proposed a motion to temporarily expell the United States, which did not pass but seemed to affect the American delegation, who stated that Independence did not have to be the only option. Surprisingly considering the topic, Great Britain remained worryingly silent. Even though it’s though it’s the nation with the most colonies out of all of them, it did not seem to have much to contribute to the debate.
Clearly this topic incites very passionate reactions. After China’s proposal for a motion to discuss the Falkland Islands, Argentina and the United States had a very heated debate. China was also attacked because of their stance with Tibet, as well as Russia's stance with Crimea.
The State of Palestine is clearly very passionate about this topic.Once they talked about Puerto Rico, the delegates united against America and the Trump administration.
The United States tried to defent its ally Great Britain, but it seemed hypocritial of them to attack the other nations when they did not always listen to the pleas of their autonomous territories.
Various countries came together after Germany proposed creating a working paper on a measure to try to aid those autonomous regions who need to become financially stable before seeking independence. The general consensus was that it is crucial to help all citizens to live in democracy.