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  • UN ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMME
  • UN Women
  • UN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANISATION
  • UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES
  • UN OFFICE FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
  • SPECPOL
  • UN ADVANCED GENERAL ASSEMBLY
  • UN SECURITY COUNCIL
  • UN ACCORD DE PARIS
  • ORGANISATION OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT
  • ARCTIC COUNCIL
  • COUNCIL OF EUROPE
  • GADDAFI’S CABINET
  • JOINT CRISIS CABINET

JOINT CRISIS CABINETS

Background

JCC: Elections of 1979
The 1979 election holds an important place in the history of the United Kingdom. The Conservative Party, led by Margaret Thatcher, who would later be nicknamed The Iron Lady, increased the numbers of seats by 62 to 43.9%, winning 339 seats and securing a majority in the House of Commons. This victory by the Conservatives continued in all three subsequent elections. As a result of these elections, Thatcher became the first female prime minister of Europe and the United Kingdom.
Throughout the conference, respectful members of two different part: The Conservative Party and the Labour Party will be trying to do their bests to win the elections.

Under Secretaries-General: İkbal Baş & Ju Young Han