Iran, Central African Republic suspended from UN voting rights

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According to Article 19 of the United Nations Charter, if a country’s debt to the organization is greater than the payment it has made in the past 2 years, that country’s right to vote in the Assembly General of the United Nations is suspended.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, in a letter he sent to Volkan Bozkır, president of the 75th UN General Assembly, said that Iran and the Central African Republic could not pay their dues to time.

United Nations 75th General Assembly spokesman President Brenden Varma also told reporters that Iran and the Central African Republic do not have the right to vote in the United Nations General Assembly at this point. .

For Iran to vote in the UN General Assembly, at least 16 million 251 thousand dollars and the Central African Republic must pay 29 thousand 365 thousand dollars to the UN.

The Comoros, Sao Tome and Principe and Somalia are among the countries in arrears of payment to the UN, but these 3 African countries will be able to vote at the UN General Assembly until September.

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