Sunday, December 13, 2009

Resolution paper: Preambular Clauses

Note: AT THE FIRST PART OF THE RESOLUTION PAPER, WE HAVE THE PREAMBULAR CLAUSES. THIS IS WHERE THE GENERAL EXPRESSION OF CONCERN TO THE ISSUE IS STATED. ALSO IT AIMS TO REMIND OR RECALL PAST ACTIONS OF THE U.N OR ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTORS IN REGARD TO THE ISSUE AT HAND. AT THE START OF EACH PREAMBULAR CLAUSES WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS:


Affirming
Alarmed by
Approving
Aware of
Bearing in mind
Believing
Confident
Contemplating
Convinced
Declaring
Deeply concerned
Deeply conscious
Deeply convinced
Deeply disturbed
Deeply regretting
Desiring
EmphasizingExpecting
Expressing its appreciation
Expressing its satisfaction
Fulfilling
Fully alarmed
Fully aware
Fully believing
Further deploring
Further recalling
Guided by
Having adopted
Having considered
Having considered further
Having devoted attention
Having examined
Having heard
Having receivedHaving studied
Keeping in mind
Noting with regret
Noting with deep concern
Noting with satisfaction
Noting further
Noting with approval
Observing
Reaffirming
Realizing
Recalling
Recognizing
Referring
Seeking
Taking into account
Taking into consideration
Taking note
Viewing with appreciation
Welcoming

*YOU MAY USE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DEPENDING ON YOUR INTENDED MESSAGE/THOUGHT.*

*CHECKOUT THE FOLLOW UP POST FOR THE SAMPLE FORMAT OF A RESOLUTION
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