Position Paper for the Human Rights Council
The issue before the Human Rights Council is: the rising number of refugees emigrating for the nation of Iraq as a result of the crisis there. The Republic of Korea is a proud member of the Regional Alliance of Peaceful Countries and the United Nations. The Republic of Korea is however not in favor of the unregulated immigration of Iraqi immigrants through its borders, and save for a few exceptions will not allow Iraqis to immigrate into their country. We recognize the general need for an open policy for the refugees of this country; however, we do not believe that it is the responsibility of the Republic of Korea to allow these refugees to cross their borders. We believe that the responsibility should be placed on larger more prominent nations who can afford to allow them to immigrate past their borders without interfering with the nation’s tranquility.
I. A Review of the United Nations regulation of human rights
The Republic of Korea will remain in a constant state of approval for the United Nations policies on the rights of human’s to help regulate the relations of human beings throughout the world. We completely sustain the proposal of allowing the entirety of refugees from the country of Iraq to emigrate their current inhabitance, which has clearly become hazardous, and become citizens of other countries. We believe that countries other than our own should allow all immigrants from the nation of Iraq to enter their country without stipulations. In addition the Republic of Korea supports all rulings made by the United Nations in conjunction with the given situation. The Republic of Korea; however, will not fund any solutions presented to rectify this situation which has arisen. Korea is not a wealthy country and cannot pay for such expenses. It should be the task of larger countries with more prominent affluence than our own country.
II. Republic of Korea’s proposed method of...