UN Security Council resolution 1924

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UN Security
Council Resolution 1924
Date: May 27, 2010
Meeting: 6323
Identifier: S / RES / 1924 ( document )

Poll: Pro: 15  Ent. : 0  Cons: 0
Object: The situation in Ivory Coast
Result: Accepted

Composition of the Security Council 2010:
Permanent members:

China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China CHN FRA GBR RUS USAFranceFrance  United KingdomUnited Kingdom  RussiaRussia  United StatesUnited States 

Non-permanent members:
AustriaAustria AUT BIH BRA GAVE JPNBosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina  BrazilBrazil  GabonGabon  JapanJapan 
LebanonLebanon LBN MEX NGA TUR UGAMexicoMexico  NigeriaNigeria  TurkeyTurkey  UgandaUganda 

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Map of Ivory Coast, which was divided after the civil war, including the buffer zone between the civil war parties, which has since been dissolved.

The Resolution 1924 of the UN Security Council is a resolution that the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously in 6323. meeting on 27 May, 2010. She dealt with the situation in Ivory Coast and extended the mandate of the Opération des Nations Unies en Côte d'Ivoire (ONUCI).


Before the 2010 presidential elections , the first round of which was planned for October 31, 2010, the situation in Ivory Coast was tense. The election was originally scheduled for 2005, but has since been postponed several times.

There was a de facto division in the country. The rebels of the Forces Nouvelles de Côte d'Ivoire (FN) held the northern part and government troops ruled the southern part of the Ivory Coast. The division of the country was the result of the civil war that raged between 2002 and 2007 in the Ivory Coast , to whose prehistory the exclusion of candidates and voters with a migration background from the northern neighboring states of Ivory Coast and the like. a. in the presidential elections in Ivory Coast in 1995 and 2000 belongs.

The ONUCI existed since April 4, 2004 and was entitled to use the weapon to protect the civilian population. She had a mandate to stop hostilities and the movement of armed groups in the country. This was followed by the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of the fighters, the destruction of all weapons and the repatriation and resettlement of the civilian population. Their tasks also included providing humanitarian aid, reorganizing state administration, organizing open, free, fair and transparent elections, maintaining public order, observing human rights and making public information available.


The Security Council referred to earlier resolutions 1911 (January 28, 2010), 1893 (May 27, 2010) and the statements of its President on the situation in Ivory Coast. He also referred to Resolution 1885 (September 15, 2009) on the situation in Liberia .

Security Council members noted that the situation in Ivory Coast still " posed a threat to world peace and security in the region ".

ONUCI's mandate was extended to June 30, 2010, as was the instruction to the French troops to support ONUCI.

The Security Council also decided to remain active on the matter.

Web links

Wikisource: Original text of the resolution  - sources and full texts (English)

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d Resolutions and decisions of the Security Council from August 1, 2009 to July 31, 2010. (pdf; 513 kB) In: United Nations website. Retrieved June 18, 2012 .