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tions. The portion of paragraph 6(b) on repre-
sentation for the "minorities" required a roll-call
vote. It was passed by 32 to 7, with 20 absten-
tions.*^ Paragraph 6 as a whole then passed by
47 to 7, with 5 abstentions.

Paragraph 7 (on the manner of appointment of
the Libyan representatives to the council) was
approved by 47 to 5, with 5 abstentions. The first
part of paragraph 8 (on the commissioner's being
guided by the advice of members of his council)
was adopted by 48 to 0, with 11 abstentions. The
second part of paragraph 8 (authorizing the com-
missioner to call upon different members of the
council to "advise him in respect of different
regions or different subjects") passed by 43 to 4,
with 11 abstentions. Paragraph 8 as a whole was
then adopted by 46 to 0, with 11 abstentions.

Paragraph iO (on the functions of the admin-
istering powers prior to independence) , as amended
by China,*"^ was adopted by 50 to 0, with 6 absten-
tions. Paragraph 11 (on the admission of Libya
to membership in the United Nations when it
became independent) passed by 56 to 0, with 1
abstention. It was then decided that section A
should not be voted on as a whole, since the Com-
mittee had not yet determined whether there would
be one comprehensive resolution or three separate
resolutions on the former colonies.



VOTING ON SECTION B (ITALIAN SOMALILAND)



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