By Martina Gutierrez Lunstedt
The third day of JoMUN has seen powerful and heated debates.
GA3 started with some heated debates about freedom of the press with the delegate of South Sudan getting the support of most of the delegation to pass his amendment against the People’s Republic of China’s position.
Ashlan Idell representing Ethiopia in the debate
It was an enjoyable debate and the delegates seemed to be very intrigued and sometimes couldn’t hold their laughs in.
In the ECOSOC room, there were debates about fostering the sustainability of African Economies and in this room, the delegate of the People’s Republic of China was making bold and powerful statements and seemed to have the support of the majority of the delegation, the delegate of South Africa was also making good points but not everyone supported her brilliant ideas.
More updates to come.