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Membership of Principal Organs of the
The General Assembly consists of representatives of all states Members of the United Nations. As of December 31, 1946 these states were: Afghanistan
Poland Costa Rica
Republic of the Cuba
Saudi Arabia Denmark
Siam Dominican Republic
Sweden 1 Ecuador
Turkey El Salvador
Ukrainian Soviet Ethiopia
Socialist Republic France
Union of South Africa Greece
Union of Soviet Guatemala
Socialist Republics Haiti
United Kingdom of Great Honduras
Britain and Northern Ireland Iceland 1
United States of America India
The Security Council
The Economic and Social Council
Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic
Term EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 1948:
• Three non-permanent members are elected each year for terms of two years. At the first election of the non-permanent members Egypt, Mexico, and the Netherlands were elected for a special initial term of one year; their terms expired Dec. 31, 1946.
* Six members are elected each year for a term of three years. At the first election the following states were elected for the special initial term of one year: Colombia, Greece, Lebanon, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, United States, and Yugoslavia.
Re-elected at Second Part of First Session of the General Assembly to normal term of three years.
The Trusteeship Council
STATES ADMINISTERING TRUST TERRITORIES:
STATES Not ADMINISTERING TRUST TERRITORIES:
Members by Virtue of Being Permanent Members of the Secur
ity Council: China Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
United States Elected at Second Part of First Session of the General Assembly
to Three-Year Term Expiring December 31, 1949: Iraq Mexico
* Elected at Second Part of First Session of the General Assembly to unexpired term of Belgium, which resigned.
* Elected at First Part of First Session of the General Assembly to the special initial term of two years.
The International Court of Justice 8 TERM EXPIRES 1955:
M. Jules Basdevant (France)
Dr. José Philadelpho de Barros Azevedo (Brazil)
Lic. Isidro Fabela Alfaro (Mexico)
Dr. Milovan Zoricic (Yugoslavia)
8 Following election of the Judges, lots were drawn to determine the three, six, and nine-year terms of office of the members of the Court under art. 13 of the Statute of the Court. Future elections will be for the normal nine-year term of office.