Unanimous Primary Drug Security in the Philippines

Earlier today, the Security Council began discussing measures to cease the trade of narcotics and narcotic related violence in the southeast Asia with regard to the Philippines.

With a modest yet thorough approach they had already passed three second-degree amendments by 10:30, forming a coherent first operative clause. Focusing on preventing young adults from drug abuse, in an attempt to lower long term drug trafficking, the Security Council has unanimously voted in favour of tackling this issue through supported primary school education.

With a productive start to the day, the Security Council can confidently progress towards tackling this issue.



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