Quincuagésima novena Sesión Plenaria, 12 de diciembre de 1946." FUENTE DE LA TRADUCCIÓN AL CASTELLANO: ---- UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DURING ITS FIRST SESSION 32 (I) 9 February 1946 RELATIONS OF MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS WITH SPAIN 32 (I).
It was part of the conspiracy that Franco's full belligerency should be postponed until a time to be mutually agreed upon." The General Assembly, Convinced that the Franco Fascist Government of Spain, which was imposed by force upon the Spanish people with the aid of the Axis Powers and which gave material assistance to the Axis Powers in the war, does not represent the Spanish people, and by its continued control of Spain is making impossible the participation of the Spanish people with the peoples of the United Nations in international affairs...
The General Assembly, Further, desiring to secure the participation of all peace-loving peoples, including the people of Spain, in the community of nations, Recommends that if, within a reasonable time, there is not established a government which derives its authority from the consent of the governed, committed to respect freedom of speech, religion and assembly and to the prompt holding of an election in which the Spanish people, free from force and intimidation and regardless of party, may express their will, the Security Council consider the adequate measures to be taken in order to remedy the situation; Recommends that all Members of the United Nations immediately recall from Madrid their Ambassadors and Ministers plenipotentiary accredited there.
The General Assembly, in its resolution of 9 February 1946, recommended that the Members of the United Nations should act in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the declarations of San Francisco and Potsdam.
T. Thornton, Over-population and Its Remedy, Londres, 1846., donde se demuestra que en distintas regiones agrícolas de Inglaterra los jornales medios siguen todavía hoy siendo distintos, según las condiciones más o menos favorables en que esas regiones se redimieron de la servidumbre.
FUENTE: RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DURING ITS FIRST SESSION GENERAL ASSEMBLY UN DOCUMENTATION CENTRE UNITED NATIONS ---- TRADUCCIÓN AL CASTELLANO: 12dic46 Resolución 39(I) de la Asamblea General de la ONU sobre la cuestión española.
FUENTE: RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DURING ITS FIRST SESSION GENERAL ASSEMBLY UN DOCUMENTATION CENTRE UNITED NATIONS ---- TRADUCCIÓN AL CASTELLANO: 09feb46 Resolución de la Asamblea General 32(I) sobre la cuestión española.
NITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DURING ITS FIRST SESSION 39 (I) 12 December 1946 RELATIONS OF MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS WITH SPAIN 39 (I).
My Captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still; My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will; The ship is anchor’d safe and sound, its voyage closed and done; From fearful trip, the victor ship, comes in with object won; Exult, O shores, and ring, O bells!
mi madre I am all alone in my chamber now And the midnight hour is near And over my soul in its solitude Sweet feelings of sadness glide.
The General Assembly recalls that at the Potsdam Conference the Governments of the United Kingdom, the United States of America and the Soviet Union stated that they would not support a request for admission to the United Nations of the present Spanish Government "which, having been founded with the support of the Axis powers, in view of its origins, its nature, its record and its close association with the aggressor States, does not possess the necessary qualifications to justify its admission." 3.