Some time ago I attended a MUN conference and participated in the Security Council. One of the members tried several times to extend the time of meeting but not for a specific time. He wanted us to work on the resolution until it is finished.

As motivation, he said:

"Let's us do it like in {this UN meeting}. They worked until midnight."

Which specific real UN meeting does he mean?

Is it right that the Security Council at least once worked for such a long time on a resolution that they worked till midnight?

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    Its only the fate of the world we are talking about here. Why would you want to put yourself out? Just defer to Libya or Iran – SoylentGray May 15 '14 at 19:38
  • I'm very confused by your question and have helped run HMUN. I don't know what you're getting at? – kcchristianson May 16 '14 at 18:19
  • @kcchristianson - Mock UN its a HS/Univ level exercise where students role play a UN meeting to try to solve a mock problem diplomatically. – SoylentGray May 19 '14 at 20:58
  • @kcchristianson - The jist of the question SEEMS to be that someone in MUN referenced a specific real UN meeting that had participants stay until midnight so they could arrive at a resolution. OP is trying to find out if such a meeting really happened in real UN. – user4012 May 20 '14 at 23:43
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    I flagged for re-opening. The question is pretty clear. – user4012 May 20 '14 at 23:45

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