After 77 years, the system, membership and procedures of the Security Council do not fit the current world anymore. The recent involvement of a permanent member in an international armed conflict has shown these flaws more clearly. Various proposals for reforming the Security Council have been floated over the years. Most of these proposals include the inclusion of more permanent members and a change in the voting system. The committee should come up with a balanced proposal taking into account the interests of the various stakeholders involved.
This issue will be the first issue discussed and any resolution passed will be forwarded to the Security Council who have the same issue on the agenda.