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  • The Journal of Modern African Studies, Volume 2, Issue 2
  • July 1964, pp. 296-297

Sixth Session of the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa

  • Joseph M. Mubiru (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022278X00004109
  • Published online: 11 November 2008
Abstract

This session was attended by the largest number to date of independent member states, and was much more representative of the African continent than the first, in January 1959, which was attended by only nine independent African states. Now there were delegates from 30 member states and 10 delegations from associate member states. Besides these, there were many observers from other governments, from specialised agencies, from intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations. The newest member states were Kenya and Zanzibar, which had become independent towards the end of last year; and as a result of the break-up of the Central African Federation, Northern Rhodesia, Nyasaland, and Southern Rhodesia separately had become associate members.

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