1. Adoption of the Working Paper requires an affirmative vote of nine Representatives including the concurring votes of the Permanent Members.
2. Upon finishing the Debates on all the documents, the Working Papers shall be put to vote in succession they have been discussed by the SC.
3. Once one Working Paper was adopted all the others are rejected automatically. Since that moment the accepted Working Paper is referred to as Draft Resolution.
Rule 31. Conciliation Commission
1. If none of the approved Working Papers, a Conciliation Commission shall be appointed by the President.
2. Conciliation Commission is a special group of Representatives that consists of sponsors of each Rule 30. Voting on Draft Resolution Working Paper, selected by the President.
3. The Conciliation Commission shall work in Unmoderated Caucus format.
4. The Conciliation Commission shall work no longer than 60 minutes. If after one hour the Commission is still unable to work out a Working Paper, the President may extend the time or appoint a new Conciliation Commission.
5. The Working Paper by the Commission must receive approval by the Expert and then put to vote without debate.
6. If the Working Paper by the Commission doesn't receive a simple majority of votes, a new Conciliation Commission shall be appointed.