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History Elective Ace Guide, UNIT 2 Lesson 1.
Reasons for the Weakness of the League of Nations.
1. Structural Weaknesses.
Structural weaknesses in the League include the lack of authority & limited membership.
Various parts of the League did not work together & it was hard to take effective action.
- The Secretariat was understaffed and disorganised.
- The Conference of Ambassadors often made decisions that should have been made by the League itself, and
- The working relationship between the General Assembly and the Council was not clearly defined.
Authorisation for any action required a unanimous vote or complete agreement by the Council, & a two-third majority vote in the Assembly. This presented two major problems:
- No.1: The need for an unanimous decision could not work as permanent members of the Council had the power of veto, which is the right to refuse to give official permission. This meant that once a permanent member vetoed a decision, the proposed action could not be carried out. This made decision making difficult especially when a dispute involved one of the permanent members.
- No.2: Some decisions required the consent of the entire Assembly. With so many nations represented in the League, it was extremely difficult to obtain unanimous consent for any decision.