On Thursday, 14 October 1999, the General Assembly elected Bangladesh,
Jamaica, Mali, Tunisia and Ukraine members of the
Security Council for a two-year term of office beginning on 1 January 2000.
On Wednesday, 3 November 1999, the General Assembly and the Security Council of the
United Nations proceeded to the election of five Members of the International Court of Justice
(ICJ) for a term of office of nine years, beginning on 6 February 2000.
Judges Gilbert Guillaume (France), Raymond Ranjeva (Madagascar), Rosalyn Higgins (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) and Gonzalo Parra-Aranguren (Venezuela) were re-elected as Members of the Court.
Mr. Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh (Jordan) was elected a Member of the Court with effect from 6 February 2000.
Memorandum by the Secretary-General
Note by the Secretary-General transmitting the list of candidates
Note by the Secretary-General transmitting the CVs of candidates