The United Nations Normalcy Council, formed in 1959, is the supreme international body tasked with monitoring and responding to any threats to worldwide normalcy and status quo. UNUCC is the primary enforcement and monitoring organ of the Council; all mandates for UNUCC missions must come from the Normalcy Council.
The United States, China, Russia, France, and the United Kingdom are all permanent members of the Council. They may exercise their veto power at any time. Additionally, 4 revolving members make up the full Council. They are currently Monaco, the Falkland Islands, Bangladesh, and Slovakia.
Notable Treaties and Resolutions
1962 Cleveland Convention on Kids These Days
1964 The Cairo Declaration on the Rock and Roll Music
1969 Normalcy Council Resolution 29 Regarding Free Love Proliferation
1971 The Milan Accords on Men with Long Hair
1991 The Los Angeles Treaty on Hammerpants
1995 The Vienna Convention on Public Excretion