Researcher Shawqi Hammoud Saeed Al-Dheeb obtained a master’s degree in public law with distinction from the University of Taiz in his encyclopedic thesis (Problems of International Intervention to Protect Democracy).
The discussion and judging committee was composed of Prof. Dr. Mohammed Mohammed Al-Shuaibi as supervisor of the thesis, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Qasim Al-Hamidi as internal debater, and Dr. Modhesh Al-Maamari as a member
The study concluded that democracy is one of the fundamental values of the United Nations, which is based on its support through the promotion of human rights, development, peace and security, and the United Nations strives to support democracy around the world.
The results added: “The intervention of the United Nations to protect democracy is legitimate, and does not lead to a reduction of the sovereignty of the state, considering that military coups against democracy and the annulment of the results of free and fair elections have become a threat to international peace , violates human rights, and violates the foundation of the United Nations Charter, which begins with the phrase We the Peoples of Nations.” The United States, which requires intervention because of the sovereignty of the people.
The study recommended that the United Nations regulate the issue of democratic interference by identifying and controlling cases of interference, and developing a new mechanism to deal with the issue of democracy that is subject to its supervision and control.
The recommendations emphasized respecting the legitimacy and implementing international resolutions and applying them to all, so that a comprehensive and just peace reigns and guarantees safety and security, and to move away from the norms of selectivity and lack of neutrality demonstrated by the past experiences of the international. organization, because the positions of the organization differed from other cases of the case of Haiti and Sierra Leone, and constantly reconsidering the concept of intervention. However, it is only an exception and it is not allowed to increase it or measure it, and the general principle that must govern international relations is the principle of non-interference and not always subjecting it to the desire and initiative of a great power.