United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee (Legal)
The Sixth Committee is one of the main committees of the General Assembly, which fulfills the role of primary forum for the consideration of legal questions. Its mandate consists in promoting the development of public international law and its codification. The Sixth Committee is in charge of international law-making negotiations and has the authority to negotiate new treaties within this framework.
Every Member State of the United Nations is entitled to representation in the committee and the decision-making process is carried out preferably by consensus while voting remains possible.