§ The General Assembly,
§ Noting with deep concern that the provisions of its resolution 1004 (ES-II) of 4 November, 1956, have not yet been carried out and that the violent repression by the Soviet forces of the efforts of the Hungarian people to achieve freedom and independence continues.891
§ Convinced that the recent events in Hungary manifest clearly the desire of the Hungarian people to exercise and to enjoy fully their fundamental rights, freedom and independence,
§ Considering that foreign intervention in Hungary is an intolerable attempt to deny to the Hungarian people the exercise and the enjoyment of such rights, freedom and independence, and in particular to deny to the Hungarian people the right to a government freely elected and representing their national aspirations,
§ Considering that the repression undertaken by the Soviet forces in Hungary constitutes a violation of the Charter of the United Nations and of the Peace Treaty between Hungary and the Allied and Associated Powers,
§ Considering that the immediate withdrawal of the Soviet forces from Hungarian territory is necessary,
§ 1. Calls again upon the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to withdraw its forces from Hungary without any further delay;
§ 2. Considers that free elections should be held in Hungary under United Nations auspices, as soon as law and order have been restored, to enable the people of Hungary to determine for themselves the form of government they wish to establish in their country;
§ 3. Reaffirms its request to the Secretary-General to continue to investigate, through representatives named by him, the situation caused by foreign intervention in Hungary and to report at the earliest possible moment to the General Assembly;
§ 4. Requests the Secretary-General to report in the shortest possible time to the General Assembly on compliance herewith.
§ 571st plenary meeting,
§ 9 November, 1956.
§ Resolution 1005 (ES-II) was adopted by 48 votes to 11 with 16 abstentions.