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- Lack of sufficient funds to carry out its social and economic plans.
- The abuse of veto power by the permanent members.
- Inability to implement many of its resolutions.
- Lack of military support by member states in enforcing some of its resolutions.
- Lack of adequate machinery to help control the production of dangerous weapons.
- The inability of the UNO to reduce hunger and poor living conditions in many parts of the world.
- The presence of military alliances has also resulted to member states not being totally committed.