Committees & Agenda Items
Historical Crisis Committee (HCC)
Agenda item: The Assasination of JFK
John Fitzgerald Kennedy is still one of the first names that come to mind when one thinks of the most extraordinary and famous names in American history in many respects. The end of the life of John F. Kennedy, who has always been a prominent person both in the environment in which he grew up and throughout his political career, is just as dramatic and striking. John F Kennedy, the youngest president in the history of the USA, the first catholic president in the history of the USA and the only president in the history of the USA to win the Pulitzer Prize, has not left his innovative, sensitive and embracing attitude from the first day he entered politics.
On November 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy was assassinated with his wife in an open-top car in Dallas, and since then the great mystery about this specific event has still not been opened. The only obvious thing left is the burden that fell on John F. Kennedy's cabinet. Since then, more than one American president has referred to the fact that the event is still not disclosed to the public in full detail, but none of them has yet clarified this event and there are still dozens of conspiracy theories circulating. In this historical crisis committee, the delegates as members of John F. Kennedy's cabinet will try to run the US administration from this chaotic day. They will be expected to unravel what mysteries lie behind this assassination, along with the important and urgent problems they have to deal with in foreign policy.