Who Should Present
Signatories from delegations with varied interests should combine to present the resolution. For example, the priorities of the United States and of Nauru will be different, so try to have representatives who will relate to both perspectives. This ensures that the panel can best address the myriad concerns of the listening delegates.
Delegates who were deeply involved in writing the resolution should be included in the panel (particularly, those who wrote sections which require clarification or emphasis). Because you have limited representation, choose delegates whose combined knowledge of the resolution includes all of the essential components.
If there are delegates within your bloc who have worked with individuals who support another draft resolution, it may be beneficial to include them in the presentation. Remember that your goal is not only to inform the other delegates but also to convince them of the merits of your resolution; diplomacy will support this goal.