Here are the five conditions that Bush laid down in his 2002-09-12 address to the UN which he said that Hussein must meet. As Bush explained earlier in his speech, these five planks represented planks in the 1991 Gulf War Cease Fire Agreement, all of which Hussein had violated in the interim. In this speech, Bush stated that after 911, the world can no longer afford to permit Hussein to continue violating these planks. Here they are, in Bush's exact words:
1. If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will immediately and unconditionally forswear, disclose and remove or destroy all weapons of mass destruction, long-range missiles and all related material.
2. If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will immediately end all support for terrorism and act to suppress it -- as all states are required to do by U.N. Security Council resolutions.
3. If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will cease persecution of its civilian population, including Shi'a, Sunnis, Kurds, Turkemens and others -- again, as required by Security Council resolutions.
4. If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will release or account for all Gulf War personnel whose fate is still unknown. It will return the remains of any who are deceased, return stolen property, accept liability for losses resulting from the invasion of Kuwait and fully cooperate with international efforts to resolve these issues as required by Security Council resolutions.
5. If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will immediately end all illicit trade outside the oil-for-food program. It will accept U.N. administration of funds from that program to ensure that the money is used fairly and promptly for the benefit of the Iraqi people.
If all these steps are taken, it will signal a new openness and accountability in Iraq and it could open the prospect of the United Nations helping to build a government that represents all Iraqis, a government based on respect for human rights, economic liberty and internationally supervised elections.======================
Did bush mention "democracy" here, to the UN? No. Most UN member nations are autocratic dictatorships, so he did not mention this part of his plan to this body. But he did list the ending of "minority oppression" along side the WMD requirement, and give it equal weight. According to Bush here, Hussein could not spare himself the invasion merely by satisfying the WMD requirement without also satisfying the human rights requirement.