General Assembly Proposals

The following are proposals for WA resolutions. Any WA member nation with at least two endorsements can make a proposal, but it will only become a resolution (to be voted on by the entire WA) if it is approved by at least 6% of WA Regional Delegates.

As the WA currently has 1,280 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 77 approvals to achieve quorum.

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ID: caracasus_1443877427

Researching Unique Ecosystems

A resolution to promote funding and the development of education and the arts.

Category: Education and Creativity

Area of Effect: Educational

Proposed by: Caracasus

Description: Encouraged by the ongoing efforts of the international community to invest in biological research,

Impressed by some of the potential technologies and cures that have developed from this research, but

Concerned by the rate at which unique ecosystems are disappearing, either to man-made activity or to natural changes in climate,

This august World Assembly hereby enacts the following, subject to any limits imposed by earlier resolutions that are still in force:

  1. Defines for the purposes of this resolution:

    1. 'unique ecosystem' as any area which is reasonably likely to contain flora and fauna that are unique to the larger ecosystem,

    2. 'man made activity' as action or continued inaction taken by sentient beings that endangers the biodiversity of a unique ecosystem, up to and including mining, logging, construction or introduction of invasive species, but not counting acts of war,

    3. 'natural changes in climate' as any foreseeable, long term natural event or change that endangers the biodiversity of a unique ecosystem, such as long term drought, rise in sea levels or global cooling;

  2. Requires nations where man-made activity may be reasonably expected to seriously compromise a unique ecosystem to make reasonable expeditions, within their abilities, into the unique ecosystem to take stock of and collect samples of unique flora and fauna within the region;

  3. Requires nations with ongoing natural changes in climate that threaten to seriously compromise unique ecosystems to make reasonable expeditions, within their abilities, into the unique ecosystem to take stock of and collect samples of unique flora and fauna within the region.

  4. Expands the duties of the World Assembly Science Program (WASP) to include:

    1. Monitoring global climate changes to identify unique ecosystems under threat, and to notify nations of said threat to their unique ecosystems,

    2. Storing and providing access to raw data from nations who have shared with the WASP,

    3. Raising and providing funds and scientific support for nations who do not have the capacity to conduct a reasonable scientific expedition;

  5. Encourages nations to share raw data from above expeditions with the World Assembly Science Program (WASP)

Approvals: 21 (Babylatia, Danubian Hungarian Republic, Meriad, San Lumen, Tutukerala, Vancouvia, Kelanus, Ten Cities, Turtmenistan, Camainia, Asturan, Merlinton, Conquering Nanobots, TheBobs, True Refuge, The Flame Dawn, USA 126, Kasterborous Gallifrey, Seriya, AzureWind, Rhitany)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 56 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

ID: frustrated_franciscans_1443887424

Repeal "Reproductive Freedoms"

A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal

Resolution: GA#286

Proposed by: Frustrated Franciscans

Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #286: Reproductive Freedoms (Category: Human Rights; Strength: Significant) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.

Argument: The World Assembly

Recognizing that the issue of human life and the conflicting rights of individuals is complex and does not always have simple answers,

Lamenting the fact that the use of the term “termination of pregnancy” allows some nations to avoid the issue by concentrating on the ends and not the means,

Appreciating the declaration that the “termination of pregnancy” is a medical procedure but noting that the rights to any medical procedure is already supported by previous WA resolutions (#128 On Abortion / #29 Patient’s Right Act) and does not need this resolution in order to uphold them.

Concerned that the mandates of previous WA resolutions on the medical standards required of such medical procedures might easily be ignored or overlooked because of this resolution which, as a result of the resolution #120 On Abortion can only legislate abortion for purposes not covered under the resolution #120.

Assured that an existing WA resolution (#128 On Abortion) not only provides a basic right to the procedure under specific circumstances but also gives nations the right to expand that right as they see fit, so repealing this resolution would continue to keep existing laws in place unless member nations later decide to change them as per existing resolution.

Hereby Repeals General Assembly Resolution #286 Reproductive Freedoms

Approvals: 37 (Themightymanuel, Tutukerala, Eternal Hebron, Nawira, Dakling, Catachresia, Volaenia, British Empire Strikes Back, Snowy Peninsula Minister, Conquering Nanobots, TheBobs, Madame du Barry, SovietSparta, The Deutsche Saxony, Gsenlingf, Christian Democrats, Confederal American Republic, Genkark, Vetega, Casselli, Fungle Dungle, Habermania, The Freehold of Caelton, HYDRA-Russian Empire, True Refuge, Ethoniaa, New-Netherealm, The Flame Dawn, USA 126, The Arkam Asylum, Lagoense, Kasterborous Gallifrey, AzureWind, Allinburg, Our Governator, Rech, Phydios)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 40 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

ID: latamer_1443917236

Religious funding increase

A resolution to restrict civil freedoms in the interest of moral decency.

Category: Moral Decency

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Latamer

Description: I propose that all WA nations should have at least 5 percent of spirituality funding in their government sector. Religion and god are improtant, especially Latamer.

Approvals: 2 (Vancouvia, Tutukerala)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 75 more approvals)

Voting Ends:

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