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 1,082 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 65 approvals to achieve quorum.

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: voltrovia_1408983975

Aviation Regulation Charter

A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.
 

Category: International Security

Strength: Mild

Proposed by: Voltrovia

Description: The World Assembly,

I. APPLAUDING the enormous contributions made by aviation and aeronautics to the socioeconomic progression of member states since the very beginnings of powered flight.

II. CONFIDENT in the genuine support of member states for the safety and security of aircraft and their passengers, as well as the advancement of that safety and security.

III. COGENT of the highly important and complex issues relating to national sovereignty and international security at hand.

IV. NOTES that this in charter various terms have specific contextual meanings, therefore establishing that:

    (i) It is established that the terms "national aviation regulator" and "relevant national authority" shall refer to the authority or body, or authorities or bodies, responsible for the lawful conduct and regulation of civil aviation within a member state.

V. HEREBY RESOLVES to establish the International Aviation Regulatory Board and entrust it with the following areas of responsibility:

    (i) The registration of all active airlines, pilots and aircraft on a national and international level.
    (ii) Ensuring that national aviation regulation authorities comply with the regulations detailed herein.
    (iii) The support and provision of resources where necessary for national air accident investigations and the authorities that undertake such investigations.

VI. DETAILS a regulatory framework adherent to the requirements of V.:

    (i) All airlines in operation should be registered with the relevant national authority and cross-registered at an international level with the International Aviation Regulatory Board by the national aviation regulators.
    (ii) All aircraft operated by civilian airlines must possess acceptable and complete airworthiness documentation including records of any past incidents or accidents, flight cycles undertaken, the condition of engine systems and other recognised metrics of safety, in addition to an effective appraisal of the capabilities of the aircraft (such as a general manual or manufacturing datasheet) provided by the manufacturer.
    (iii) All commercial, private and state pilots must possess qualifications compliant with international standards and regulations as detailed by this charter and other globally recognised standards of flight education and training.
    (iv) Member states must ensure that copies of all such documentation and data must be held by national aviation regulators and also transmitted to the International Aviation Regulatory Board.
    (v) Furthermore, all member states as defined by this charter must possess some authority or body on a national level that is vested with responsibility over civil aviation and its regulation and fulfils the role of a national aviation regulator.

VII. ESTABLISHES that this charter is in no way applicable to any military forces held by member states or individual organisations and does not apply to any air force or system of sovereign military aviation worldwide.

Approvals: 45 (Manchovia, Isolaria, Theoniatium, The Democratic Nation of Unovia, Elemental North, The Bulgogian Nation, Russian Fedration, Republic of South Carolina, Matthew Hargreaves, Free Law, Freedom Landia, Mateara, Servoth, Krankenwagens, The Lands of Dixie, Alossa, Lingang, Excaliber, The Dogma States, Maoist People, Artite, Leetmerican Mission, Hombertoland, MichaelVillia, Velkon, Bereaz, Genesis Fifteen, Albrook, Crystal Spires, Smiley Bob, Karsopolis, Poca Terra, VF Ambassador to Minecraftia, Amiria, Hiskjriaana, Communist Victoria, Rozeck, Tybeiria, Retracia, Father motherland, Ballarswag, Seherron, Northern Union of Lenton, Free Lyberta, Dendart)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 20 more approvals)

Voting Ends: in 1 day

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
ID: friday_freshman_1409083425

Cyber Security Act

A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.
 

Category: International Security

Strength: Mild

Proposed by: Friday Freshman

Description: Representatives of the General Assembly,

RECOGNIZING that in today's world, cyberterrorism is a serious threat that is often neglected by governments,

REALIZING the raw destruction that can be brought upon an area both on a domestic and international level by a small group or even a single person using computers and other technology,

BELIEVING that all countries need to protect themselves and the international community from the perils of the internet and the malicious people using the internet as a disguise for crime,

APPLAUDING those who have already taken steps to deal with cyberterrorism and other internet based problems,

Thus,

DEFINES cyberterrorism as a maliciously intended attack using any computing devices to cause destruction or disruption over the internet including but not limited to physical, economical, political, and infrastructural to any person, organization, or their property by a non-state actor;

MANDATES that member nations make cyberterrorism illegal in their nations;

RECOMMENDS member nations to share information with both their allies and the rest of the international commmunity on known cyberterrorists so that other countries can pursue those cyberterrorists who may fall in their jurisdiction;

DIRECTS member nations bring any cyberterrorists from other World Assembly nations within their jurisdiction to justice;

REQUIRES that member nations additionally make the supporting of cyberterrorists illegal;

URGES member nations raise awareness of cyberterrorism and other internet related issues within their nations in an attempt to educate the public as to the dangers of the internet.

Approvals: 16 (Matthew Hargreaves, Poca Terra, Alossa, Republic of South Carolina, The Lands of Dixie, The Democratic Nation of Unovia, Izwayla, Communist Victoria, Tybeiria, Retracia, Hombertoland, Freedom Landia, Artite, Free Law, Chester Pearson, Brasir)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 49 more approvals)

Voting Ends: in 2 days


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