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 1,052 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 64 approvals to achieve quorum.

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ID: the_kylan_republic_1409419554

Political independance act

A resolution to increase democratic freedoms.

Category: Furtherment of Democracy

Strength: Mild

Proposed by: The Kylan Republic

Description: Description: The World Assembly,

RECOGNIZING that major industries and corporations are the pillars of the economies of many nations,

REALIZING that these major industries and corporations have a significant amount of influence on the drafting and passing of legislation in many nations,

FURTHERMORE REALIZING that these practices are often not known to the public,

FRUSTRATED that these kinds of practices are detrimental to both the democratic rights of the citizens of those nations and potentially dangerous to the well-being of those same people,

NOTING that these kinds of practices can be seen as political corruption,


DEFINES, for the purposes of clarification, the following:
i: industries and corporations: all representatives, employees and stakeholders of private economic enterprises.
ii: political influence: the ability to submit, shape or cancel legislation or similar political processes by non-public negotiations and talks.

URGES the member nations of the WA to implement measures to make their political processes, with a special emphasis on legislative processes, more transparent to their populations;

ENCOURAGES government employees who have knowledge of unlawful influencing of their respective governments to try and make public these practices;

CREATES the World Assembly Political Policy Assistance Service (WAPPAS) to establish an international service which:
i: shall assist whistle-blowers who anonymously want to expose government corruption, by serving as a middle man between them and relevant media or other systems of notification,
ii: shall assist governments who call upon them for help to reduce the amount of corruption in their governments by forming an advisory council made up of politicians and delegates of willing member nations, who will assist and advise the asking governments;

ACKNOWLEDGES the rights of member nations to conduct their own political practices unless they clash with other WA resolutions;

COMMENDS states that already have taken extensive steps to reduce the amount of corruption and political influence of private enterprises in their governments.

Approvals: 31 (The Kylan Republic, Republic of South Carolina, Theoniatium, HashtagSwiggitySwag, The Donovonian Order, South Pacific Republic, The Lands of Dixie, The Democratic Nation of Unovia, Matthew Hargreaves, Chestation, The UCOA, Hericropolis, Kestvala, Unitary Texas, Legionnaries X, Fifoleon, Bears Armed Mission, Seherron, Hicdarr, Elemental North, Glorious Nation of Admin, Free Law, Kazirstan, Shahak, Skappola, The Donbass, Afghannapolistan, Aeiouia, Humpheria, South Eurasia, The United Remnants of America)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 33 more approvals)

Voting Ends: in 1 day 20 hours

ID: gruenberger_overseas_affiliate_territory_1409551735

Individual Working Freedoms

A resolution to develop industry around the world.

Category: Advancement of Industry

Area of Effect: Labor Deregulation

Proposed by: Gruenberger Overseas Affiliate Territory

Description: The World Assembly,

Strongly reaffirming its commitment to individual liberty,

Believing that individuals should be as free as possible from undue government interference in making decisions governing their personal lives,

Convinced that the issues of when, how often, and for how long an individual works should remain an issue for private negotiation between employer and employee,

Dissenting from the view that one standard working week can be determined as a universal diktat, given the diversity of national economies, the particulars of industries working on cyclical, seasonal or other irregular working patterns, and the varying conditions, demographic, environmental, developmental, and otherwise, of member nations,

Considering any attempt to impose a universal manacle of working time restriction to be a grossly unfair abrogation of individual freedoms,

Desirous of reaching a fair compromise on the issue:

  1. Encourages all nations to grant their people the greatest possible degree of freedom in determining their terms of employment, with specific regard to working time;

  2. Calls upon all nations to respect the rights of individuals to be free to make choices about their terms of employment, and equally of individuals to seek representation or counsel during such negotiations;

  3. Mandates the removal of working time regulations that serve only to reduce individual liberty and that do not serve any other purpose;

  4. Reserves the right of all nations to choose whether to set specific regulations on workweeks and working time in the general public interest;

  5. Promotes a healthy harmony of national and individual rights in economic decision-making.

Approvals: 13 (Neo-Libralis, South Eurasia, The United Remnants of America, Republic of South Carolina, Brechalht, Vichtander, Chester Pearson, Shahak, Velkon, United East Germany, The Lands of Dixie, Mythradore, The Land of Beer)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 51 more approvals)

Voting Ends: in 3 days 8 hours

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