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 1,166 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 70 approvals to achieve quorum.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
Repeal "On Genetically Modified Foods"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Proposed by: Schutzenphalia and West Ruhntuhnkuhnland
Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #158: On Genetically Modified Foods (Category: Free Trade; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Argument: The World Assembly,
Deeply concerned that the definition of genetically modified foods used in Resolution #158 on the subject is technically flawed,
Sagely recognising that limiting definition of genetically modified foods to those involving the introduction of foreign DNA or synthetic genes does not take account of:
Strongly believing that any legislation intended to require labelling of all genetically modified foods should employ due scientific rigour in its definitions,
Further considering the scope of the requirements to label any food crossing international borders to be excessive, given that it would necessitate the labelling of food waste not intended for consumption, food products posing no risk of transgenic contamination, and small quantities intended for personal consumption rather than resale;
Severely doubting that given these flaws these requirements are useful, justified, or in the best interests of member nations,
Remaining fully confident in the ongoing enforcement of Resolutions #64, which requires labelling of food products to meet safety and quality standards, and #249, which prohibits harmful genetic modification technologies,
World Assembly Resolution #158, On Genetically Modified Foods, is hereby repealed.
Approvals: 39 (Miencraft, Westmoreland-Lonsdale, Lygonia, The Confederacy of Nationalism, Nerdingham, Cleopatra Selene, Pain and Despair, Prostine, Kantior, Palgrin, The Federated Provinces of Golachia, Helixical Orbit, New Sakhalin, Hyperbia, Aluthera, North Campbell Nation, Aurennian Aristocratic Empire, Parsees, Christian Democrats, The Eternal Kawaii, Misplaced States, Rzeczpospolita Krakowska, Unbesiegbar Prussian Reich, Krankenwagens, Hapsburgia, Belique, The Assassins of Saint John, Liberated Global Overstate, Rights and Peace, Krankor, The Republic of Middle Albion, Black Rain, Kolkatta, New Saganland, Aitheria, Vardona, Themightymanuel, Lumeau, Telgan)
Status: Lacking Support (requires 31 more approvals)
Voting Ends: in 1 day 4 hours
GENERAL ASSEMBLY PROPOSAL
Admin of Justice Commision
A resolution to restrict political freedoms in the interest of law and order.
Category: Political Stability
Proposed by: African Republic of America
Description: Please take the time to read this.
An Act to establish the Administration of Justice Commission with responsibility, among other things, for the general supervision of the administration of justice.
[Commencement.] [9th December, 2014]
Establishment of the Administration of Justice Commission
Members of the Commission
(a) the Attorney-General of the Federation;
(b) the Minister of Internal Affairs;
(c) the Inspector-General of Police;
(d) the Director of Prisons; and
(e) the President of the Nation states Bar Association.
3. Functions of the Commission
(1) The Commission shall be charged with the general supervision of the administration of justice in Nation states
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) of this section, the Commission shall ensure that-
(a) the courts system in nation states is generally maintained and adequately financed;
(b) judges and officers of the courts conform with the Code of Ethics of their office;
(c) criminal matters are speedily dealt with;
(d) congestion of cases in courts is drastically reduced;
(e) congestion in prisons is reduced to the barest minimum;
(f) persons awaiting trial are, as far as possible, not detained in prison custody;
(g) the relationship between the organs charged with responsibility for all aspects of the administration of justice is cordial and there exists maximum co- operation amongst the organs for effectiveness of the system of administration of justice in Nation states.
4. Establishment of State Committees
There is hereby established in each State of the Federation a body to be known as the Administration of Justice Committee (in this Act referred to as "the Committee").
5. Composition of the Committee
(1) The Committee shall consist of the Chief Judge of the State as chairman and the following other members, that is-
(a) the Attorney-General of the State;
(b) the Commissioner of Police of the State;
(c) the Chairman of the State branch of the nationstates Bar Association; and
(d) the State Comptroller of Prison.
(2) The quorum of the Committee shall be three and subject thereto, the Committee shall regulate its own procedure.
6. Functions of the Committee
The Committee shall be charged with the general supervision of all aspects of the administration of justice in the State and the effective performance of the functions of all organs charged with responsibility for the administration of justice in the State.
7. Fund of the Commission
6. The fixing of the seal of the Commission shall be authenticated by the signature of the Chairman or of some other member authorised generally or specially by the Commission to act for that purpose by the Commission.
Status: Lacking Support (requires 70 more approvals)
Voting Ends: in 3 days 4 hours