World Assembly Resolutions

Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.

Below is every World Assembly resolution ever passed.

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 175

* REPEALED *

Organ and Blood Donations Act

A resolution to reduce income inequality and increase basic welfare.
 

Category: Social Justice

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Christian Democrats

Description: The General Assembly,

Applauding modern medicine for saving countless lives by such means as organ transplantations and blood transfusions,

Believing there should be minimum safety standards in these areas,

Concerned that there are a number of false rumors about the donation of organs, tissues, and blood that decrease donation rates,

Recognizing that low rates of organ, tissue, and blood donations can increase the mortality rates of member states,

Convinced that promotion of the inalienable right to life and the right to health necessitate measures that benefit public health,

Seeking to protect, enhance, and extend the lives of the people of member states,

1. Legalizes the donation, transplantation, and transfusion of organs, tissues, blood, and components thereof in all member states;

2. Prohibits the removal of organs, tissues, blood, and components thereof from live patients without informed consent unless otherwise dictated in another one of this Assembly's resolutions;

3. Urges every member state to adopt an opt-out system of post-mortem organ donation, or organ harvesting;

4. Mandates the use of sterile needles for all blood donations and transfusions;

5. Orders that compatibility testing be done regarding all blood donations and transfusions in order to prevent negative transfusion reactions resulting from incompatible blood types;

6. Requires that all donated blood, organs, tissues, and components thereof be tested for transferable infections and diseases;

7. Forbids transplantation or transfusion of infected and/or diseased blood, organs, tissues, or components thereof from one person (a donor) to another person (a recipient);

8. Decrees that every member state shall enact legislation establishing minimum safety standards for the storage of organs, tissues, blood, and components thereof;

9. Encourages the healthcare systems of member states to donate surpluses of organs, tissues, blood, and components thereof to other nations;

10. Directs the World Health Authority to make information about organ, tissue, and blood donations available to the people of member states in order to dispel any false rumors that may reduce donation rates; and

11. Calls upon the World Health Authority to promote research regarding artificial blood and organs.

Votes For: 7,954 (68%)
Votes Against: 3,791 (32%)

Implemented: Fri Dec 23 2011

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION # 76

Repeal "Condemn Thatcherton"

A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
 

Category: Repeal

Resolution: SC#68

Proposed by: Mahaj wa seat

Description: WA Security Council Resolution #68: Condemn Thatcherton shall be struck out and rendered null and void.

Argument: The Security Council,

RECOGNIZING that the destruction of a region is generally frowned upon, however shunning the use of the Security Council to settle petty squabbles such as the one between two nations of "The Federation of Kievan Rus,"

NOTING that the “peaceful region of The Federation of Kievan Rus,” during Thatcherton’s reign as its World Assembly delegate, was so “peaceful” because its twelve to fifteen member nations, many of which could easily have been puppet states of foreign entities, lacked the motivation to cause anything to occur within their region,

FURTHER NOTING that this region’s members, including its founder, also lacked devotion to The Federation of Kievan Rus and did not seek to preserve the region in which they inhabited and noting that this region’s founding nation (which was ultimately ejected by the delegate and just so happened to be under the control of the nation which authored this condemnation) failed to protect the region from Thatcherton despite having the power to do so,

BELIEVING that this region had already been abandoned “to wither into obscurity” by every involved nation but Thatcherton, and thus believing that there was no active regional community to be destroyed by Thatcherton’s actions and that Thatcherton was committing no great evil by putting this region down before it would have inevitably succumbed to stagnation anyway,

DISGUSTED by the hypocrisy committed by "The Wreaked," the author of this condemnation, and noting that The Wreaked urged nations to leave The Federation of Kievan Rus (after the passage of the condemnation of Thatcherton) during other nations' attempts to set up a government for the region,

THUS DISCERNING that The Wreaked took action to prevent "efforts to restore the region to ... glory," which the nation supposedly supported while the condemnation was being voted on,

DISFAVORING the distasteful choice of this resolution’s author to include regions such as The Commonwealth of Crowns and The Empire of United Nations in this condemnation and portray them in a negative light because they were not willing to comply with the persistent and annoying demands of a nation they had never heard from before,

FEARING that this condemnation may have been a way of exacting petty revenge on Thatcherton and on two regions which were not involved in what occurred in The Federation of Kievan Rus, a publicity stunt deliberately carried out by the region’s former founder, and/or a ridiculously misinformed and only partially factual farce (as only about two or three nations have actually claimed to have witnessed what occurred in The Federation of Kievan Rus and these nations’ claims cannot be confirmed by any solid evidence),

HEREBY REPEALS the Condemnation of Thatcherton.

Co-Authored by A mean old man

Votes For: 7,378 (83%)
Votes Against: 1,480 (17%)

Implemented: Fri Dec 23 2011

GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 176

Disability Welfare Act

A resolution to reduce income inequality and increase basic welfare.
 

Category: Social Justice

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Sanctaria

Description: The General Assembly,

RE-AFFIRMING its belief that there exist various human rights, including those to shelter, food, and education,

ACKNOWLEDGING that many achieve the means to enjoy those rights through work and employment,

SADDENED by the reality that there often exists the unreconcilable impediment to work and employment that is disability,

BELIEVING that this threatens the ability for some to achieve their aforementioned rights,

CONVINCED that nations should help those who are at a disadvantage due to a disability,

Hereby

DEFINES, for the purposes of this resolution, a disability as an arduous, constant and debilitating physical or mental affliction which renders one incapable and ineffectual in terms of work and employment;

DIRECTS nations to create a system, or systems, of welfare to assist those who are disabled;

DEMANDS that those who have been rendered disabled, as defined by this resolution, be granted adequate benefit(s) from or by the aforementioned system(s) which equate to, at the least, the minimum amount required to attain the same level of well-being and dignity a working, able person would otherwise be entitled to enjoy;

REQUIRES nations to, when determining what constitutes adequate benefits based on the above, take into account the average cost of day-to-day expenses including, but not limited to, food, shelter, healthcare for the disabled, and education;

RECOMMENDS that nations, unless already achieved, build on their system(s) of welfare to include in its remit those who in need yet are not disabled;

ENCOURAGES nations to put in place systems whereby those who have a disability but could work, providing the correct infrastructure and/or assistance is in place, are given the opportunity to do so.

Votes For: 6,753 (73%)
Votes Against: 2,531 (27%)

Implemented: Tue Dec 27 2011

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION # 77

Condemn Milograd

A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
 

Category: Condemnation

Nominee: Milograd

Proposed by: Connopolis

Description: The Security Council,

APPREHENSIVELY disclosing the horrendously macabre and highly classified dossier of Milograd, which includes religious and racial intolerance, unacceptable police policies, obstruction of democratization and many other grevious and unjustifiable acts against its peers in the international theatre,

HORRIFIED by the prohibition of Catholicism within Milograd and the mass eradication of Catholic citizens on multiple occasions,

FURTHER HORRIFIED by Milograd's xenophobic policies which deliberately classify non-whites as non-human and therefore allowing these people to be hunted as if they were animals,

ABHORRING Milograd's use of VX nerve gas against protesters in the Milogradian cities of Argyz, Kremho, and various other locations, which resulted in the death of over 40,000 Milogradian citizens,

NAUSEATED by the unjust abuse of authority and poor conduct of Milograd's Resource Initiative Urban Police (RIUP), the members of which frequently rape and assault innocent civilians in order to maintain order; the RIUP often kidnaps and murders overwhelming numbers of "threats to the state,"

DISGUSTED by the delusional leader of Milograd, Dh'arco Rahavuhra Jukill, primarily for his decisions that resulted in the demise of many of the world's idyllic democracies and has intentionally stymied the progress of many democracy-advocating organizations such as the Polaris Initiative,

REGRETFULLY ACKNOWLEDGING the Milogradian invasion of the Judean lands and the forced migration of millions of native Trescotters, leading thousands to their deaths, and others to their forced displacement,

SHOCKED by the infamous genocide of Argatov, which resulted in the loss of over 80,000 innocent lives,

APPALLED by Milograd's intolerance of all ideologies not authorized by the Milogradian government in the Milogradian "Belief Authorization Act,"

ADAMANT that any nation that has committed such atrocities both domestically and internationally deserves proper punishment,

HEREBY CONDEMNS Milograd.

Votes For: 5,996 (74%)
Votes Against: 2,091 (26%)

Implemented: Tue Dec 27 2011

GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 177

Concerning Financial Fraud

A resolution to reduce barriers to free trade and commerce.
 

Category: Free Trade

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Connopolis

Description: The General Assembly,

NOTING the existence of financial fraud, especially against public and state institutions, and its pervasive strain on the economies of many nations,

CONCERNED that a lack of attention to this issue could cause damage not only to the economies of nations in which such crimes take place but also to the economies of other nations to which they are, to varying degrees, connected,

DETERMINED to bring an end to this practice in the interests of global economic stability,

The World Assembly therefore resolves:

1. "Financial fraud" shall be defined as the procurement of fiscal and/or material assets by deceptive means, either by way of intentional misrepresentation of fact or deliberate and outright statement of false information,

2. For the purposes of this resolution, the term "victim(s) of fraud" shall be disambiguated to refer to any individual, public or private entity, national or international body or any group thereof that suffers a loss of fiscal and/or material assets due to financial fraud,

3. Member-states shall take all practical, effective preventative measures, including the creation of domestic laws, in order to eliminate financial fraud,

4. Member-state shall ensure that all victims of fraud shall receive compensation for their loss equal to or greater than the value of the loss and that this compensation shall be derived from the fiscal and/or material assets of the perpetrator of the act of financial fraud which resulted in the loss,

5. Member-states are encouraged to share information on those who have been convicted of financial fraud upon request and co-operate with each other on the prevention of further acts of financial fraud by all possible means.

Co-authored by Ossitania

Votes For: 6,215 (59%)
Votes Against: 4,363 (41%)

Implemented: Sat Jan 7 2012

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