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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Repeal "Numismatics Appreciation Act"

A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal

Resolution: GA#56

Proposed by: Sciongrad

Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #56: Numismatics Appreciation Act (Category: Education and Creativity; Area of Effect: Cultural Heritage) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.

Argument: The General Assembly,

COMMENDING the intentions of General Assembly Resolution #56, insofar as it aims to preserve the monetary culture of member nations;

DISPUTING, however, that the currency of a nation is a "monumental part of [its] history," as well as the notion that "cultural heritage and tradition can be preserved through the safeguarding of each nation’s currency;"

ASSERTING that the amount of resources alloted to preserving one miniscule aspect of a nation's history, as provided in GAR#56, is superfluous;

ACKNOWLEDGING that GAR#56 states, in relevant part:

4. Obligates each World Assembly member nation to regulate the buying and selling of coins and banknotes;

REGRETTING that clause four contravenes the intended purpose of the resolution by creating an opt-out for unwilling nations due to a lack of mandatory regulations, aside from the requirement that "World Assembly member nations [regulate] the buying and selling of coins and banknotes," to any degree in which they find acceptable;

CONSIDERING it to be unnecessary for the World Assembly to regulate the trade of currency, as standard market price determination is more effective than an international grading system established by WANA;

CLARIFIES that nations may still create establishments dedicated to the preservation of their currencies, notwithstanding the passage of the repeal;

FURTHER CLARIFIES that General Assembly Resolution #56 does not prevent one-world currencies, nor does it involve itself in economic mediums of exchange, aside from items that are collected privately for cultural or personal reasons;


REPEALS General Assembly Resolution #56, "Numismatics Appreciation Act."

Votes For: 8,086 (85%)
Votes Against: 1,466 (15%)



Condemn Milograd

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

Category: Condemnation

Nominee: Milograd

Proposed by: Astrolinium

Description: The Security Council,

Infuriated that Milograd has since implemented policies that not only contradict the principles of this assembly, but intensify the greviances commited towards Milogradian citizens to the point of Dystopianism;

Identifying Dh'arco Rahavuhra Jukill, the leader of Milograd, as a sadistic dictator whose policies are limited to those that dramatically circumscribe the rights of his citizens,

Appalled that Dh'arconian Thought involves the extermination of what Dh'arconians consider as inferior races - specifically non-white/Caucasians, and non-Dh'arconians - as well as the radically xenophobic policies that led Milograd to implement the following measures:

  • A ban on immigration and travel within its borders,

  • The genocide of Milograd's entire black population,

  • A policy in which all acts of procreation must be approved by the Milogradian Ministry of Birth - all authorized procreation participants (APPs) are paired through a supercomputer, the purpose of which being to determine which pairs of individuals will create the most "genetically pure" offspring;

Observing the Milogradian "Equality Initiative" as a form of destructive social engineering, in which all individuals are forced into total equality - including behavioral, physical, and mental equality, thus removing any sort of individuality among Milogradians;

Condemning Milograd's policy regarding coerced fetal terminations during the early stages of the Dh'arconian regime - this practice was eventually replaced by coerced sterilization and strict procreations policies;

Further Condemning Dh'arconian Order #1459, which created a system by which children are assigned duties at birth, and are subsequently confiscated from their parents - such duties included both slavery and forced breeding;

Deploring Milograd's forced displacement of its entire non-urban population - seven years after the Dh'arconian Order #995, Milograd's entire population had been forcibly displaced to an urban area;

Disgusted by the Milogradian "public schooling" system, in which Milogradian youths are virtually brainwashed into subscribing to the Dh'arconian Thought process;

Decrying the Milogradian campaign against Vbingvan, which ended in the total annihilation of Vbingvan's entire military and civilian population;

Truly horrified by "Project Caldrunisk," an experiment carried out by the Milogradian regime that introduced an extremely potent form of mind-control that reduced the populace of Milograd to mindless puppets of the state, to the point where independent thought is non-existent;

Believing Milograd's total disregard for the environment (primarily through its disposal of toxic waste) as being both irresponsible and deplorable, resulting in the destruction of countless Gholgothic ecosystems;

Acknowledging what may be Milograd's most egregious violation of sapient rights - the Anti-Relationship Commandment - which outlaws any form of emotional relationships between individuals; the punishment for non-compliance with the commandment is a form of death-inducing torture in which the violator is repeatedly submerged into magma, starting with the lower body, and progressively submerging the violator until the individual is totally submerged;

Contending that such violations warrant a condemnation in the strongest of terms;

Hereby Condemns Milograd.

Authored by Connopolis.

Votes For: 7,083 (75%)
Votes Against: 2,336 (25%)



Repeal "On Expiration Dates"

A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal

Resolution: GA#149

Proposed by: Sciongrad

Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #149: On Expiration Dates (Category: Social Justice; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.

Argument: The General Assembly,

COMMENDING General Assembly Resolution #149, On Expiration Dates, for seeking to ensure safety among consumers of perishable goods;

DISAPPOINTED, however, that GAR#149 states, in relevant part:

CHARGES any distributor of any necessity to attain an accurate and average prediction of how long each and every necessity that they distribute will last until it degrades to a level of quality at which it will directly "lead to the deprivation of any sort of bodily activity that is required for the extension of [one's] lifetime;"

NOTING that the resolution in question is flawed, inasmuch as it only requires that products display how long such a product lasts on average before spoiling, while failing to require the above said items to display the date in which the product was manufactured;

REGRETTING that such a loophole renders the entirety of the resolution useless, and even detrimental, as it allows manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to deceive consumers as to when the product is to expire;

FURTHER NOTING that GAR#149 requires all items, regardless of whether an expiration date is necessary or practical, to display such labels on the products;

BELIEVING the aforementioned resolution to be irrevocably flawed;


REPEALS General Assembly Resolution #149 "On Expiration Dates."

Votes For: 9,036 (91%)
Votes Against: 930 (9%)



Repeal "Nuclear Power Safety Act"

A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal

Resolution: GA#204

Proposed by: Bergnovinaia

Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #204: Nuclear Power Safety Act (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: Mining) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.

Argument: The World Assembly:

NOTING that General Assembly Resolution #204, "Nuclear Power Safety Act", establishes the Nuclear Energy Safety Commission (NESC) and its duties but does not require nations to comply with its recommendations;

REGRETTING that the NESC's sole mandate is to recommend that member-states implement measures already required under extant international law such as GA#60, "Nuclear Disaster Response Act" and GA#105, "Preparing for Disasters;"

NOTING that GA#60 already mandates that member nations take specific measures to deal with nuclear crises;

RECOGNIZING that GA#105 already requires member states to inspect nuclear facilities for safety reasons;

FURTHER NOTING that GA#7, "Workplace Safety Standards Act" already establishes guidelines for safe work environments, as well as protocols for individuals who have to handle hazardous materials;

FRUSTRATED by the oversights of the author of GA#204 regarding the above legislation as well as the potential dangers created by GA#204 as follows:

  • APPALLED that GA#204 allows energy corporations and national nuclear energy industries to pick and choose guidelines that suit their corporation’s or nation’s needs without regards to civilian safety;

  • WORRIED that in order to maximize energy output and profits, nuclear energy industries will cut corners, exposing workers and civilians to the many dangers of nuclear radiation;

  • TROUBLED that the mandate that member nations “follow adequate building designs" to construct nuclear power plant facilities allows nuclear energy industries to use older, more hazardous plans deemed as "adequate”;

  • ANXIOUS that nations are required to "establish procedures and arrangements to maintain safety and stability", but are not required to update these procedures on a regular basis;

  • FRIGHTENED that the same mandate does not give any real form of direction and thus gives nuclear energy industries the freedom to implement potentially inefficient and non-protective safety codes;

CONCERNED also that GA#204 defines nuclear power as "the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and do useful work", thereby excluding other forms of energy generation by nuclear processes, such as nuclear fusion, from safety regulations;

HOPING that any future resolutions related to the safety of nuclear power address these issues and properly take previous World Assembly legislation into account;

REPEALS General Assembly Resolution #204: Nuclear Power Safety Act.

Co-author: Ossitania

Votes For: 6,501 (64%)
Votes Against: 3,615 (36%)



Privacy Protection Act

A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.

Category: Human Rights

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Christian Democrats

Description: The General Assembly,

Believing that each and every person has the right to keep certain affairs private,

Recognizing that a void in international law currently exists with regard to this matter,

Seeking to provide basic protection of the right to privacy for the good of all peoples,

1. Declares that every person has a right to privacy that extends to all lawful actions that occur out of public view and to all lawful actions, places, and other matters for which a subjective expectation of privacy and a reasonable, or objective, expectation of privacy exist;

2. Prohibits infringement on the right to privacy by member states, their political subdivisions, and all state (governmental) actors thereof within their respective areas of jurisdiction subject to this resolution and past and future resolutions enacted by this Assembly;

3. Affirms that this resolution does not protect privacy with regard to unlawful actions (or matters) and actions that occur within public view;

4. Further affirms the legality of the following under the law of this Assembly as not infringing on the right to privacy:

  1. Conducting or attempting to conduct a legal arrest or pursuing a criminal suspect;

  2. Conducting a search or seizure with a warrant or similar authorization because of a possible legal violation by the person or possibly involving the person who is being searched, whose property is being searched, or whose property is being seized;

  3. Conducting a search or seizure without a warrant or similar authorization because a compelling public interest exists (for example, there is an imminent threat to public safety);

  4. Monitoring or conducting legal surveillance of a criminal suspect or an associate;

  5. Requiring that a person testify about something that is private when violations of the law are suspected or during the course of a lawful trial;

5. Allows persons to waive their privacy rights so long as uncoerced and informed consent is provided;

6. Clarifies that reasonable, or objective, expectations of privacy might vary regarding similar actions, places, or other matters in different jurisdictions because of differences in culture and so forth;

7. Notes that this resolution provides only minimum protections of the right to privacy and that member states themselves or this Assembly may enact greater protections of the right to privacy than what is provided in this resolution; and

8. Expresses the openness of this Assembly to further debate and consideration of legislation regarding privacy rights in more specific areas, especially for circumstances in which the rights and obligations of the individual are unclear or unassured.

Votes For: 7,427 (70%)
Votes Against: 3,173 (30%)


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