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.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 204
Nuclear Power Safety Act
A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.
Industry Affected: Mining
Description: The General Assembly,
DEFINING nuclear power as the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and do useful work,
RECOGNIZING that nuclear power is an efficient and abundant source of power,
AWARE that many nations use nuclear power as a source of power and some use it as a main source of power,
REALIZING the potential hazards of nuclear power such as nuclear waste and nuclear accidents that can cause long term damage to peoples health and the environment,
BELIEVING that most hazards caused by nuclear power can be easily prevented or dealt with responsibly,
CONCERNED that some nations may not have well-established safety standards for nuclear power and may be at risk of nuclear hazards,
ESTABLISHES the Nuclear Energy Safety Commission (NESC) to promote and oversee the safety standards of nuclear power plants,
SHALL grant the NESC the responsibilities of:
MANDATES the following for nations:
Votes For: 7,976 (73%)
GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 205
Freedom to Contract
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Human Rights
Description: The World Assembly:
AFFIRMING that all people have a fundamental right to liberty, which includes the freedom to choose, think, and act as an individual within the confines of socially acceptable behavior;
CONVINCED that a person's freedom to voluntarily and willfully make agreements with others is an important part of their fundamental right to liberty;
BELIEVING that recognition of the freedom to form contractual agreements would improve and promote commercial and social interactions between and within world nations;
1. DEFINES a "contract" for the purposes of this resolution as "an agreement between two or more persons containing specific terms that the parties intend to be legally binding and enforceable;"
2. DECLARES that any person who a member nation regards as competent to manage his or her own affairs shall be permitted by that nation to freely enter into binding contracts;
3. CLARIFIES that while a person must generally be permitted to contract freely, member nations - either individually or through collective WA action - may regulate certain contracts or agreements within their jurisdiction if doing so is necessary to meet some compelling public policy interest;
4. OBLIGATES Member Nations to provide an enforcement mechanism for valid contracts;
5. PERMITS Member Nations - either individually or through collective WA action - to establish reasonable rules regarding the form required for contracts, including whether certain contracts must be in writing, signed by the parties, and/or notarized by a government official.
Votes For: 8,806 (83%)
GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 206
Repeal "Delineation of Borders Act"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Proposed by: Ossitania
Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #117: Delineation of Borders Act (Category: Political Stability; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Argument: The World Assembly,
AGREEING that border dispute arbitration is an issue of the utmost relevance and importance,
APPROVING of the ideas and intent behind the Delineation of Borders Act,
NOTING that the Delineation of Borders Act does little other than create a committee, GABDO, with no legal authority,
DEEPLY AWARE that this lack of authority means hostile nations will likely continue to cause death and destruction due to disputed borders, regardless of GABDO's recommendations,
DEEPLY CONCERNED that the existence of the Delineation of Borders Act in its current state essentially blocks the creation of a body with some form of power which could help prevent unnecessary hardship and bloodshed as a result of disputes over borders,
REPEALS GA #117, Delineation of Borders Act.
Votes For: 7,975 (88%)
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION # 92
Liberate Benevolent Capitalism
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
Nominee (region): Benevolent Capitalism
Proposed by: Kannap
Description: The Security Council,
RECOGNIZES that Benevolent Capitalism has recently been invaded by Pwnzoria,
APPALLED that the members of Pwnzoria came in and quickly took power, password locking the region,
NOTING that on the twenty-second of June, 2012, that many of the members of Benevolent Capitalism were ejected by the raiders,
ACKNOWLEDGING that the natives of Benevolent Capitalism have been held out from their region by a password set by the invaders,
REALISING that if action is not taken to remove the region's password, then it will slowly die,
HOPING that by liberating Benevolent Capitalism, all of its natives will return to their homes, and may the region prosper once more,
HEREBY liberates Benevolent Capitalism
Votes For: 7,709 (85%)
GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION # 207
Intangible Cultural Heritage
A resolution to promote funding and the development of education and the arts.
Category: Education and Creativity
Area of Effect: Cultural Heritage
Proposed by: Ile Royale
Description: The General Assembly,
NOTING the protection afforded to culturally significant artefacts by General Assembly Resolution 72;
RECOGNISING that there are many non-material aspects of culture not protected or preserved by that resolution;
DEFINING an intangible cultural heritage as a custom, practice, tradition or skill, and all locations and objects associated therewith, which is considered to be a part of the cultural heritage of a community, group or society by members of that community, group or society;
MANDATES that the Intangible Cultural Heritage Commission (ICHC) be established to categorise and record intangible cultural heritage;
ORDERS member states to assist the ICHC in its task by providing detailed and useful information regarding intangible cultural heritage within their territories;
REQUIRES member states to:
AFFIRMS the right of member states to restrict cultural practices that may cause harm to national populations, provided that academic information regarding these practices is recorded and submitted to the ICHC.
ENCOURAGES member states to institute policy aimed at training specialists with the necessary knowledge to protect and record intangible cultural heritage;
CALLS UPON member states to provide for education regarding intangible cultural heritage.
Votes For: 7,029 (69%)