WA Delegate (non-executive): The Diaspora Church of The Eternal Kawaii (elected 241 days ago)
Founder: The Anime World of Hayao Miyazaki
Regional Power: High
Today's World Census Report
The Largest Mining Sector in Anime
As a region, Anime is ranked 16,917th in the world for Largest Mining Sector.
|11.||The Catgirl Refuge of Sygma||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“My Way, Is The Right Way!”|
|12.||The Head Gone Missing of Mami Tomoe||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“I AM NOT AFRAID OF ANYTHING ANYMORE~!”|
|13.||The Republic of New Febostan||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Never Again”|
|14.||The Dictatorship of Dreams and Delusions||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Roses have thorns”|
|15.||The Magnificent Tail of Horo the Wise||Capitalist Paradise||“The wolf goddess demands apples”|
|16.||The Anime World of Hayao Miyazaki||Conservative Democracy||“Anime”|
|17.||The Empire of Amestris Exul||New York Times Democracy||“Nulli Expugnabilis Hosti”|
|18.||The Totally Confusingly Arousal of Hideyoshi Kinoshita||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“You...wanna check under my skirt?”|
|19.||The Empire of Edward Newgate||New York Times Democracy||“Baka !”|
|20.||The Dictatorship of Non-Existent Entities||Father Knows Best State||“We exist.”|
- 3 days 2 hours ago: The Queendom of Hina arrived from Osiris.
- 3 days 3 hours ago: The Queendom of Shalia departed this region for The Virtus Alliance.
- 3 days 3 hours ago: The Queendom of Shalia arrived from The North Pacific.
- 3 days 9 hours ago: The Allied States of SOS-NERV-ACROSS arrived from Lazarus.
- 4 days ago: The People's Federation of Ujang of the region Council of The Federated Nations proposed constructing embassies.
- 5 days ago: The Anime Paradise of Konachan arrived from Osiris.
- 6 days ago: The Tankery Maidens of Hanaukyo arrived from Balder.
- 7 days ago: The Empire of Ethiona ceased to exist.
- 7 days ago: The Loyal Maidservants of Hanaukyo ceased to exist.
- 7 days ago: The Empire of Ice9 ceased to exist.
Anime Regional Message Board
I've finished watching "Strange dawn" yesterday. This anime now is on the second place in my rating! Only "THE IDOLM@STER" and "Idol Master: Xenoglossia" (which share the first place) are better!
Well, Utracia, you'll have to come up with some more sophisticated ways of killing people, because the "Chemical Weapons Accord" was passed 6,689 votes to 5,712.
Next up: The WA's repeal-a-palooza is back on with a proposal to repeal the "Internet Net Neutrality Act". The author of the repeal is arguing that the law is too broadly worded. Its intent is to prohibit Internet service providers (ISPs) from discriminating against some customers by limiting their access to the Internet relative to others. The author notes that this effectively prohibits usage-based pricing for Internet access, which is one of the basic economic models used by ISPs. As such, the law is seriously impeding the ISP industry, for little benefit to the customer.
We agree with the author's reasoning here, and urge support for this repeal.
WA News, part II: The General Assembly resolution "Internet Net Neutrality Act" was repealed 10,019 votes to 2,395. And the repeals just keep on coming.
Next up on the chopping block is "Renewable Energy Installations". The repeal author is arguing that the REI legislation is too restrictive and in places counterproductive. For example, it defines an REI as one using processes having the least possible impact on the environment, which could be unaffordable for many nations. Also, the legislation requires REIs to be built in locations with the least possible environmental impact, ignoring the possibility that such locations may actually not be ideal (or even suitable) for an energy installation of any kind. All in all, it's a poorly worded piece of legislation in need of repeal, so we urge your support.
Given that even the author himself was trying to repeal it for much of the same reason, I don't see a reason not to vote for it.
voting sucks, cause both sides cant seem to do anything right
@The Free Land of Gemini Syndrome: Then join the WA and do something about it! :)
Speaking of which, the repeal-a-palooza is still ongoing, with General Assembly Resolution #236, "Renewable Energy Installations" struck down 10,385 votes to 1,944.
Now on the chopping block is GAR #72, "Cultural Heritage Protection". The repeal author is wanting it axed because its definition of a "cultural heritage site" is so broad and ill-defined that it can be readily abused. For example, a nation could declare one of its military sites that may have some incidental historical value as a "cultural heritage site" and therefore keep it off-limits as a military target. We agree; it's surprising this thing made it on the books in the first place.
Hmmm voting to keep the ladies nude but the guys to dress as girls is totally a viable idea... Till the women freeze in winter... Oh don't mind me just mumbling.
Lul kept forgetting to revive for all the RP stuff on my main nation eating my NS time, but good to see the region looks safe and active still now that I'm back. :D Now to find the old flag if I can... >.>
Well, you're in luck...the next WA issue up for vote addresses the issue of potentially freezing nude female residents.
After the General Assembly resolution "Cultural Heritage Protection" was repealed 8,859 votes to 3,166, we're taking a break from repeals to consider a Human Rights resolution: "Right to Adequate Shelter". In a nutshell, it declares adequate shelter to be a human right, and expects nations to guarantee it to their legal residents. There's a lot of philosophical hemming and hawing over this proposal in the Assembly chambers, mainly over whether "the right to shelter" is a real thing or whether it's simply an entitlement masquerading as a right.
Personally, we tend to agree with the latter argument. Shelter costs money, and a "right" that costs money to exercise is no right at all. We recommend voting against.
How can you possibly argue against adequate shelter being a human right? Nobody should have to sleep on the streets (unwillingly).