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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Constitutional Monarchy of United Kingdom WA Delegate (elected )

Founder: The Jus Cogens of The Act of Union 1707

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Most Nations: 51st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 507th
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Welcome to United Kingdom!
"Dieu et Mon Droit"



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Prime Minister: Lord Tomb


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~ Current Security Level: GREEN - Minimal possibility of hostility; operations are normal.
~ Endorsement Cap: 50% of United Kingdom WA Delegate's endorsements.



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Regional Power: High

United Kingdom contains 261 nations, the 51st most in the world.

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Nations ranked highly have lower rates of preventable death, with their citizens enjoying longer average lifespans.

As a region, United Kingdom is ranked 4,747th in the world for Longest Average Lifespans.

NationWA CategoryMotto
21.The Republic of Free KerbalsDemocratic Socialists“Ad Astra Explosiva”
22.The Queendom of Viti EstiScandinavian Liberal Paradise“By the Sword We Seek Peace But Peace Only Under Liberty”
23.The Dominion of The Federation of Rhodesia and NyasalandNew York Times Democracy“Magni Esse Mereamur”
24.The United Kingdom of HuntikusCivil Rights Lovefest“Big money, big women, big fun”
25.The Holy Empire of Holy Christian StateMoralistic Democracy“Miserando Atque Eligendo”
26.The Constitutional Monarchy of United Kingdom WA DelegateCivil Rights Lovefest“Dieu et mon Droit”
27.The Defence Secretary of JacobiosScandinavian Liberal Paradise“May the Sun shine upon our Kingdom”
28.The Republic of LourenneIron Fist Consumerists“Tan Hana Wighna Tan Sirna ”
29.The Kingdom of TazadoniaCorrupt Dictatorship“Onwards to Glory”
30.The Kingdom of KearsleyAuthoritarian Democracy“In Neve we Trust”
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REPEAL THE WA!

The Theocracy of Anellican Pastafarianism wrote:You do realize that the current SC repeal is of a liberation that occurred seven years ago, right? I agree that repealing a law less than a month after it's passed is ridiculous, but this current repeal has been on the books for far too long, and the region that it deals with is now only home to two nations.

Good idea, or maybe it should be aless than 2 months.
Is anyone a WA mamber with more than 2 endorsments? Could you please write a proposal about the problem.

Anellican Pastafarianism

It's not a major issue, and I don't intend on creating one. Sorry If it came across that way. I just was thinking, I'm new to this, and it seems like half of the proposals passed since I have started have been repealed. My thought is that they never should have been passed at all. And for the current one, if the region has been dead for 7 years, then it is dead. Let it die in peace. The 2 nations that remain should have joined other regions long ago. I may not understand, but on the face it seems like a waste of thought and time.

The Armed Republic of Evil Eagle wrote:For now I am going to vote against any repeal WA proposals. This never ending cycle of pass a bill, then repeal it is getting tiresome. Anyone care to join me in spreading this crusade? I Think that no laws should be passed unless it is scrutinized and considered first. For the most part I will be voting against every law. Until it gets cleaned up a bit. Who knows how to be WA compliant anymore. So much contradiction. It's more confusing than the US federal civil code. Proposing legislation just to see if it passes should never be considered valid governmental action. Sometimes doing nothing isn't so bad.

Hear, hear!

The Armed Republic of Evil Eagle wrote:And for the current one, if the region has been dead for 7 years, then it is dead. Let it die in peace. The 2 nations that remain should have joined other regions long ago. I may not understand, but on the face it seems like a waste of thought and time.

It's my belief that the SC should be used to protect the right of nations and regions that have been invaded. This region was invaded seven years ago, but since then the invaders have left, leaving behind only two natives.

Continuing the liberation of the region is pointless because it unnecessarily takes away the governance rights of the locals. You may think it inconsequential due to their small number, but it's my belief that a region's a region, no matter how small.

Neomgea

The Armed Republic of Evil Eagle wrote:For now I am going to vote against any repeal WA proposals. This never ending cycle of pass a bill, then repeal it is getting tiresome. Anyone care to join me in spreading this crusade? I Think that no laws should be passed unless it is scrutinized and considered first. For the most part I will be voting against every law. Until it gets cleaned up a bit. Who knows how to be WA compliant anymore. So much contradiction. It's more confusing than the US federal civil code. Proposing legislation just to see if it passes should never be considered valid governmental action. Sometimes doing nothing isn't so bad.

i agree

the general assembly vote is stupid

Anellican Pastafarianism

The United Socialist States of Jundoria wrote:the general assembly vote is stupid

How so?

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