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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
Proposed by: Yokiria
Description: Description: The Security Council,
Aware of the irony,
Recognizing that the founding nation of Hell, SATAN, no longer exists,
Recalling that in similar situations, regional communities usually displace and sometimes disband,
Indicating Hell as a particularly bright exception to the aforementioned rule,
Applauding the unique model used by Hell's native community to protect themselves from invasion while still accepting newcomers,
Noting that the native community requires newcomers to pass a series of tests while residing in its sister region, Underworld,
Observing that Hell has its own regional publication named "Hell's Bells", which is driven by native nations' submissions to the publication and helps keep the region alive,
Amazed by the founderless community's exceptional tolerance of nations with diverse backgrounds, both within and outside of their community,
Praising the Hell community for its extraordinary resolve in enduring hardship, and its strive in protecting itself from invaders,
Encouraging other regions and communities to look to Hell as a role model when under the threat of displacement and invasion,
Hereby Commends Hell.
Votes For: 9,645 (54%)
Votes Against: 8,276 (46%)
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The Security Council resolution "Repeal "Condemn the Pacific"" was defeated 11,909 votes to 6,455.
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