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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
Repeal "Liberate The Mountains to the East"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Proposed by: Luke the Drifter
Description: WA Security Council Resolution #164: Liberate The Mountains to the East shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Argument: The Security Council,
Recognizing The Mountains to The East as a peaceful non-hostile community,
Angered The Mountains to The East was invaded by an aggressive multiregional force which assumed the delegacy, and placed a secret password in place, whilst simultaneously beginning to suppress native dissidence,
Shocked that the nation of The Zombie Apocalypse of Sadko, was able to hold the delegacy for over two months, and was able to accumulate sufficient influence to completely empty the region of nations,
Commending the efforts by Spiritus, The United Defenders League and others in liberating the region from The Black Riders, this returning some semblance of normalcy to the region so ravaged by invading forces,
Noting the regional natives desire to secure the region under their own control,
Aware that Security Council Resolution #164, "Liberate the Mountains to the East." while removing the secret password put in place by Sadko, also restricts the natives ability to secure the region under their own control,
Believing Security Council Resolution #164, "Liberate the Mountains to the East." has served it's ultimate goal of allowing the natives to return to their homeland,
Hereby repeals Security Council Resolution #164, "Liberate the Mountains to the East."
Votes For: 2,752 (31%)
Votes Against: 6,220 (69%)
Voting Ends: in 2 days 2 hours
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