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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
Condemn The World Assembly
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
Nominee: The World Assembly
Proposed by: Tab1of2
APPLAUDING the founders of the World Assembly for their vision of a peaceful and brighter tomorrow;
ACKNOWLEDGING That the World Assembly has made great strives to see through this vision;
NOTING that the World Assembly has become full of animosity, frivolity, and hostile debate;
REALIZING that the World Assembly has a habit of constantly repealing recently passed legislation;
HOPING that the World Assembly will get its act together and rise against the elitism that plagues it;
DISMAYED that we have let the World Assembly's useless folly continue for too long;
We the nations of the World Assembly hereby
Votes For: 3,061 (25%)
Votes Against: 9,225 (75%)
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The Security Council resolution "Condemn Wallenburg" was defeated 8,640 votes to 3,842.
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