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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
Repeal "Liberate Liberal Haven"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Proposed by: Corrupt Communists
Description: WA Security Council Resolution #144: Liberate Liberal Haven shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Argument: The Security Council,
Seeing that Liberal Haven was liberated in order to strike down a raider-created password to allow natives to reclaim their home.
Noting that Liberal Haven has since been invaded at times, due to the native-elected delegate's inability to create a regional password for security. Because of the raiders, the native community of Liberal Haven wish this liberation removed in order to help re-found the region, which is impossible with the liberation in place.
Asking that this liberation be lifted in order to help the re-founding process in order to give Liberal Haven residents their right to a secure home.
Finalizing that the liberation was needed at the time of invasion, but has served its purpose for the region. Now, it remains against the will of the regional natives, and is hurting the region. Due to the desire of Liberal Haven residents to repeal the liberation,
This Resolution Hereby Repeals "Liberate Liberal Haven".
Votes For: 9 (1%)
Votes Against: 652 (99%)
Voting Ends: in 3 days 23 hours
Debate this resolution in the Security Council forum.
The Security Council resolution "Liberate The Black Riders" was defeated 6,541 votes to 1,884.
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