Spreading interregional peace and goodwill, via force if necessary
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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
Nominee (region): Anarchy
Proposed by: YoriZ
Description: The Security Council,
Recognizing that the region of Anarchy has existed as a community in NationStates for over 10 years,
Noting the region's historic neutrality in the war between invaders and defenders, its acceptance of nations of all backgrounds, and its laudable mission to encourage political debate and dialogue amongst its members,
Lamenting that Anarchy was invaded on February 3, 2014 by The Black Riders, a group notorious for region destruction, tag raiding and other nefarious behavior for which it was condemned twice by this Council,
Dismayed that the invasion has turned to a long-term occupation, during which natives who dared protest against the invasion had been ejected and all dissent had been suppressed,
Aware that it is a matter of time before The Black Riders' WA Delegate gains sufficient influence to lock-down the region, and painfully aware that they could unleash destruction without interference from defenders, natives, and the world at large,
Concious that natives have no hope to reclaim their region once that happens,
Noting that Security Council intervention is the only course of action that could save Anarchy from The Black Riders' rapacious assault,
Hereby Liberates Anarchy.
Co-authored by The Celestial Realm of Goddess Relief Office
Votes For: 8,031 (82%)
Votes Against: 1,736 (18%)
Voting Ends: in 1 day 5 hours
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The Security Council resolution Liberate St Abbaddon was passed 7,085 votes to 3,553.
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