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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
Commend Historia Novorum
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
Nominee: Historia Novorum
Proposed by: Xapili
Description: Description: The Security Council,
Observing that the nominated region is an active player in the international community;
Noting that many of the nominated region's leadership, particularly the current World Assembly Delegate The Democratic Union of North America and the Great Lakes, The Maritime Matriarchy of The New Great Roman Empire, The Republic of Cinnabarra, The Theocracy of Theravada Kampuchea, and The People's Republic of Krakozhya have long and storied histories spanning many years within NationStates;
Recognizing the ingenuity and imagination of the nominated region's visionary objectives in establishing their particular brand of public interactive regional interplay;
Admiring that the aforementioned leaders, as well as other members of the nominated region, have collectively accomplished many praiseworthy feats, including:
Applauding the community-oriented democratic government;
Praising the extensive efforts of said government to create a vibrant, freely communicative, and involved community;
Appreciating the atmosphere of realistic authenticity evident in the nominated region;
Remarking that unique niches such as found in the nominated region are the often-overlooked heart of the worldwide community;
Concluding that the nominated region merits an official commendation based on all of the above reasoning;
Hereby Commends: Historia Novorum
Votes For: 3,622 (28%)
Votes Against: 9,298 (72%)
Voting Ends: in 52 minutes
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The Security Council resolution "Condemn Imperium of the Wolf" was defeated 8,456 votes to 5,303.
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