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Resolution At Vote
SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION AT VOTE
Repeal "Condemn NAZI EUROPE"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Proposed by: The Dourian Embassy
Description: WA Security Council Resolution #37: Condemn NAZI EUROPE shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Argument: The Security Council,
Acknowledging that the region known as Nazi Europe attempted to destroy many regions throughout its history,
Understanding that Nazi Europe was condemned for those attempts by the Security Council,
Accepting, however, that the nations responsible for most of the condemned actions, such as Laos refugees, oh my days, and "The New Aryan People" have since been conquered and ceased to operate as independent governments,
Knowing that Nazi Europe had its dictatorial regime removed from power by a combined force of regions and organizations including The North Pacific, The United Imperial Armed Forces of The New Inquisition, The Land of Kings and Emperors and Albion and The Imperial Sovereign Realms Army of Osiris and Balder,
Acknowledging the assistance of regions and organizations such as Equilism, Europeia, The East Pacific, Lone Wolves United, The Black Hawks, The Red Fleet, Unknown, The Kingdom of Great Britain, Sicarius, Mazeria, The MT Army, Kantrias and North Korea.
Believing that the conquering of Nazi Europe by the coalition of forces listed above has eliminated it as a threat to the world,
Recognizing that Nazi Europe is no longer deserving of any attention from this esteemed body, even in the form of a condemnation,
Hereby repeals SC#37 "Condemn Nazi Europe."
Votes For: 4,360 (60%)
Votes Against: 2,945 (40%)
Voting Ends: in 1 day 6 hours
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The Security Council resolution "Commend Sciongrad" was defeated 5,479 votes to 2,454.
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