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How long is the WA delegate term in office

The Constitutional Monarchy of Libera Civitate wrote:How long is the WA delegate term in office


One month.

Speaking of WA Delegate, on the general assembly proposal "Protection of Sapient Rights," the vast majority of Equilism members voted for it, so I have as well.

What do you all think of Repeal "World Space Administration"?

I've received endless telegrams trying to persuade me to either vote for or against it.

I dislike it, personally. It's not a terribly bad resolution, but it does require *all* nations to enact safety regulations for space travel, and establish whatever infrastructure is necessary for safe space travel, even if those nations are not spacefaring or do not have the budget or space for that sort of development.

It's also not clear to me how a member state can enforce their specific saftey regulations on other nations' spacecrafts that are simply flying above the nation in question.

Hi guys. So I got a new issue. Should voting be compulsory? What do you guys think?

Yes i it should be

If you want to increase civil rights, then it should not be.

The Holy Flemingovian Empire of Astarial wrote:I dislike it, personally. It's not a terribly bad resolution, but it does require *all* nations to enact safety regulations for space travel, and establish whatever infrastructure is necessary for safe space travel, even if those nations are not spacefaring or do not have the budget or space for that sort of development.

It's also not clear to me how a member state can enforce their specific saftey regulations on other nations' spacecrafts that are simply flying above the nation in question.


The thing that bothers me is how poorly defined the terms of the original resolution are. Upon further inspection, there are several things that the author fails to define, such as: "cosmos" and what would entail creating a new vessel. As it is worded now, the WSA could take any possible damage (such as a chip in the paint) as reason to scrap a perfectly functioning vessel.

But what I especially do not like about the original legislature is the fact that it allows an external body of government to micromanage internal affairs on a wide spectrum; being that this includes military, national secrets don't seem to be so secret.

I'm not sure if any WA members have received messages from the original author, but I have and he has NOT helped his case. He has sent telegrams asking people to support a bill that condemns himself while going on to slander the WA...it's a real mess.

The WA is usually a mess, just part of the game. You eventually get used to the individuals that are the 'usual suspects' in things.

Personally, I favor most all GA repeals. It's a rare GA resolution that doesn't interfere with national sovereignty in some manner. SC resolutions on the other hand, are a different tool that can be quite useful.

When I vote, it is for whichever option most empowers and least restricts states. Human rights or industrial regulations? Pfft! I'm the opposite in real life, but in real life I am not a state.

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