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Hmm, #2... Too pacifistic! >:l

The Rogue Nation of Boricuastan wrote:I assume the vice delegate needs to be WA? If not I would gladly accede to the post. But I doubt that would be the case. :P

Welcome to the fold, Luxembourgers. Are you actually from Luxembourg, or are you just a fan?

I'm just a fan

Temporarily switching WA status but I will rejoin.

likely to be rather busy with RL for the next 2-3 days...

:(

Please tell me what you think of the 3rd draft of my proposal.

Fertile Farmland Protection

Council: General Assembly
Category: Environmental
Industry Affected: Agriculture

NOTING that most -- if not all -- WA States rely heavily on professional farmers to grow crops through agricultural means, and deeming it necessary for agriculture to remain intact having realized the benefits to the farmers, the economy, and international trade, but

REALIZING that when the same crop is planted in the same field too frequently, it rapidly depletes necessary nutrients from the soil, causing the soil to become infertile and unable to continue to produce enough crops to benefit any of the parties involved,

RELUCTANTLY AWARE that when crops are improperly rotated, the portion of once-fertile farmland on which these crops are planted can and will be destroyed, and a similarly sized portion of forest must be destroyed to replace that farmland,

HAVING STATED our reasons as to why fertile farmland should be protected, the General Assembly hereby:

    1. DEFINES a "professional farmer," for the purpose of this resolution, as any person who farms, plants, or gardens on an area of one hectare -- 10,000 square meters -- or more

    2. DEFINES "crop rotation," for the purpose of this resolution, as the action or system of alternating crops for the purpose of conserving the soil

    3. ESTABLISHES the World Assembly Association of Agriculture (WAAA) to determine which and how often agriculturally produced crops must be rotated for the sake of the soil. The WAAA will create and enforce regulations accordingly, so that crops are rotated when, and only when, absolutely necessary

    4. CALLS UPON the World Assembly Forest Commission (WAFC) to create strict restrictions on the number of hectares of forest that can be cut down for agricultural purposes in a given area

    5. REQUIRES that professional farmers abide by the rules and regulations created by the WAAA and the WAFC for the sake of the soil, the sake of themselves, and the sake of all the parties involved.

Anyone who makes a major change that I approve of gets co-authorship

Note, I'm showing you guys the third draft prior to posting it on its forum so that I can make it the best I can

I'm not sure it's a issue worth the WA's time to be honest..

Food security is fairly important. Submit it to the GA forum and we'll see what the wider universe thinks and whether delegates will consider it worth going to quorum.

I would recommend you all vote AGAINST Individual Working Freedoms as it's Mandates clause is so sufficiently vague that it could wholly screw up a liberal economic system with unions and working hour regulations.

Under lonnng-established WA (& even NS-UN...) procedure, the job of interpretion of any vagueness in passed resolutions falls by default to the member nations' own separate legislatures & legal systems. Therefore this proposed resolution could only have the harmful effects that you suggest if the governments & legal systems of the indivdual nations concerned actually condone those effects anyhows...

I am currently voting for the proposal, although of course if the regional balance shifts to a clear majority "Against" before voting ends then I (acting in my role as delegate, rather than simply for this nation) will switch policy accordingly.

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