General Assembly Resolution # 121
A resolution to slash worldwide military spending.
Category: Global Disarmament
Proposed by: Warzone Codger
ACKNOWLEDGING that war extends beyond those engaged in combat
ACCEPTING there are always dangers presiding in conflict zones
BELIEVING however that it is immoral to target those providing humanitarian aid
NOTING the costs of recovery would be lessened if vital infrastructure and supplies are undamaged
PROPOSES the following:
1. PROHIBITS the deliberate targeting of medical facilities clearly displaying the emblems of an recognised international humanitarian movement during a conflict.
a) Defines a medical facility as a structure whose primary function is to repair damage or preserve life after the immediate effects of injury or disease.
b) Defines deliberate targeting as any intentional attack, raid or sabotage at the above while they in the performance of their duties
2. CHARGES the International Humanitarian Aid Coordination Committee to identify recognised international humanitarian movements and that knowledge of them is provided to World Assembly members.
3. WAIVES the protections of this resolution where it is shown that:
a) The facility has been used in a role other than medical assistance, such as the production or stockpiling of non-medical supplies.
b) There is evidence of camouflage or attempt to abuse these protections for strategic advantage
c) In dealings with non World Assembly nations this resolution has not been followed.
4. URGES nations to conduct war in a manner that causes the least loss of life.