Security Council Resolution # 231
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Security Council Resolution #44 “Commend Texas” shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The Security Council,
CONSIDERING that merely having existed for a long period of time is not particularly unique among regions, and that many other regions have existed for as long or longer without commendation;
REASONING that many other regions are home to multiple nations which have authored resolutions;
FURTHER REASONING that many of these nations referred to in SC#44 are not native to Texas, but rather puppet regimes of nations residing in distant lands;
CONCERNED that the diplomacy practiced by Texas is not always mature, and that the region's leadership is quick to meet nations unlike them with hostility and unproductive rhetoric;
POINTING OUT that Texas' defender army has been minimally functional for many years, and that many other regions have hosted far more effective forces for peace;
RECOGNIZING that, though elections are held, only one nation has served as the President of Texas in recorded history;
OBSERVING that many of the accomplishments listed in SC #44 are more appropriately individually commended in SC #131 as the work of NewTexas, including the creation and maintenance of NSSuite, over a decade of WA vote participation, over a decade of service as President of Texas, and a history of commitment and communicating in the region;
CONTEMPLATING that the region, though perhaps above average, is not particularly remarkable, and that many points raised in the original resolution are misleading or the work of an individual nation which has been separately commended for its deeds;
HEREBY repeals Security Council Resolution #44.