Security Council Resolution # 247
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
Nominee (region): The East Pacific
Asserting that liberation proposals such as this one can be written to have a symbolic, rather than practical effect, and that liberations can be targeted at regions without "Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry,"
Believing that The East Pacific, under the repressive leadership of raider-allied Queen Yuno, has stooped to such horrendous levels that a liberation is fitting,
Concerned that, in violation of the universally-respected right to emigrate, the raider cabal in charge in The East Pacific has prohibited member nations from departing, whilst deliberately misleading ignorant citizens about the "rights afforded to them,"
Disgusted by the present regime's use of an eye-searing shade of pink in official documents and across the region,
Distressed that through their ties to raider organizations in the West Pacific and in the Black Hawks, Queen Yuno has infiltrated the government of a democratic region to twist it towards the destructive ends of the aforementioned regions,
Annoyed that in an effort to undermine regular nations, Queen Yuno has elevated themselves to status as one of the largest superdelegates in these nation-states, and has, in an effort to undermine democracy in the World Assembly, dramatically increased their own power in the World Assembly,
Sympathizing with the victims of the self-proclaimed "Loligarch's" mass-communications, the sheer quantity of which have bored global leaders the world over,
The Security Council, by the advice and consent of the Delegates and member nations thereof, does hereby, in the name of the ever-knowing Violet, Liberate The East Pacific.