General Assembly Resolution # 264
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #243 “Language Preservation” (Category: Education and Creativity; Area of Effect: Cultural Heritage) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The General Assembly,
UNDERSTANDING the goal of resolution #243, which is to preserve languages,
NOTING that nations may have a large quantity of languages,
REALIZING such nations may be unable to record all languages,
SADDENED nations are required to interfere with languages lacking an alphabet, which may alter the language,
CONVINCED that some cultures would not like their languages to be recorded, for it is sacred to them and any interference made by the government would go against their beliefs,
ACKNOWLEDGING that some languages have an overwhelming amount of notable works of literature which have yet to be recorded, and recording these works is a task which may take many years of research,
FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGING that the term "notable works" used in the resolution is a vague term, as the resolution does not clearly state what makes a work of literature "notable",
BELIEVING the International Language Research Center is not needed to record the billions of languages, which already is an overwhelming task,
HEREBY repeals GA #243