General Assembly Resolution # 329
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #328 “Rights of Indigenous Peoples” (Category: Civil Rights; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Distressed and mortified that 'Rights of Indigenous Peoples' would allow culturally distinct minority groups to circumvent the legitimate authority of member nations, as the resolution attempts to '[prohibit] member nations from ... limiting [indigenous] culture[s]' in clause (5),
Maintaining that it is a violation of human rights to make some groups 'more equal' than others,
Concerned that the resolution permits ritual murder, as ritual murders are not prohibited by international law,
Believing that ritual murder is immoral and a violation of human rights,
Further disapproving of the resolution as it prohibits governments from pursuing public health initiatives or executing infrastructure programmes for economic development in their own sovereign territory if there are beliefs to the contrary,
Confident that international economic development is important for the functioning of the free society and building of the modern society,
The World Assembly hereby,
Repeals the resolution on the 'Rights of Indigenous Peoples'.