General Assembly Resolution # 339
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #336 “World Space Administration” (Category: Education and Creativity; Area of Effect: Educational) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly
Noting that the target Resolution was drafted in an attempt to promote space travel by Member States,
Recognizing that the Resolution not only fails in this goal, but also harms existing space programs of Member States,
Objecting to the Resolution's claim that Member Nations need cooperate in order to explore space, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary,
Concerned that with the inclusion of clauses that give the W.S.A authority to regulate the Interstellar and Interplanetary exploration of Member States, the Resolution cripples the ability of Member States to conduct their own Space Programmes,
Further Concerned that while the Resolution authorizes the W.S.A to regulate the Space Programmes of Member States, it fails to specify any regulations,
Extremely Confused by the Resolution's use of "Preformed", which makes many of the goals stated within the resolution impossible,
Noting that the Resolution demands that Member States disallow the use of vessels in a state of disrepair, without exception regarding vessels damaged in space or other unavoidable circumstances,
Further noting that the target Resolution contains numerous grammatical errors, which hinder comprehension of the Resolution,
Hereby Repeals General Assembly Resolution # 336, World Space Administration.