General Assembly Resolution # 455
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #454 “Debtor Voting Rights” (Category: Furtherment of Democracy; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The General Assembly,
Acknowledging the efforts of GA Resolution #454 to prevent debts from inhibiting a citizen's right to vote,
Understanding though brevity is important in many cases, the extreme it was brought to in this resolution was counter productive,
Seeing numerous loopholes in the resolutions that more cruel states could employ, such as, but not limited to:
Criminalizing outstanding debt under specific conditions to imprison the individual for the duration of the voting,
Making outstanding debt punishable by law through a choice of forfeiture of voting rights or imprisonment,
Passing legislation revoking the citizenship of a citizen, and thus their right to vote if they are indebted,
Understanding that the rights of those living in autocratic nations in regards to their political rights are not addressed,
Noticing the resolution does not specify on what debtors can not be stripped of the right to vote on,
Seeing that such a loosely worded clause is open to exploitation,
Believing the World Assembly Delegation of the nation which passed the legislation could write a more conclusive piece of legislation for this issue,
Hoping that member nations will create thoughtful and articulate legislation with regards to unforeseen consequences and in consideration to the variety of member states' cultural normalities on this issue,
Wishing that in the period the legislation is active its loopholes will not be exploited at the expense of the citizenry of nations across the multiverse,
Hereby repeals GA Resolution #454.