World Assembly Resolutions
Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.
Below is every World Assembly resolution ever passed.
General Assembly Resolution # 206
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #117 “Delineation of Borders Act” (Category: Political Stability; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
AGREEING that border dispute arbitration is an issue of the utmost relevance and importance,
APPROVING of the ideas and intent behind the Delineation of Borders Act,
NOTING that the Delineation of Borders Act does little other than create a committee, GABDO, with no legal authority,
DEEPLY AWARE that this lack of authority means hostile nations will likely continue to cause death and destruction due to disputed borders, regardless of GABDO's recommendations,
DEEPLY CONCERNED that the existence of the Delineation of Borders Act in its current state essentially blocks the creation of a body with some form of power which could help prevent unnecessary hardship and bloodshed as a result of disputes over borders,
REPEALS GA #117, Delineation of Borders Act.
Security Council Resolution # 92
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
The Security Council,
RECOGNIZES that Benevolent Capitalism has recently been invaded by Pwnzoria,
APPALLED that the members of Pwnzoria came in and quickly took power, password locking the region,
NOTING that on the twenty-second of June, 2012, that many of the members of Benevolent Capitalism were ejected by the raiders,
ACKNOWLEDGING that the natives of Benevolent Capitalism have been held out from their region by a password set by the invaders,
REALISING that if action is not taken to remove the region's password, then it will slowly die,
HOPING that by liberating Benevolent Capitalism, all of its natives will return to their homes, and may the region prosper once more,
HEREBY liberates Benevolent Capitalism
General Assembly Resolution # 207
A resolution to promote funding and the development of education and the arts.
Category: Education and Creativity
Area of Effect: Cultural Heritage
Proposed by: Ile Royale
The General Assembly,
NOTING the protection afforded to culturally significant artefacts by General Assembly Resolution 72;
RECOGNISING that there are many non-material aspects of culture not protected or preserved by that resolution;
DEFINING an intangible cultural heritage as a custom, practice, tradition or skill, and all locations and objects associated therewith, which is considered to be a part of the cultural heritage of a community, group or society by members of that community, group or society;
MANDATES that the Intangible Cultural Heritage Commission (ICHC) be established to categorise and record intangible cultural heritage;
ORDERS member states to assist the ICHC in its task by providing detailed and useful information regarding intangible cultural heritage within their territories;
REQUIRES member states to:
adopt a general policy for the protection of intangible cultural heritage.
criminalise any deliberate action which has the consequence of destroying an intangible cultural heritage by any means.
AFFIRMS the right of member states to restrict cultural practices that may cause harm to national populations, provided that academic information regarding these practices is recorded and submitted to the ICHC.
ENCOURAGES member states to institute policy aimed at training specialists with the necessary knowledge to protect and record intangible cultural heritage;
CALLS UPON member states to provide for education regarding intangible cultural heritage.
Security Council Resolution # 93
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
The World Assembly,
NOTING that each day, one region is featured, whereby its World Factbook Entry is widely publicized among all nations.
APPLAUDING The Featured Region Followers, whose members tirelessly travel to the featured region, leaving personalized congratulatory messages for its residents on the Regional Message Board,
HONORING The Featured Region Followers for nobly doing this valuable service for over five years,
OBSERVING that the messages left by members of The Featured Region Followers are not meant as advertisements for their own region, nor are they tied to a specific religion or belief, but are instead simple and sincere expressions of congratulation,
APPRECIATING the fact that the contents of the World Factbook Entries of many featured regions are preserved on the Regional Message Board of The Featured Region Followers, thereby creating a historical record of said regions on the day they were featured,
PRAISING the dialogue, socialization, and gift exchanges that occur frequently when members of The Featured Region Followers arrive, often resulting in increased activity within the region,
RECOGNIZING that the dedication and friendliness of The Featured Region Followers exemplify the Security Council's goal of spreading interregional peace and goodwill,
Hereby COMMENDS The Featured Region Followers.
General Assembly Resolution # 208
A resolution to reduce barriers to free trade and commerce.
Category: Free Trade
Proposed by: Auralia
Recognizing the numerous benefits of international trade to the economies of all World Assembly member nations,
Regretting that trade disputes between member nations serve as a barrier to international trade, resulting in severe political and economic consequences,
Believing that it is therefore in the World Assembly's interest to establish an impartial mediation and arbitration body tasked with resolving international trade disputes,
Realizing that failing to do so would constitute a extreme hazard to national populations,
The General Assembly,
Mandates that all member nations involved in a trade dispute enter into independent bilateral or multilateral negotiations, as appropriate, for a reasonable length of time in order to make a good faith attempt to peacefully and amicably resolve the issue;
Extends the mandate of the World Assembly Trade Commission to include non-binding mediation and binding arbitration services for international trade disputes rooted in a member nation's violation of international trade law or its own national laws;
Clarifies that such mediation and arbitration may only occur:
with the initial explicit, uncoerced consent of all the member nations involved in the dispute, and
after any independent bilateral and multilateral negotiations have failed;
Stipulates that such mediation and arbitration must proceed as follows:
the World Assembly Trade Commission must assemble a mediation or arbitration panel, consisting of unbiased adjudicators with the required qualifications and experience to fulfill their duties,
the member nation which requested mediation or arbitration must present the panel with a legitimate allegation that a member nation involved in the dispute has violated international trade law or its own national laws, and that this violation is a chief cause of the dispute,
each member nation involved in the dispute may present arguments and evidence pertaining to this allegation to the panel, and must comply with any reasonable request made by the panel for evidence necessary to make an informed ruling on the allegation,
the panel will consider all evidence presented and present a ruling detailing whether the allegation is true, as well as any actions on the part of member nations required to remedy the issue,
any member nation involved in the dispute may appeal a recommendation or ruling by the panel, on the grounds that the evidence presented was improperly considered, to a separate appellate panel, which will release a final ruling or recommendation based exclusively on the evidence presented to the original panel;
Authorizes the World Assembly Trade Commission to impose any applicable financial penalties on member nations which consented to the arbitration process but refused to comply with a final ruling by an arbitration panel or its corresponding appellate panel, as appropriate.