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.
Security Council Resolution # 287
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
The Security Council,
ACKNOWLEDGING the existence of government-owned art collections within nations and the buying and selling of individual artworks,
DISTURBED that Koem Kabs museums have collections so large and high-valued that masterpieces are not recognized for their beauty, instead glanced at due to the sheer amount of them. This disregard for art has been caused by the following:
Koem Kabs museums abundance of art from the worlds greatest nations, who have contributed internationally and been ranked highest in international censuses for a long time. Koem Kabs museums have an obsession with collecting art from these nations, a trait shared by many, but fulfilled by few.
Koem Kabs active attempts at monopolizing art from NERVUN, of which Koem Kab has a staggeringly large number of pieces, which easily places Koem Kab with the largest NERVUNian collection, and more than could be adequately displayed.
Koem Kabs decision to hoard the artificially high-valued art from Queen Yuno, of which Koem Kab easily has the most in the world.
Koem Kabs complete unwillingness to sell art unless the buyer is willing to meet unreasonably high prices,
AWARE of the effects of hoarding, which not only prevents widespread learning about many prominent nations, but also, as stated above, discredits the art,
NOTING the importance of the distribution of art over a large number of nations, as it means that even if a government ceases to exist and its museums are abandoned, the knowledge and beauty they contained will continue to exist in the world.
DISGUSTED at the methods Koem Kab has used to develop such an abnormally large and high-valued collection, including:
Intentionally avoiding the expenses necessary to expand a nations museums, which include construction, security, transportation, and time spent during construction with the museums unable to profit. Instead of renovating museums, Koem Kab usually chooses to disrespectfully keep art in the warehouses of its largest colony, Greatest Chernobyl. These masterpieces sit here until they can be sold to a grateful owner.
Blatantly increasing the value of useless art from nations such as Upansia, Democratic Reich of Germania, Divine Will VIII, CALM33, The Automobile Industry, and many more by selling the art to a nation controlled by Koem Kab for a high price, which raises the value and thus the value of the collection. This causes Koem Kabs art collections to appear to be worth thousands more than than they actually should be, thus misrepresenting the museum.
Koem Kabs abuse of its fortune in order to buy cheap art. This can most-likely only be achieved if the nation has a large amount of wealth to prevent dropping. Stopping this dropping tactic from occurring prevents the naïve seller from getting a fair amount for the art, and discourages competition, as it often ends the bidding war,
Colonizing thousands of nations for the sole purpose of art production,
AWARE of the methods Koem Kab uses that are widely considered petty for nations with large collections, such as transfer stealing,
FURTHER AWARE that Koem Kab has contributed to the art value inflation. This has been done because the demand for popular art has not been met by the supply, so nations with lots of art from a single nation can demand much higher than its actual worth. This cost increase has made it more difficult for poor nations to own popular art, and ensured that most popular art will go to Koem Kab and other rich collectors.
CONCLUDING that Koem Kab has prevented growth of small museums, inflated art prices, stolen transferred bank, pennybidded, artificially raised art value, nearly monopolized ownership of some art, and hoarded,
Hereby condemns Koem Kab
General Assembly Resolution # 470
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #468 “Prohibit Private Prisons” (Category: Social Justice; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
Applauding the efforts of this assembly to improve the standards and conditions of incarceration by prohibiting private prisons in the aforementioned resolution;
Quoting clause 2 which states "Further defines a "private prison" as a prison that is entirely owned and operated or primarily owned and operated by a nongovernmental corporation, a private individual, or any other private actor or actors";
Noting that the aforementioned clause states that a prison can only be considered private if it is wholly or primarily owned by a private proprietor;
Recognising that this therefore means governments can exploit this loophole through purchasing 51% of a private prison to avoid the ban;
Further Noting that a government can own a prison and lease it to a private proprietor as the resolution does not prohibit this;
Further Quoting clause 3 which states "Requires all member states and their political subdivisions, within two calendar years of this resolution's passage and in perpetuity thereafter, to discontinue their use of private prisons for the incarceration of individuals convicted of crimes and serving criminal sentences";
Observing that the aforementioned clause does not ban private prisons in member states but instead, allows them to operate as long as they receive criminals convicted in foreign non-member countries;
Discerning that member states can arrest individuals and place them in private prisons whilst they await their trial due to the aforementioned clause stating "discontinue their use of private prisons for the incarceration of individuals convicted of crimes and serving criminal sentences";
Concerned that the resolution does not prohibit private prisons in member states but only bars member states from incarcerating their own convicts in them;
Believing that this resolution ought to be repealed and replaced by a resolution that regulates private prisons, or prohibits them properly;
Repeals GA#468 "Prohibit Private Prisons".
General Assembly Resolution # 471
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #432 “Preventing Desertification” (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: Agriculture) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The General Assembly,
Acknowledging the dangers desertification poses to member nations,
Applauding the resolution in its attempt to slow the spread of desertification,
Worried that the framework of the resolution only states removal of vegetation as a major cause of desertification, not referencing other factors such as climate change, urbanization, and harmful agricultural practices,
Further worried that the resolution does not provide a specific definition for desertification, possibly allowing for nations to dodge parts of the resolution by allowing desertification to spread while not citing it as such, leading to further environmental harm,
Acknowledging that, while it is important for member nations to determine their own policies and regulations in preventing desertification, the overall vagueness of the resolution will allow nations to take advantage of the resolution, doing little to stop this process while citing their effort as beneficial,
Noting that Clause 1 is extremely vague in its usage of reasonable precautions and reasonable regulations, not specifying what a level of excessive vegetation removal is and allowing member nations to interpret this however they want,
Observing that Clauses 2 and 3 both encourage nations to educate workers and take part in reforestation, allowing nations to ignore the clauses if they so choose, posing the risk of uneducated workers harming the environment further rather than aiding it,
Alarmed that Clause 4 is nebulous in the role the WAEC carries in its overseeing of efforts against deforestation, not elaborating on its jurisdiction or role, allowing member nations to dodge regulations and punishment through individual interpretation,
Seeing that subpoint A of of Clause 4 does not specify the extent of effort that is feasible or what is not harmful regarding efforts of preventing desertification, again allowing nations to employ minimal impact tactics as long as they interpret it as feasible,
Further surveying the subpoints generalization of each nations political structure could have an extremely negative impact on each specific nations role in combating desertification within its borders.
Worried that subpoints B and C of Clause 4 are both vague and generalized, not taking into account differing strategies for facilitating reforestation and preventing overgrazing in the different environments of each nation, allowing for member nations to continue deforestation and overgrazing through the ambiguity of the subpoints,
Concerned subpoint D of Clause 4 is also generalized, not referencing the specific water needs of each member nation based on its spread of desertification.
Confused on why subpoint E of Clause 4 does not specify what records are to be kept on areas affected by deforestation, such as water levels and area of land lost to desertification each year,
Viewing the extreme vagueness of the resolution has allowed for the exploitation of numerous loopholes,
Hoping the repeal of this resolution will result in the drafting of new legislation much more equipped to combat the disastrous effects of desertification,
Hereby Repeals GA#432 Preventing Desertification.
General Assembly Resolution # 472
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: Imperium Anglorum
Whereas the sterilisation of minors or incompetent persons is not prohibited by the legislation of this most excellent Assembly :
And whereas it would be most safe to entrust the authority to make such a determination to independent medical authorities :
Be it enacted by the World Assembly, by and with the advice and consent of the Delegates and Members, in this present session assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows :
1. It is unlawful in all member nations to sterilise, in any way, a person below the age of majority or any incompetent person, without the approval of an independent Institutional Review Board, which has certified after review, the necessity of sterilisation for the long-term health of that person.
2. The WACC may make regulations to clarify upon and enforce this resolution.