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 # 18
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
Proposed by: Topid
The Security Council,
Observing the efforts of Sedgistan, as a long time member and current Arch Chancellor of the Founderless Region Alliance (FRA) to ensure interregional peace and goodwill,
Remembering the liberation of Feudal Japan authored by Sedge, which was followed by a defeat of the raiders by a defender force led by Sedge and including members from the FRA, TITO, Equilism, Texas, Europeia, 00000 A World Power, Yggdrasil, The United Kingdom, Crusaders of Justice, Liberty Alliance, Antarctica, and Royal Federation of Nations, and a refounding mission assisted by Sedge,
Impressed by the tireless work of Sedgistan to ensure the natives of Feudal Japan regained control of their region and kept control permanently,
Knowing there exist countless other regions Sedgistan has defended from the grips of raiders, amassing 222 points so far in his 3 years as an FRA Ranger, the second highest of all time,
Acknowledging the Security Council work of Sedgistan other than Liberate Feudal Japan, which includes authoring Liberate Free Thought, being listed as a co-author of Commend Todd McCloud, Liberate Utopia, and Liberate Land of the Liberals,
Asserting that any nation that has done as much work as Sedgistan has to ensure interregional peace and goodwill should be commended,
General Assembly Resolution # 84
A resolution to increase democratic freedoms.
The General Assembly,
Appalled by governments that resort to enforcing disappearances, most commonly to deny individuals of their existing civil and political rights,
Defines a Forced Disappearance as a political tactic, where a government or government sponsored entity conceals the fate, or existence of an individual or a group of individuals who were required by said government to vanish from public view,
1. Prohibits member nations, and the World Assembly from forcing the disappearance of any individual;
2. Requires the reversal of the political tactics used against victims of forced disappearance by
(a) Releasing to the public all of the government documentation surrounding these cases of forced disappearances;
(b) Publicizing the whereabouts of these individuals, or the circumstances of their death;
3. Demands that there be no statute of limitation on forced disappearance;
4. Permits member states to protect the identities and whereabouts of an individual in a way that may bear characteristics of forced disappearances, provided that the intentions of this resolution are respected and that the said individual has given consent;
5. Declares that any organization of a member nation which utilizes the provisions of Clause 4 must be officially publicized to said member nation at least to the extent of the general purpose of the program or bureaucratic entity being publicly documented;
6. Requests that such public documentation must also include that the organization is utilizing Clause 4 of this document;
7. Welcoming the addition of further legislation on the subject by member states, such as providing reparations to victims of forced disappearances, or their families.
Security Council Resolution # 19
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
THE WORLD ASSEMBLY:
NOTES that 17 Antarctic Oasis nations have authored 49 successful resolutions in total, within both the NSUN and NSWA;
DETAILS that these passed resolutions cover a wide variety of topics, including education, economics, child pornography, necrophilia, terrorism, naval protocols, and also the highly controversial subject of abortion;
LAUDS Antarctic Oasis as only one of the above passed resolutions has as of yet been repealed, which demonstrates a strength in proposal writing and ensures that the regions efforts have affected all WA member nations;
OBSERVES that diplomats from Antarctic Oasis are frequently found in the Strangers Bar and that they have contributed greatly to the atmosphere and ambiance of that drinking establishment - provided that they are not brawling, lighting fires, causing explosions, and/or pranking other diplomats;
APPRECIATES the entertainment value that diplomats of Antarctic Oasis have added to World Assembly floor debates with their inclusion of shockingly profane dolphins, destructor bunnies, pie fights, water fights, karaoke contests, and more;
DOCUMENTS the other contributions that members of Antarctic Oasis have made to the NSWA, such as:
Highlighting loopholes in proposed legislation
Unearthing indisputable archeological proof that the WA Secretariat currently known as Ardchoille was originally known as Artichokeville
Introducing all ambassadors to the Thessadorian Ambassador and her considerable assets;
OVERLOOKS the other, less honorable contributions that members of Antarctic Oasis have made to the NSWA, such as:
Soliciting bribes for votes
Exploiting loopholes in passed legislation
Employing gnomish war-bands and kamikaze penguins to keep compliance officials at bay;
COMMENDS the region of Antarctic Oasis for their many wide and varied contributions to the World Assembly.
Co-authored by The Palentine
General Assembly Resolution # 85
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #81 “Disaster Preparedness Act” (Category: International Security; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
APPLAUDING the efforts of Resolution #81, Disaster Preparedness Act, for seeking to reduce loss of lives and damage to property by means of disaster preparedness and the coordination of national disaster alert systems;
UNDERSTANDING that disaster preparedness and the coordination of national disaster alert systems is indisputably crucial to reduce the loss of lives and damage to property when predictable disasters occur;
ALARMED that the resolution concerned does not have an established funding program to financially help any member state install the required disaster response systems; with the assumption being made that all member states were able to install such systems independently, whereas in reality poorer member states may not be able to afford it;
SADDENED by the fact that the Global Organization for Public Safety (GOPS) was not equipped to act in the most effective manner possible as it was not formally directed to:
Share disaster prediction data with national monitoring agencies;
Collaborate with member states that already possess perfectly competent agencies of their own for such matters;
Advise national disaster response agencies about "best practice" solutions to mitigate any potential risks:
APPALLED, with consideration to the arguments above, that GOPS would be able to penalise a member state for ignoring the warnings they issued, or for responding insubstantially to a warning; where in fact, the said member state could not afford to install any kind of disaster response system to adequately respond to such warnings;
FURTHER APPALLED that member states could be unfairly penalised for deploying their own (maybe long-established) disaster response plan that is sufficient enough, yet still viewed as being inadequate by GOPS for not being the best possible method of response;
HOPING that a more specific, well written and better thought out resolution concerning disaster preparedness can be drafted with due diligence;
HEREBY Repeals Resolution #81, Disaster Preparedness Act.
Security Council Resolution # 20
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
The Security Council,
COMMITTING itself to diplomatic efforts to end international servitude -- a commitment which current General Assembly (GA) legislation demands from member nations,
RECONGNIZING that Greater Tezdrian is the founder and the continued leader of the International Association of Slave Exporting Nations (IASEN),
NOTING that member nations of the IASEN are not obligated to comply to General Assembly legislation as the first clause of the IASEN Code of Rules demands that all [IASEN members] must resign from the World Assembly,
PROTESTING the IASENs marketing and promotion of their so-called noble practice of slavery,
AWARE that the IASEN operates through various storefronts and trade auctions across the world with an excess of over sixty-six million slaves in its possession,
DENOUCING the IASENs variation of National Sovereignty as a flimsy international excuse to abuse and ignore human and civil rights that were protected by anti-slavery GA legislation,
AFFIRMING that Greater Tezdrian and the IASEN have promoted an even worse reputation for national sovereignists regarding human and civil rights,
APPRECIATING the gallant opposition to the IASEN by WA members including Ozymos, Orlkjestad, Kelanis, Uregrea, Windica and former and non-WA members including Ostronopolis, New chalcedon, Questers, Santheres, Allemande, Ralkovia, Marzeron, Hardenburgh and troops from the World Anti-Slavery Organization (WASO) and the Oceanic Defense Coalition (ODECON),
UNDERSTANDING that the aforementioned and highly celebrated upholders of human rights took various actions against the IASEN including
The seizure of slave ships,
Engagements of war,
Trade embargos, and economic sanctions,
Cease and Desist orders,
Financial compensation and incentive for the freedom of the slaves,
ACCEPTING that a condemnation of the IASEN and its unrighteous founder is the very least that the World Assembly can do as an international entity dedicated to improving worldwide human and civil rights,
DEEPLY CONCERNED that the spread of servitude, and the reversal of existing liberties is imminent without early and responsive action towards this growing problem,
HEREBY CONDEMNS Greater Tezdrian.