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 # 109
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
Nominee (region): NAZI EUROPE
The Security Council,
Acknowledging some ideologues within the world can be detrimental to the international community as a whole and should be perceived with antipathy as the practies followed by such ideologues target individuals and or ethnic groups throughout the ecosphere with tremendous animosity;
Recognizing the typical use of liberation proposals, which classically are pitches to free a native community from an unwarranted password imposed by a Delegate with aspirations of tyrannical obliteration of said community, to help illustrate the intentions of this unconventional proposition;
Beseeching the international community to take steps in the hindering of detrimental ideologues followed by regional communites such as Nazi Europe by voting in favor of this proposition that will permit readied militaries of international coalitions, which pursue the spreading of interregional peace and goodwill via force in the case of this proposition, admittance in the region;
Observing no existents of a regional army maintained by Nazi Europe that could serve as a threat to interregional peace, however, this focus is merely to help outline the unconventional intentions of this liberation;
Perceiving the community within Nazi Europe to be dwindling, and, in an undetermined period of time, will decay into oblivion, permitting the establishment of a new administration that may or may not shadow the same ideologies and objectives charted by the current administration of the region;
Believing in the capability of the mentioned readied militaries to prevent the establishment of a new administration that would shadow the same detrimental ideologies pursued by the current government of Nazi Europe;
Noting the region to already be condemned by Security Council Resolution #37 for atrocious acts of hostility and intolerance, not just towards members of the international community, but to those who find themselves subject to the governance by the nations within Nazi Europe;
Frightened that such a stronghold dedicated to abhorrence could, if not doing so already, corrupt entire communities to purpose the same ideologues followed by that of Nazi Europe;
Requesting the international community to recognize the symbolism in this proposal, and to stand united against ideologies that just serve to hinder interregional peace, goodwill, and prosperity;
Hereby Liberates: "Nazi Europe"
General Assembly Resolution # 245
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #237 “First Responder Protection Act” (Category: Civil Rights; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
RECOGNIZING the important role first responders play in medical emergencies and their need for special protection,
ACKNOWLEDGING the laudable intention behind GAR #237 "First Responder Protection Act",
HORRIFIED that GAR #237 does not respect basic rights such as the right not to be convicted twice for the same crime as well as the right for due process and trial, raising concerns with regard to GAR #37 "Fairness in Criminal Trials",
APPALLED that the resolution bypasses national judiciary by requiring conviction without a trial,
REGRETTING the micromanaging nature of GAR #237, which extends as far as camera installations in ambulances,
CONCERNED that the resolution's description calls for "Medical personnel exclusively engaged in the collection, transport or treatment of the wounded and sick" to be "respected and protected in all circumstances", while "all circumstances" might include situations where First Responders may be unnecessary or even disruptive,
FIRMLY BELIEVING that the protection of First Responders is not a Human Right and indeed not an international issue,
DISAPPOINTED that a resolution was passed into international law by this body with such obvious flaws in both language and logic including - but not limited to -
1. A recursive definition of the term "First Responder",
2. The incorrect and confusing use of the word "define", making interpretation of the resolution's definitions difficult if not impossible,
3. Failing to properly criminalise the physical abuse of first responders, due to poorly-chosen wording,
HOPING that special protection can be given to first responders through national legislation without violating basic rights,
the WA General Assembly hereby REPEALS GAR #237 "First Responder Protection Act"
Security Council Resolution # 110
A resolution to express shock and dismay at a nation or region.
The Security Council,
RECALLING the intent and provisions of SC RES. #29, 'Liberate Greece', which summarized and sought action against the seizure of the region of Greece by a non-native nation, Yauna,
RECOGNIZING that in July-August of 2009, Yauna utilized dishonest and malevolent tactics to refound and usurp control of Greece on behalf of the Persian Empire, a region that initiated and sponsored an invasion of Greece,
NOTING that the original natives of Greece, including Tetrapolis, Iasonia, and Nikolaos the great, among other nations, have since attempted several refounds during the period of Persian occupation,
APPALLED BY the nation of Yauna's continued destructive and reprehensible practices in Greece, including but not limited to:
1. Extensive and long-term region-griefing, achieved by allowing itself to cease to exist, but returning at irregular intervals to impede refound attempts by original natives,
2. Utilizing defamatory and derogatory language to denigrate the original natives of Greece and their defenders on numerous occasions,
3. Ejecting and banning numerous Greek-affiliated nations without providing due process and without justification, thus depriving residents of Greece of fundamental rights,
DENOUNCING the ongoing Persian occupation of Greece, facilitated by Yauna and its supporters,
Authored with the assistance of the original natives of Greece, including Tetrapolis, Iasonia, and Nikolaos the great
General Assembly Resolution # 246
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #239 “Vehicle Emissions Convention” (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: Automotive) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Recognizing that it is necessary to reduce vehicular emissions to reasonable levels,
Nevertheless believing that the flaws present in GAR #239, "Vehicle Emissions Convention" necessitate the resolution's repeal,
Dismayed that the target resolution ignores the law of diminishing returns by requiring nations to implement a progressive schedule for the reduction of emissions even if current emissions levels are already relatively low, which has the potential to cause substantial hardship to the automobile industry with little to no resultant environmental or health benefits,
Concerned that the target resolution also recommends that emissions be reduced by an arbitrary 75 percent regardless of current emissions levels,
Lamenting the target resolution's creation of the "International Vehicular Emissions Authority", a wholly unnecessary committee that is powerless to fulfill its mandate of ensuring compliance with the target resolution since it has no mechanism for doing so,
Confused by the target resolution's requirement that the automotive industry set aside "proportionate funding" for the reduction of emissions, as the resolution does not state what the funding must be proportionate to,
The General Assembly,
Repeals GAR #239, "Vehicle Emissions Convention".
General Assembly Resolution # 247
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: Cowardly Pacifists
The World Assembly:
Convinced that crime victims deserve a meaningful role in the criminal justice system;
Committed to affording crime victims the dignity, respect, and access to justice that they are due;
Resolved that criminal proceedings should be conducted to ensure a fair balance between the rights of crime victims and the rights of criminal defendants;
Hereby enacts the following provisions:
Defines the following terms for the purposes of this Act:
"crime victim" as "a person who as part of a criminal prosecution is alleged to have suffered physical, emotional, or financial harm (actual or threatened) as a result of the criminal conduct of another, who is not simultaneously accused of criminal conduct of their own arising out of the same incident or occurrence." In the event that the crime causes the death or incapacitation of the crime victim, member nations may permit the crime victim's immediate family to exercise the rights afforded under this Act.
"the accused," as "a person who has been formally charged with a crime based on probable cause that they have committed a criminal offense."
"critical stage of the prosecution," as "any date or event at which a substantive or procedural element of the case is resolved or decided," including release hearings, hearings relating to the scheduling of trial, pre-trial evidentiary hearings, plea hearings, trials, sentencings, probation and parole hearings, and any other events deemed critical within the relevant national judicial system.
Mandates that member nations shall provide crime victims with the following rights:
Notice: crime victims shall be notified in advance of any upcoming critical stage of the prosecution, and shall be duly notified of any important developments in the case;
Participation: crime victims shall have the right to be present at any critical stage of the prosecution, to make a statement on the record, and to have that statement duly heard and considered;
Protection: crime victims shall have the right to reasonable protection from the accused throughout the criminal justice process, including but not limited to:
the right to prevent the accused from accessing the crime victim's address and personal identifying information without a court order,
the right to an order restraining the accused and known associates of the accused from harassing, threatening, stalking, or otherwise harming the crime victim,
the right to prevent the accused from directly contacting the crime victim outside the presence of law enforcement officers, and
the right to be tested at no cost for sexually transmitted infections and other serious communicable diseases if the crime victim may have been exposed to those illnesses during the commission of the crime;
Restitution: crime victims shall have the right to seek restitution from the accused through the criminal justice process or through an independent civil action;
Representation: crime victims shall have the right to exercise their rights in-person or through a personal representative or attorney. Member nations are encouraged, but not required, to provide crime victims with an attorney;
Urges member nations to provide crime victims with additional rights not enumerated above where those rights would serve the interests of fairness and justice;