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Foreign Affairs Update | February 2020

The major event marking the beginning of this term was probably the region’s brief and farcical flirtation with Communism.

The first sparks of revolution occurred not long after N-Day, and some say the turbulence of those days following the nuclear devastation was likely the casus belli of the event. Others say it was but the accidental stroke of the pen by our esteemed World Assembly Minister.

Whatever the case, the pitchforks came out and banners were raised and paeans to the worker were being sung in the streets.

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COMRADES, REJOICE!



The Revolution has succeeded thanks to the noble efforts of the Hero of the Revolution, Comrade Slothlin. The workers of Maowi have lethargically seized the Council of Maowi; welcome to the gloriously idle era of the Republic - the Supine Socialist Slothland of Maowi! Please, restrain your slothful ardour as we implement the changes that will transform this republic.

Hero of the Revolution: Comrade Josef Slothlin



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Welcome to Maowi
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History

Maowi was only discovered in 1946 when it became occupied by an adventurous band of explorers from a range of countries, who set up their own government with an aim to creating their idea of a utopia. The island had been occupied for 2,500 years by an indigenous tribe who were at first hostile to these visitors from outside their known universe. However, they were amazed by the explorers' cuisine - a particular hit being pizza - and so they accepted what they had now come to view as a cultural boost. Pizza delivery remains a key industry in the Maowese economy. Thus far, Maowi's slightly apathetic Government has been stable, with little or no discontent or violence fom its citizens.

Culture

The explorers set up a democratic government which saw the tribespeople getting involved in the running of the state. A good deal of the indigenous culture thrived despite the new government from the developed world and, married with new ideas about religious freedom and civil rights, it has lent Maowi a unique and diverse culture. The Maowese are also proud of their economic and social equality, closely linked with their natural open-mindedness which is an inevitable corollary of the mix of cultures their society is made up of. However, despite the populace's willingness to embrace strangers and foreign cultures, they are intensely patrotic and images of the sloth, Maowi's national animal, can be seen in every window.


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The culminating event occurred when our World Assembly Delegate succumbed to the enthusiastic pressure of the citizenry and raised the flag of the revolution to fly over the region:

https://i.imgur.com/ue6UubT.png

Soon after, folks grew bored of this little diversion, and the region returned to its regularly scheduled programming. (However, some in the region still think back wistfully on the occasion…)

The Regional Map Project was revived, with new additions spurred by renewed interest:

South Pacific Regional Map

Government Officials

Residents of South Pacific

WA Delegate: Johanneslanden
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Holly United
Customs Minister/Deputy MoFA: Panther

Resident: Lingang
Resident: NorgiestoileckylockJ
Resident: Garetolia




To get on the map please telegram any claims with a picture. To make claims save the map and edit it with Paint and send it to Panther. Your claims may be revised.

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The Battleground Continent
The brand new continent that exists on this map is where the battleground is located. Nations have the option to fight over this territory. In order for you to be involved in this you must have the game Sid Miers Civilization V and it VI and also be in the Civilization Discord found Linkhere. The way your territory will be determined when it comes to this new continent is when a nation joins the continent they will be allowed up to 3 provinces.

(Note: This is entirely separate from the mainland, meaning you can have your land already chosen on the map and also opt into the battleground to receive an additional 3 territories)


The War and how it works
This is all role-playing here so the way everything is determined is based on the game Sid Miers Civilization. There will be Seasons set up for each game Civilization V and Civilization VI each season will have a total of 4 episodes and begin at the beginning of each month and ending of each month. The battleground continent will be saved for the archives and reset each season.

In order to gain land, you must settle more cities. 2 Cities equals 1 province, so if you have 4 Cities you would have 5 provinces because you start out with 3 provinces in the beginning.

Claiming and or taking land through war or trade
Taking land from another nation is only possible on the battleground continent. In order to take land from another nation you must declare war and take one of there cities in Sid Miers Civilization. Upon taking the city you will receive one of there territories. Another option you have is the diplomatic solution you can try and figure out a trade deal with the nation and trade your territory that way as well.


FAQ
What happens if my nation gets wiped out in the game and I lose all my territories? Unfortunately, that’s a game over scenario, you lost... The war did not go in your favor... You would lose all your territory on the battleground continent and whatever nation wiped out your nation on Sid Miers will receive all of your territories on the battleground continent.

Is this a requirement to be on the map?
Absolutely not! This is just for fun and role-play and all of the Wars will be designated for the battleground continent.

Can someone declare war on me and force me into the battleground? No this is all voluntary and in order to even be able to declare war on each other’s nations each nation must first opt into the Sid Miers Civilization Season.

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December saw new elections in South Pacific for the delegacy. A long-standing resident and former delegate ran against our incumbent, with the result being another term for the sitting delegate.

The rest of December involved the holidays. Gifts were exchanged, well-wishes were made, and good cheer was spread, accordingly.

In January, a series of alterations were proposed to the Constitution of South Pacific. Those passed thus far have involved delegate-suppression of posts to the Regional Message Board, as well as embassy and treaty requirements. Still on the agenda for vote are changes to election protocols and regional emergency provisions.

February saw our esteemed and communist-sympathizing World Assembly Minister successfully pass their second General Assembly Resolution – for which we as a region are quite proud:

page=WA_past_resolution/id=480/council=1


Featured Selection from our Culture Minister

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD1gDSao1eA&feature=youtu.be

Featured Holiday Limerick:

In the North there once stood a Pole
Past which Santa just happened to stroll
Large crowds of elves
Threw money and yelled
While his Missus did dance and cajole


World Assembly Voting Information

General Assembly

Don't Shoot Strangers Act

Defeated
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 2,781 (21.3%); Against - 10,286 (78.7%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 3 (42.9%); Against - 4 (57.1%)

7 out of 21 (33.3%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Repeal "Convention on Animal Testing"

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 11,532 (90.6%); Against - 1,193 (9.4%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 6 (75.0%); Against - 2 (25.0%)

8 out of 22 (36.4%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Wartime Healthcare Protections

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 9,966 (74.9%); Against - 3,340 (25.1%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 5 (71.4%); Against - 2 (28.6%)

7 out of 21 (33.3%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Subject State Enforcement Act

Defeated
Delegate's Vote: Against
Final Vote (World): For - 3,294 (23.3%); Against - 10,821 (76.7%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 0 (0.0%); Against - 8 (100.0%)

8 out of 21 (38.1%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Data Protection Accord

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 11,297 (79.7%); Against - 2,875 (20.3%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 6 (75.0%); Against - 2 (25.0%)

8 out of 21 (38.1%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Forensics Accord

Defeated
Delegate's Vote: Against
Final Vote (World): For - 3,815 (25.9%); Against - 10,887 (74.1%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 3 (42.9%); Against - 4 (57.1%)

7 out of 23 (30.4%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Ensuring Safe Syringe Use

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 13,592 (86.9%); Against - 2,041 (13.1%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 7 (77.8%); Against - 2 (22.2%)

9 out of 23 (39.1%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Ban on the Involuntary Administration of Drugs

Discarded
Delegate's Vote: Against
Final Vote (World): For - 8,116 (54.4%); Against - 6,801 (45.6%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 3 (42.9%); Against - 4 (57.1%)

7 out of 22 (31.8%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Repeal "Preventing the Execution of Innocents"

Defeated
Delegate's Vote: Against
Final Vote (World): For - 2,808 (18.1%); Against - 12,719 (81.9%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 3 (37.5%); Against - 5 (62.5%)

8 out of 22 (36.4%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Security Council

Commend Ramaeus

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 10,393 (79.7%); Against - 2,654 (20.3%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 5 (83.3%); Against - 1 (16.7%)

6 out of 21 (28.6%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Commend Benevolent Thomas

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 11,930 (81.5%); Against - 2,710 (18.5%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 7 (87.5%); Against - 1 (12.5%)

8 out of 23 (34.8%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Condemn Norrlands

Defeated
Delegate's Vote: Against
Final Vote (World): For - 1,743 (12.8%); Against - 11,879 (87.2%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 1 (14.3%); Against - 6 (85.7%)

7 out of 22 (31.8%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Commend Crushing Our Enemies

Defeated
Delegate's Vote: Against
Final Vote (World): For - 7,132 (45.8%); Against - 8,432 (54.2%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 3 (37.5%); Against - 5 (62.5%)

8 out of 22 (36.4%) SP WA nations placed a vote

Condemn Gatesville Inc

Passed
Delegate's Vote: For
Final Vote (World): For - 11,702 (79.4%); Against - 3,029 (20.6%)
Final Vote (SP): For - 7 (77.8%); Against - 2 (22.2%)

9 out of 22 (40.9%) SP WA nations placed a vote


This month's report written by Panther

The Ugly Organ of Panther

Edited:

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