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by The Despicable Cosmo Moralist of Wallenburg. . 17 reads.

TEP Ministry of WA Affairs

Staff

Nation

Position

Forum
Username

Discord Username

Wallenburg

Minister

Wallenburg

NuclearGandhi#9538

Buranda

Deputy Minister

Bastiat

Bastiat#2777

Acronis

Staffer

Acronis

activatedtower#4899

Atlae

Staffer

Atlae

Atlae#0779

Flying Snow

Staffer

Refuge

Luca#0004

Zouveland

Staffer

Jutomi

Jutomi~#0169

Tretrid

Guest Staffer

Tretrid

RLin#0781

Purposes and Functions

The Ministry of World Assembly Affairs of The East Pacific is the primary apparatus by which the regional government arrives at decisions on matters concerning the World Assembly game. It shapes policy on resolutions up for a Vote in both chambers of the World Assembly, and it serves to develop regional activity within the World Assembly. I, as the current minister for World Assembly Affairs, charge the ministry with these purposes:

- To increase regional security through the promotion of endorsements,
- To improve delegate strength and effectiveness during World Assembly Votes
- To facilitate authorship of resolutions among the citizenry of The East Pacific,
- To increase regional membership in the World Assembly, and
- To broaden citizensí understanding of and appreciation for the World Assembly.

The staff of the ministry set policy on specific items, such as an individual resolution or promotion of a proposal draft. The deputy minister is charged with assisting in recruitment to the ministry.


Ministry Recommendations

The Ministry most frequently interfaces with the region and the rest of the government in order to deliver recommendations on at-Vote resolutions. Historically, the elected Delegate ultimately controls their own vote, and may recommend a position on resolutions to the Ministry. However, in most cases, the Delegate seeks a recommendation from the Ministry, and backs it through their own vote. Under my direction, the Ministry arrives at a decision through executive discussion and a simple majority vote as the resolution arrives at Vote. When I am confident that we have reached a conclusive majority, I or another staff member writes an opinion on the resolution. This opinion reflects not just the personal opinion of the author, but also that of the Ministry as a whole.

After a brief drafting period, we then publish the opinion as a ministerial recommendation to all World Assembly members in TEP. We deliver the recommendation through a regionwide telegram and a dispatch including the internal Ministry vote. We also archive ministerial votes in a Linkrecord of MoWAA Votes.

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