As shown in the above spoiler, the Confederacy as a whole is not a member of the WA, but Ida is a member of both. This is why I refer to my IC character in the GA as the Confederate representative, instead of the ambassador. Strictly speaking, he's the ambassador for Ida, although he also speaks on behalf of the Confederacy Ida is a member of. So he's representing that Confederacy as an ambassador of Ida. The reason for this is that the Confederacy is closer to being a UN than a single country, so it wouldn't join the WA for that reason. It also doesn't want multiple members independently joining the WA because that could lead to some...disputes...so it compromised by allowing only one member to join, being Ida.
>> WA Resolution Interpretation <<
This resolution was a rather troubling one when reviewing prior passed ones. One of the laws enshrined within the Confederate Charter, the legal code required for membership within the Confederacy, protects individuals from genital modification below the legal age of consent, excepting medical situations when there is no alternative. This law is intended to protect their right to bodily autonomy, which is seen as paramount over all but the most necessary considerations. Fortunately, the clause "OBLIGES all member states to permit the practice of male circumcision, notwithstanding their authority to regulate the procedure." allowed Ida to accept the terms of the resolution. It has interpreted 'regulate' as leeway to institute an age of consent requirement, barring such procedures from being performed on children (male and female) below the age of consent except for aforementioned medical necessity (which is extremely rare), as is the case in the Confederate Charter. This interpretation allows them to remain consistent with both the WA resolution and current Confederate law on the issue.
As an aside, the Confederacy fully agrees with and its prior laws had already been compliant with On Female Genital Mutilation, although it was puzzled by how the World Assembly appears to separate out genital modifications based on physical sex instead of a more relevant metric such as severity. No such legal or moral distinction exists in Confederate society between male and female genital modifications, and as such, it would prefer that a single and more succinct resolution have been made to cover protections for genital modification instead of the extremely conservative decision to have two separate and contradictory resolutions between the male and female forms of it.
Access To Abortion
Within the Confederacy, the term 'abortion' is used to refer to a procedure which removes a fetus, but with the intent of transplanting it elsewhere for eventual maturation, with its destruction only occurring when there isn't a method available for it to be viable. The medical procedure involving the termination of a pregnancy by actually terminating the pregnancy (via medication or surgically dismembering it) is viewed as archaic and very rarely practiced, if at all.