Proposal title:Repeal 'World Assembly Trade Rights' Author:Imperium Anglorum Purpose: To repeal previous legislation for its contradictory mandates and disproportionate prohibition of international punitive tariffs.
Aiming to repeal GA 209 "World Assembly Trade Rights", the at-vote resolution lays out its convincing arguments for doing so in a comprehensive and well-written manner. Particularly concerning is the target resolution's inadequately general prohibition on trade sanctions, ultimately working against the WA's tool of choice ‒ heavy trade embargoes ‒ for ensuring compliance by member states. This, backed by other flaws in it, as competently pointed out by the repeal at vote, namely contradictory mandates in the equal treating of trade partners effectively voiding the guaranteed right to trade zones, warrants a repeal of the original resolution. As the repeal's author themselves is already working on a replacement for the target, we see no reason not to substitute the flawed original with this better version; thus, OWL recommends voting FOR the at-vote resolution, "Repeal 'World Assembly Trade Rights'".