Provisional Rule In Wartime
Clauses 1 and 2, as definitions, appear solid. Although some may feel that such commonly-used terms do not warrant a definition, their importance to the draft as well as the author’s dedication to avoiding loopholes make such clauses a necessity. All the aspects of clauses 3 and 4, despite providing some burden upon the occupying force, are proportionate and reasonable. Upon inspection, there do not seem to be any elements of that section that would prevent an occupation from being effective. The inclusion of a committee in clause 5 is well thought-out, giving the law an international scope. Lastly, clauses 6 and 7 contain much-needed clarifications and exceptions, in order to guarantee the law fits with the goals it has.
Therefore, based on the above, this office recommends a vote FOR the proposal, ‘Provisional Rule in Wartime’. The legislation is well-crafted and achieves its commendable goals in a comprehensive and effective manner.
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