Passing six GA resolutions and seven SC resolutions as Morover has is no minor feat. While I might disagree with the author of the commendation as to exactly what portions of Morover's record are the most important, that record is on face sufficiently substantial to merit site-wide recognition of Morover's achievements.
Morover's contributions to the background of the World Assembly also have not gone unnoticed. Organising the second World Assembly symposium requires considerable diplomatic skill: herding GA players is closer to herding cats than it is to creating cooperation. Morover's assistance to his regions also has been considerable, providing competent and professional advice on past resolutions. Europe has no disagreement with Morover, nor has he engaged in activities that would make commending him disagreeable.
Voting on a commendation for someone, with reasons rooted in General Assembly achievements is an extension of that Assembly. This vote in no way impairs our neutrality, rather, it is an exercise of our ability to neutrally and impartially judge merit. The Delegate votes in favour.
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