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by The Regional Nation of The Northern Light. . 155 reads.

Vote Against SC resolution Commend Ariusgrad

[background-block=#265780][hr][center][floatleft][img][/img][/floatleft][size=200][color=#dfecff]Security Council Vote Recommendation[/color][/size][/center][hr][center][b][size=125] [/size][color=#dfecff]Part of the[/color] [url=/page=dispatch/id=724191][color=#94c248]Information for WA Voters[/color][/url] [color=#dfecff]program[/color][size=125] [/size][/b][/center][hr][/background-block]
[box][size=150][color=#265780]Resolution at Vote: [url=/page=sc]Commend Ariusgrad[/url][/color][/size]
[size=150][color=#265780]Vote Recommendation:[/color] [b]Against[/b][/size][/box]

[size=150][color=#265780]Resolution Analysis[/color][/size]
Commend Ariusgrad focuses on the target's long-time service to their native region, Philippines, noting their position as President and part in protecting the region from invasions by raiders. The proposal puts particular emphasis on the target's role in regional development, including the creation of 11 government positions, regional population growth, and fostering positive foreign relationships.

While promoting regional growth and development is a respectable cause, the target does not appear to be remotely commendable by SC standards. The target and their home region do not appear to have had any larger effect or influence on the Gameplay or Nationstates community as a whole, and most of the actions taken by the target to improve said home region do not appear to be particularly exemplary. The proposal also suffers from strange wording, as well as the exaggeration of several actions taken by the target, most notably in reference to the target's supposed maintenance of "warm relations with more than 100 regions".

For these reasons, the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs recommends voting [b]Against[/b] the at-vote Security Council proposal "Commend Ariusgrad".

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