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by The Regional Nation of The Northern Light. . 107 reads.

Vote Against SC resolution Repeal: "Liberate The Embassy"

[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]Repeal: "Liberate The Embassy"[/url][/color][/size]
[size=150][color=#265780]Vote Recommendation:[/color] [b]Against[/b][/size][/box]

[size=150][color=#265780]Resolution Analysis[/color][/size]
This proposal seeks to repeal Security Council Resolution # 344 "Liberate The Embassy", a recently proposal passed in response to a raid of the target by raider forces. The rationale for repealing the Liberation is that invader organizations which had held the region have now moved out and thus, the continued existence of the Liberation places a burden on the protection of the region from future raids.

It should be noted that this repeal was submitted quickly, and is not of high quality. While this can be inherent to the nature of liberations, there are some concerns over the motive of the author's seemingly opportunistic  motives for a badge and how this effects the quality of the proposal. Others have raised the issue of the history of the region, especially its RMB, and that notwithstanding, issues surrounding the loss of a founder and whether the region may be able to defend itself and redevelop once liberation forces move on may be potentially problematic. 

For these reasons, the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs recommends a vote [b]Against[/b] the Security Council resolution at vote, "Repeal: Liberate The Embassy".

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[b][color=#dfecff]Sponsored by the[/color] [url=][color=#94c248]Ministry of World Assembly Affairs[/color][/url] [color=#dfecff]of The North Pacific.[/color][/b][/center][hr][/background-block]