Against Quorum Raiding
European residents have expressed their dislike for telegram spam of this sort and have empowered the government writ large to take action to disincentivise its use. We also have stood against the proposition that World Assembly proposals should be passed (or materially influenced) by expenditure of real world money. Telegram responses to and official disapproval of these kinds of campaigns on proposals serve the equitable purpose of ensuring a level financial field.
An initial campaign telegram was dispatched supporting the proposal and in response, under the provisions of section 2(a)(ii) of the Telegrams (World Assembly) Act 2016 (also sub nom World Assembly Accord on Campaign Spam), the Government consented to distribution of a counter-telegram by the World Assembly Legislative League; my own position had been that such a telegram was an appropriate response under those provisions and at that time, no further action was necessary. That has changed.
In response to this second telegram recently dispatched, I therefore cast my vote against this resolution in exercise of powers granted by section 2(a)(i) of that Act.
Why was I tagged?!
Current policy emerged from the poll conducted here, which showed a majority supporting telegrams disseminating these messages to all residents. Internally, however, the Office compromised between telegrams – which many in the region might find spammy, due to the default limitations of telegram mailboxes – and oft-ignored RMB messages.
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