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Endorse the Security Council
Note: This handbook covers The North Pacific?s Security Council, the body charged with the region?s security. If you?re looking for information on the World Assembly?s Security Council, start with this subforum instead.
Introduction to the Security Council
The Security Council exists to serve The North Pacific, and to ensure that democracy will always reign in the region. The Security Council consists of trusted members of The North Pacific, with high endorsement counts and high regional influence levels. These nations protect the region against external threats, secure the WA Delegate position in periods of instability, and will enforce a recall of the delegate should such a vote be successful. The Security Council is chaired by the Vice Delegate, a position elected for 4-month terms.
To support regional security, we ask that all WA nations please endorse the following nations:
Security Council of The North Pacific
Gorundu (Vice Delegate)
Responsibilities of the Security Council
Members of the Security Council are responsible for maintaining high endorsement and influence counts. However, protecting regional security can seem like quite a nebulous mandate, so here are some more specific responsibilities of the Security Council.
To keep the region informed on what the Security Council has been doing, Vice Delegate Gorundu provides a weekly update every Sunday. The update is posted on both the regional message board and the regional forum, and is an excellent opportunity for all nations to ask their questions about the Security Council.
Below is a list of all the weekly updates published so far.
This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.
Jointly sponsored by the Delegate and Security Council of The North Pacific.