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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Rogue Nation of Oi Barbaroi (elected )

Founder: The Union Huvstad of Niamark

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 43rd Most Nations: 359th
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—where love is in the air, we just aren't sure where


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Oi Barbaroi, World Assembly Delegate
Woodapple, Reeve of Culture
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    Lagman Elections - February 2021

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    How you can help build Niamark's (WA) fortress!

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    New Charter of Niamark

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    Niamark: Government Guide

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    Niamark: RMB Guidelines

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    Niamark: Embassy Policy

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Embassies: Londinium, Conch Kingdom, Scotia, Karma, Social Technocratic Union, Caer Sidi, Anteria, New Eastern Europe, The Sasquatch Republic, Bloopsjooj, RGBN, Lorania, The LCRUA, The Sportsbook, and URA.

Tags: Democratic, Large, Map, National Sovereigntist, Neutral, Offsite Chat, Past Tech, Regional Government, Role Player, Snarky, and Social.

Regional Power: Moderate

Niamark contains 57 nations, the 359th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Valuable International Artwork in Niamark

Some nations attempt to collect signature artworks of other nations, developing collections known as "decks." The World Census has estimated their value.

As a region, Niamark is ranked 3,503rd in the world for Most Valuable International Artwork.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic Dictatorship of New RightiaCivil Rights Lovefest“Burn the post office!”
2.The Sumerian Empire of New SukberiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Peace under the Star”
3.The Allied Union of BrulaveInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Bring Justice to this World”
4.The Allied States of Oppressed GamerInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Get rekt”
5.The Democratic States of VolinkiInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Waste not, want not”
6.The Rogue Nation of GugigagastanFather Knows Best State“Free vbux!”
7.The Grand Duchy of NordsvilleInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The northern lights guide us”
8.The Empire of Globulus StatesMoralistic Democracy“Might Makes Right”
9.The Democratic Republic of WoodappleInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Work at it. All I can do is work hard! That's the story”
10.The Empire of RameezMoralistic Democracy“Without Order nothing can survive ”
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Niamark Regional Message Board

Blazewater wrote:Question of the Day!
What is your favorite genre of music?

Anything that I find pleasing to my ears and head for long periods of time

Oi Barbaroi wrote:1) With the "doctor's jurisdiction" part, by jurisdiction it seems they mean a sort of judgement or decision. It says "in one's own, a guardian's, or a doctor's jurisdiction", so based on what is seen or felt, it us decided an individual has a disability.

2) As far as Clause 2d goes, it does say "refrain", rather than "mandate" or so on. Basically, this is meant to discourage detainment unless absolutely necessary, as is the case in possibility of self-harm.

3) I feel like Article 4 is fine, since it seems to reference how the disabled are treated as a whole in society. In a job situation, you're not necessarily discriminating against a physically disabled person if you don't pick them for a physically taxing position. They may be disqualified because of what the job requires, but not discriminated. Discrimination has to do more with prejudice and hate, and overall how you don't respect someone else's dignity because of certain traits they may have. It doesn't have to reflect in saying yes or no based on capability.

I still don't think it should be within one's own jurisdiction to decide, but since it only affects the provisions of this resolution and not domestic legal definitions it's fine, I guess. You have persuaded me on 2d. As for article 4, I am prepared to go with that interpretation of 'discrimination', even though I understand the word more broadly. I think the resolution intends that we go with your interpretation :-)

Blazewater wrote:Question of the Day!
What is your favorite genre of music?

Rock probably. According to Spotify my No1 genre last year was "dance pop" but that's...not correct. Much of current pop music bit rubbish; 80s and 90s best decades

Woodapple wrote:Actually, potato is a vegetable
I put any type of fruit and veggie
therefore potatoes were included
:3

potatoes are a kind of starch

Woodapple wrote:potatoes are a kind of starch

So you did not include popaoes

also, my choice is a Fried Egg sandwich with bacon, ham, english muffins, and a dollop of hot sauce

Dalmyria wrote:I still don't think it should be within one's own jurisdiction to decide, but since it only affects the provisions of this resolution and not domestic legal definitions it's fine, I guess. You have persuaded me on 2d. As for article 4, I am prepared to go with that interpretation of 'discrimination', even though I understand the word more broadly. I think the resolution intends that we go with your interpretation :-)

So, a single person can't decide or tell that a symptom they are experiencing is keeping them from performing everyday activities? Not that I favor the word "jurisdiction" in the proposal, but that's what they picked for whatever reason.

WA: Supporting People with Disabilities

I find this bill to be well written and well-rounded. It seems like the kind of proposal we need to support the disabled community.

My recommendation is to vote "FOR" this proposal. What do you all think?

Oi Barbaroi wrote:WA: Supporting People with Disabilities

I find this bill to be well written and well-rounded. It seems like the kind of proposal we need to support the disabled community.

My recommendation is to vote "FOR" this proposal. What do you all think?

While my WA isn't in this region, I do take what the delegates of all the regions I am in say when I vote, and I think that Indeed, it's exactly what is needed to support the disabled community.

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