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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Free Land of Worldwide Chicago (elected )

Founder: The Rogue Nation of Blaseball

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 17th Most Nations: 382nd
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(pls no pre established nations we are all baby)

The Immaterial Plane has banned heterosexuality. Butts Day is celebrated from sunset on march 2nd to sunrise on march 4th by removing the sun from the sky for that time period in honor of all those who have died to incinerations.

Embassies: The Embassy and Fredonia.

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The Immaterial Plane contains 56 nations, the 382nd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Advanced Public Education in The Immaterial Plane

Fresh-faced World Census agents infiltrated schools with varying degrees of success in order to determine which nations had the most widespread, well-funded, and advanced public education programs.

As a region, The Immaterial Plane is ranked 13,892nd in the world for Most Advanced Public Education.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Land of Spearmint ranchersLeft-wing Utopia“Run. ”
2.The Queendom of OOZE Waste DumpScandinavian Liberal Paradise“From Ooze to glory”
3.The Dominion of The Wimdy CityDemocratic Socialists“If you can't beat them, wimdy them!”
4.The Grand Duchy of Warring states of VleronaFather Knows Best State“A cautionary tale of italian self governance”
5.The Holy Empire of CatboywifeCorrupt Dictatorship“God is dead uwu”
6.The Grand Duchy of Sainte FortunaCorrupt Dictatorship“Acta Deos Numquam Mortalia Fallunt”
7.The Free Land of Worldwide ChicagoScandinavian Liberal Paradise“We are from Chicago.”
8.The Republic of The Vault LegendsNew York Times Democracy“Preservation”
9.The Democratic States of GrackstoniaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“You Can't Stop Progress”
10.The Republic of BrackishPsychotic Dictatorship“Buy High, Sell Low”
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I have also given my approval to this proposal that has been given legal status. Same thing, if the WA member states in the region disagree with this I will rescind my approval. I could see this one being ruled illegal due to not matching their standards of how proposals should be written. If it's ruled to be illegal though it just doesn't go to the floor for a vote.

Protection of Foreign Citizens act

A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.

Category: Civil Rights

Strength: Mild

Proposed by: The Grand Union Kingdom

No foreign citizens in another country can be deported with out a trial and must inform the citizens nation.

A foreign citizen must be able to travel back to there home country freely with no restrictions unless a just cause is found.

objection! If they're stuck in Utah that would imply forcing them to go to Beams Court, where they may win or lose their case but will definitely die. Also, for some reason "carcinizing the best hitter and then stealing them forever" is definitely a just cause from this humble crustaceans point of view, but some other, less enlightened nations, may not see it that way

The Baltimore Crabs wrote:objection! If they're stuck in Utah that would imply forcing them to go to Beams Court, where they may win or lose their case but will definitely die. Also, for some reason "carcinizing the best hitter and then stealing them forever" is definitely a just cause from this humble crustaceans point of view, but some other, less enlightened nations, may not see it that way

well theyre not a foreign player anymore at point are they? pinch pinch alston can do the pinch now

players aren't usually beholden to the laws of god or man, to be fair

New proposal looking for approval. Fairly simple and doesn't make the WA's job harder in the future.

Reduction of Military Weapons

A resolution to slash worldwide military spending.

Category: Global Disarmament

Strength: Mild

Proposed by: Old Hope

To promote peace, the World Assembly urges member states to reduce the amount of military weapons they own.

Completely non-binding flavor text though mechanically it will reduce all members states by a small amount. I am going to give it my approval, if the other regional member states disagree I will rescind it.

hey trout fishing is like, a big portion of my economy. Well, that, basketweaving and uranimum mining. This would be a big boost to ~~my~~ I mean my people's wellbeing!

Worldwide Chicago wrote:New proposal looking for approval. Fairly simple and doesn't make the WA's job harder in the future.

Reduction of Military Weapons

A resolution to slash worldwide military spending.

Category: Global Disarmament

Strength: Mild

Proposed by: Old Hope

To promote peace, the World Assembly urges member states to reduce the amount of military weapons they own.

Completely non-binding flavor text though mechanically it will reduce all members states by a small amount. I am going to give it my approval, if the other regional member states disagree I will rescind it.

I disapprove. I am also not a member of the WA. Do as you will.

Post self-deleted by The Baltimore Crabs.

Worldwide Chicago wrote:This proposal is 9 approvals away from quorum and has been ruled legal. Here's the full text of the proposal:

Drug Decriminalization Act

A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.

Category: Civil Rights

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Greater Cesnica

The General Assembly,

Understanding that punitive efforts against recreational drug use have failed,

Aware that the decriminalization of recreational drug possession and targeted rehabilitation and social programs have been demonstrated to decrease the negative societal effects associated with substance abuse,

Noting that recreational drug possession charges are a favored tool of legal authorities and governments seeking to marginalize or suppress minorities and political opposition to their governments,

Further noting that nations with rampant corruption within law enforcement authorities are often empowered by the continued criminalization of recreational drug possession to commit violence and other indignities against even non-marginalized demographics,

Unconvinced that the criminalization of individuals in possession of recreational drugs deters recidivism or recreational drug use,

Concluding that the criminalization of recreational drug possession and its resulting consequences for both those truly in possession of such drugs and those falsely accused represents both a grave injustice towards human dignity and a waste of a nation's expenditure,

Hereby:

Defines for the purposes of this resolution;

"drug" as a chemical substance which induces psychoactive effects after being consumed, where such a substance is not already considered legal for recreational consumption or a substance used for recognized medical purposes or otherwise as part of recognized sacramental purposes,

"simple drug possession" as the possession of drugs by an individual where such possession is not for the purposes of:

monetary or other forms of material gain or

providing drugs to an individual without their consent or otherwise with malicious intent,

"illicit drug possession" as any possession of drugs outside the parameters established in Articles 1(a) and 1(b),

"drug trafficking" as the illicit smuggling and/or distribution of drugs for monetary or other forms of material gain, and

"drug manufacturing" as the illicit production of drugs for monetary or other forms of material gain.

Reaffirms the right of member states to set internal policy regarding drug trafficking, drug manufacturing, illicit drug possession, and the legal distribution and production of drugs, subject to past or future World Assembly resolutions.

Requires that member states, within the bounds of any past World Assembly resolutions;

decriminalize the act of simple drug possession and

initiate a review process to re-evaluate the cases of those imprisoned and/or convicted of the act of simple drug possession in order to determine release and/or pardon eligibility given the following considerations:

the time served for the offense(s),

any separate offenses committed in addition to the act of simple drug possession,

the suitability for re-entry into societal participation,

the likelihood of recidivism in regards to other criminal activities, and

the positive benefits of receiving a full pardon for the act of simple drug possession.

Strongly urges member states to offer full, unconditional releases and/or pardons for those convicted solely for the act of simple drug possession.

I doubt anyone will have any issues with this one. I am going to give it my approval to be brought to a vote. If the other Immaterial Plane WA members disagree I will rescind my support.

Well for whatever reason it did not copy the section headings

Wait, are we like? Actually playing this game seriously? I thought we were just blaseball ****posting (apparently there's a swear filter) and messing around with a dumb outdated thing.

We're playing this game in a bunch of different ways. Some people do want to take it seriously and other people just want to mess around. I am posting these here for the benefit of those who do want to take it seriously.

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