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The South Pacific contains 7,518 nations, the 3rd most in the world.

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WA analysts ranked nations based on whether all citizens were commonly treated as equally valuable members of society.

As a region, the South Pacific is ranked 5,071st in the world for Most Inclusive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Eternal Misfortune of ThalasseDemocratic Socialists“Stop reading my motto!”
2.The Democratic Republic of SirianCivil Rights Lovefest“All Hail Sirian!”
3.The Fifth Republic of Benjamin Mark IILeft-Leaning College State“Contest”
4.The Democratic States of Atlantia CreekCivil Rights Lovefest“In The Name of God, Honor the Government”
5.The Technocracy of The Clockwork RepublicDemocratic Socialists“The Way Forward”
6.The Commonwealth of Benjamin MarkLeft-Leaning College State“Together With Hope, Together We Stand”
7.The Republic of KohliAnarchy“Eht Dlrow Si Erauqs”
8.The United Socialist States of EmailistanLeft-wing Utopia“Collectivization of Labour is Most Beneficial to All”
9.The Pacifist States of The United ExpanseLeft-wing Utopia“Some causes are worth dying for, but none worth killing”
10.The Libertarian commonwealth of SkyhookedAnarchy“No gods, no masters, no hangovers. Only refreshment!”
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New Talowa wrote:You shouldn't repeal freedom of expression. You should instead create legislation that defines its limits.

I think that's a very sensible alternative, (although I don't think the WA is ever totally sensible.)

And hi *waves*

ANOTHER LIKE RUN! Wooo!!!!!!*comes back coughing up mucus*

Beepee wrote:I think that's a very sensible alternative, (although I don't think the WA is ever totally sensible.)

And hi *waves*

Hi! *waves back*

When has the WA ever been sensible? It's predecessor, the UN wasn't either.

Pencil Sharpeners 2 wrote:New General Assembly Resolution:
The resolution "Repeal: “Freedom Of Expression”" is at vote here.

The main arguments

FOR:
- Intentionally false or misleading information should not be protected.

AGAINST:
- Misleading information may not actually be protected in “Freedom Of Expression” due to the 'academic fraud' exemption
- the defects in “Freedom Of Expression” are not sufficient to warrant a repeal

The full debate is viewable here.

I'd love to know everybody's opinions on this resolution!

I've been very vocally against. The repeal is not needed to fix the bug. We don't repeal the first amendment when it's limits are defined by SCOTUS. The original resolution has no mention of commercial speech so a resolution to add these fixes would have sufficed rather than a broad repeal. This could result in a sufficiently weaker resolution to replace.

Alice Parker wrote:Hi! *waves back*

When has the WA ever been sensible? It's predecessor, the UN wasn't either.

That is a question all of us know the answer to. That answer is *unintelligable*

Hanguk-Nippon wrote:ANOTHER LIKE RUN! Wooo!!!!!!*comes back coughing up mucus*

HN, watch out! Your health is important!

The Solar System Scope wrote:HN, watch out! Your health is important!

Nah, I’m fine. *Blows nose* Really, I’m all fine.

Hanguk-Nippon wrote:That is a question all of us know the answer to. That answer is *unintelligable*

More like @$%@#&%@.

Yes, I finally am done with the tweaking. Now I can rest soundly.

The Solar System Scope wrote:Yes, I finally am done with the tweaking. Now I can rest soundly.

Excellent. Well done you!

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