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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Tue Nov 27, 2018 6:12 pm

Tropica Prime Minister Mark Edwards to the World Congress.

There is a matter would like to bring to the attention of President, El Salefi. Its about the rise of racists government in third-world countries. We talk about Utari Mosir and Suyu Llaqta. Both government have recently taken actions that are would not be acceptable in democratic.

Currently, the government of Utar Mosir has decided that 7% of the population is useless because they go not fit the (race) of the newly discovered" theory of race. So they decided to send all theses people to special camps so they can be reeducated. We, all, know what this means, they are going to be tortured and enslave. This is direct threat to democracy, when you cannot participate in democracy because of your race. And if ever no purpose are found, there is n doubt in our head that this government will start a genocide.

I also ask you to look at the situation of Suyu Llaqta, where the government has decided that the two largest opposition, the Democratic Worker's Party and the Democratic Voice, were arrested and are not permitted to contest in the elections. Anyone who dare to criticize the government in place end up jail, tortured by the police. this is direct and brutal suppression of democracy.

Mr President, these are direct threats or direct suppression of democracy. And its not because theses event happen in the third-world, that they must be ignored.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Mr.God » Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:35 am

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Re: General Assembly

Postby Aquinas » Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:04 pm

Husn Vrkz-Krlmék, Leader of the Ahmadi Alliance, Kingdom of Vanuku:

Fellow delegates,

I would like to draw the General Assembly's attention to the troubling situation with regards to the annual hajj piligrimage to Helem (OOC: Mecca) in Kafuristan.

As most of you will know, it is a religious requirement for Ahmadis (OOC: Muslims) like myself to take the pilgrimage to Helem at least once in our lifetimes. You will understand, therefore, that this situation is a personal issue for millions of Ahmadis all over Terra.

The leftist government in Kafuristan is subjecting pilgrims to intrusive security checks which raise serious concerns in terms of civil and religious liberties. Worse, they are requiring all pilgrims to be subjected to what the Kafuri authorities describe as "an orientation film introducing them to the Workers' Republic and the realities of the socialist and capitalist economic systems". In other words, communist propaganda.

My fellow delegates, I and my fellow Ahmadis fully understand and support Kafuristan's need to keep the hajj event a peaceful occasions. Nobody wants violence. For an Ahmadi to commit violence whilst on hajj would be unheard of. In fact, it would be the worst act of sacrilege.

In recent years, I understand there have been some public disorder incidents, but these have almost always been organised by the regime's supporters and specially-planted agents.

There is, in my view, no justification whatsoever for the way Kafuristan is currently managing this situation, and I appeal to the members of the World Congress to intercede with the Kafuri government in order to ensure next year's hajj is a peaceful success.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Darkylightytwo » Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:10 am

Prime Minister of Tropica, Maya Darklight, to the General Assembly

Fellow Delegates, I would like to bring your attention to the developping situation in Utar Mosir, Where the government has decided that the only two races that have a role to play in the economy are the Hulstrians and the Utaris. All others are captured and send to a re-education camps, where they are subject to torture, slavery, brutal execution and genocide.

Their system is simple, the Hulstrian should be administrators, the Utaris should be agricol workers and anyone who does not fit in this category should be eliminated.

Tropica will never recognize this type of government as legitimate and we ask other country to condemn this horrible government along with any other government that use similar methods.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby jamescfm » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:55 pm

Tlanextli Huetzin, Permanent Representative of Istapali to the World Congress:
Istapali welcomes the attempts made by the Tropican delegation to draw attention to a rising tide of repressive, ultranationalist or racist regimes in eastern and northern Dovani. While Suyu Llaqta and Utari Mosir are the most obvious, movements in Liore and in my own country have also shown signs of this wider trend. The fundamental cause of these movements is widespread political instability and public anger at governments who are powerless to address the needs of their populations. In many ways, this is the result of powerful, imperialist nations meddling in the affairs of the nations of Dovani. While they are happy to intervene when it suits their foreign policy objectives, these same nations will turn a blind eye to genocide because it is not politically beneficial. Any nation worth their words must immediately follow the lead of the Istapalian government and impose an embargo on the Mosirak and Llaqta regimes. The delegation from Istapali urges the Security Council to adopt a resolution to this effect.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby jamescfm » Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:46 am

Sabrina Brochard, Permanent Representative of Lourenne to the World Congress:
Lourenne has moved immediately to implement a trade embargo against the regimes in Utari Mosir and Suyu Llaqta. We encourage other nations to follow suit and will be meeting with partners across Dovani to reaffirm our commitment to democracy and human rights on the continent. Atrocities such as these will be met with the appropriate response.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Aethan » Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:06 pm

Probius Titius, Selucian Ambassador to the World Congress

Colleagues,
In Selucia we do not believe that the embargoes are of great help for the restoration of democracy in a nation, since its consequences end up affecting the people and not the rulers, who are armored in their nations. We believe that, although the embargoes are effective against nations and leaders who depend on the citizens to be re-elected in power, in those nations where democracy no longer exists, the embargoes end up destroying the humble families much earlier than the powerful rulers. For that reason, although we strongly condemn the actions of several Dovanian governments, including Utari Mosir and Suyu Llaqta, we believe that we must work on a better solution for the citizens of these nations. However, although we ask you not to stop trading food or medicine with these nations, we ask to stop the weapons and technology trade with them
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Re: General Assembly

Postby jamescfm » Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:57 pm

Tlanextli Huetzin, Permanent Representative of Istapali to the World Congress:
The Selucian delegation will be pleased to discover that the embargoes passed in both Istapali and Lourenne explicitly exclude food and medical exports due to the essential nature of those products. With that said, it is very difficult to sympathise with the opposition of Selcuia to trade embargoes when their country is so far removed from the threat posed by the Mosirak and Llaqta governments and does not have to worry about the erosion of their democracy. For the Istapalian government, we are in a precarious position and increasingly surrounded by anti-democratic and hostile regimes. Dissembling these regimes might be necessary in order for our survival as a nation. That is the scale of the crisis.
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