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Re: General Assembly

Postby Generalissimo1 » Sat Aug 26, 2017 7:53 pm

"We agree wholeheartedly with the sentiments expressed by the Beiteynu government. Our nation is but small and so we are concerned that we will have no influence over this "peace-keeping force" and that it may be used to undermine the sovereignty of weaker nations, such as ours, that have limited capabilities to defend themselves. That being said, Sekowo will always support the decisions of the World Congress wholeheartedly."


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Re: General Assembly

Postby Govenor12 » Sat Aug 26, 2017 10:13 pm

In which document is a roughe state defined and who can declare it and with what majority?
Secondly, we will not contribute a single BEN of the taxpayers of Beiteynu to this monstrous plan and should resolution 38 pass we will bring forward a law which will outlaw any cooperation with such forces as we always done with the slavary office and other Istalian ideas.
Finally, it should concern the Malivian side more why it support again a breach of rules of this int. orgnization by letting resolutions pass which are not discussed in the General Assembly. This facist and dngerous warkeeping troops are a danger which we warned against time after time again. Istalia and its evil allies are not finally using military force to spread their ideas. This is moral superiority at its worst.
Shoudl Resolution 38 pass, the government of Beiteynu will seek together with other nations to build up its own peacekeeping force.

Resolution 38 is in clear violation of resolution 30, since no time was provided to discuss about it before in this chamber.Therefore resolution 38 is to be considered void. Furthermore our position is that the resolution 38 is in contradiction with the founding document of the world congress because it does make no provision for the general assembly to discuss on the deployment of this force.


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Re: General Assembly

Postby Corvo Attano » Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:49 am

"Says the country that goes around invading people and enslaving its own and outright lying that resolution 30 was even ever passed. You wish to scrutinize the end of your interventions? Here have at it."


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Resolution 38 (Amended)
Formation of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office

The World Congress Peacekeeping Office (and by extension the World Congress Peacekeeping Force(s)) is meant to react and provide immediate response to flashpoints throughout the world in defense of peace, order and prosperity. The World Congress Peacekeeping Office will be led by an appointed Director-General, appointed by majority vote of the Security Council. The Director-General and the World Congress Peacekeeping Office will be responsible to both the General Assembly and the Security Council in regards to operations, missions, forces and questions regarding Peacekeeping operations throughout the world. The World Congress Peacekeeping Office will be audited and overseen by the Inspector-General of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office.

All members of the World Congress will be required to pay a sum of $25m LOD every 5 years in order to fund the World Congress Peacekeeping Office, Members of the Security Council be required to pay a sum of $500m LOD every 5 years due to the fact that Security Council members are the primary director of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office. Member States who cannot meet their contribution will work the Office of the Director-General and the Office of the Inspector-General of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office to management and potentially delay, forgo or extend payment time. Member states may reduce or forego their payments to the World Congress Peacekeeping Office by supplying troops, equipment and supplies to the WCPO whenever required. Member states may also provide lump sums at whatever point if they so desire. The management of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office will be provided through a dedicated structure derived from and managed by the Office of the Director-General and the Office of the Inspector-General of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office.

Member States of the World Congress will determine their supply of soldiers and equipment (both combatant and non-combatant) to the World Congress Peacekeeping Office. Member States who violate the World Congress Charter, basic human rights or otherwise commit crimes or violations as determined by the Office of the Director-General and the Office of the Inspector-General will be removed and potentially suspended from the World Congress Peacekeeping Office; grave violations could result in penalty from World Congress itself as well. The World Congress Peacekeeping Office will be required to maintain at least 5,000 standing combatants and required non-combatants in order to provide a rapid response force. Members of the Security Council are required to provide transportation by whatever means when necessary for carrying out missions and deployments of the World Congress Peacekeeping Office.

Deployment, operations and all other involvement of the World Congress Peacekeeping Force is resolved by decisions of the Security Council, the World Congress Peacekeeping Forces should be deployed in situations where basic human rights, stability, peace and prosperity are being severely violated and denied. Deployments of the World Congress Peacekeeping Force will not extend beyond a mandate of 2 years and maybe renewed by vote of the Security Council for further 2 years periods until the World Congress feels the mandate of the mission is completed.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Govenor12 » Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:09 am

Read our lips: No single BEI will be contributed to this force. There are so many flaws of this suggestion is its hard where to start. First of all, the structure of the world congress requieres the participation of the general assembly while considering a resolution and not while voting on it. Therefore we believe that resolution 38 has to be put back into discussion and the voting in the SC has to be aborted. Only after proper discussion in the General Assembly may the voting begin.
Further points:

1. " World Congress Charter, basic human rights or otherwise commit crimes or violations as determined by the Office of the Director-General and the Office of the Inspector-General will be removed and potentially suspended from the World Congress Peacekeeping Office"
There is no set definition for basic human rights no definition for crimes. And where is this world congress charter and has it been ratified by the World Congress so far? This resolution suggest that an international body shall act on a basis of law which does not exist. It comes down to the determination by the Office of the Director-General and this can be everything. This is a clear attempt to extend the possibilities for intervention beyond any rules,e.g. child labour or no minimum wage. This is by all means not consistent with the rule of law.

2. "grave violations could result in penalty from World Congress itself" again no definition and a this can be everything

3. "Deployment, operations and all other involvement of the World Congress Peacekeeping Force is resolved by decisions of the Security Council, the World Congress Peacekeeping Forces" On the one hand the peacekeeping office is responsible to the General Assembly but when it comes to deployment suddenly the General Asembly is denied its basic right: to be heared and to scutinize. This is again a clear violation in terms of the task of the General Assembly: to scrutinize.

4."basic human rights, stability, peace and prosperity are being severely violated and denied" Again there is no definition whatsoever for these words which has been passed by the world congress. I suspect e.g. forcing women to work half-time could also be a reason for invasion

All in all, this resolution is riddeled with faults in inaccuracies and we think that it is part of the strategy to force countries into a certain set of policies.



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Re: General Assembly

Postby Axxell » Mon Aug 28, 2017 9:29 am

Virginia Olivieri:

Resolution 30 is null and void. We invite Beiteynu to work with its own diplomacy to find the necessary support to enter into the Security Council and then you will be able to propose and reppeal Resolutions as you want. This is not a parliament, this is a simple forum where everyone can express their opinion. We should put a body ALREADY elected by the WHOLE nations of Terra under the judgement of a body where also an individual could be able to undermine the choice of dozen of nations? Fortunately the General Secretary clearly explained the incongruence and the criticality of most part of the Resolutions presented by Rildanor.
The Security Council is not a body fixed, the members are those who gain more endorsements from all the sovereign nations of Terra, the Nations of Terra ALREADY endorse this or that nation judging it to be in the best interest of their nations and sure that it will persue values, principles and international politics which they shares.
And, do you want a definition of human rights? We are actively working to prepare such a chart. But it is clear that there are not human rights good for this or that nation or bad for this or that nation. And of course, the exploiting of the Slavery have nothing to do with the human rights. So, Beiteynu is the last nation which can talk about "what are the human rights".

To respond to the Sekowan Government, we are working also on a chart to establish the limits of the actions of this Peacekeeping Task Force to avoid intervention led by personal interests of this or that nations.
But one point should be clear here: many nations are requiring "responsability" by part of the Security Council. Right? Well, we DEMAND responsability by part of any nation of Terra. All the nations of Terra have to be responsable, before their citizens and then before the international community and the international laws.
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Re: General Assembly

Postby Generalissimo1 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:37 pm

If the rights of sovereign nations is to be upheld then we have no objections, however we believe that the charter infringes too much on sovereignty in its current form. Ideally any peacekeeping force should be entirely limited to stopping genocides, unjustified invasions and quelling rebellions that threaten international stability.


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Re: General Assembly

Postby Corvo Attano » Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:52 pm

"We would like to remind the Sekowan Ambassador than Malivias Resolution 36 stipulated 50.000 armed soldiers plus support personnel not only 5.000. Then your concerns could have hold a merit but for a force of only 5.000 whose primary task would be to enforce armistices and stop genocides it is barely enough that even you agree."


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Re: General Assembly

Postby Generalissimo1 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:14 pm

If it is limited to that small extent and there will be no enlargements of this force then we have no objections.

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Re: General Assembly

Postby Corvo Attano » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:16 pm

"The standing World Peacekeeping Force cannot be expanded. But for the sake of truth there are provisions that stipulate that in only under extreme circumstances and the approval of the security council the World Peacekeeping Force can be reinforced by Security Council Member state troops."


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Re: General Assembly

Postby Govenor12 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 6:16 pm

The Istalian is obvisously not able to discuss objectivly about these points made by us. "But it is clear that there are not human rights good for this or that nation or bad for this or that nation." Take one example: Should (free) access to water be a human right? Should the equal distrubution of income and wealth be a human right or should it be just the equal chances?

The current security council does not reflect the result of the last election but is a result of the disrespect for the world congress of some nations. The current nations are not legitimaized by a vote but by a administrative decision. This is not a democracy. It is also not democratic because the definitions which follow are of a constitutional matter and therefore should be ratified by every nation. Without ratification by each nation they do not have any compulsory power think of extradtition in this context.

Just like your proposal you are leaving an extreme room for interprentation leading to a situation like in a dicatorship where unclear formulations are used against political enemies. You are imposing a world dictatorship upon other nations and claiming to be the champion of democracy.

We will toegther with other nations form our own joint defence force and therefore will not contribute in any way to such monstrous plans which serve to destroy national soveriegnity. The only laws vable are the laws of each country. We already passed an act outlawing all cooperation, expect gov. statements with the world congress and we will put forward a constitutional amendment which specificly outlines that anything you pass has no judicial effect on the laws in Beiteynu.


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