RP53 (Cobura): Inclusion in the Security Council

RP53 (Cobura): Inclusion in the Security Council

Postby November » Fri Jan 19, 2018 6:28 pm

Resolution 53:

NOTING that the Security Council is in need of more inclusion;

STATING that other World Congress nations should, to a certain degree, have influence in Security Council.

SEARCHING for measures to relieve the Security Council from its interventionist and dictate prejudices:

THE SECURITY COUNCIL OF THE WORLD CONGRESS

1. Creates a so-called ''Advisory proposal rule'', in which World Congress nations can oblige the Security Council to seriously consider or at least debate a proposal if their proposal has the support of at least eight nations. This could be through a General Assembly vote, but also in the form of an international treaty.
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Re: RP53 (Cobura): Inclusion in the Security Council

Postby Alianco » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:10 am

Ali Azmera Melos, World Congress Representative for Cobura:

Cobura invites input from our esteemed colleagues on RP53. We believe this resolution will make the World Congress a more equitable body that ensures all nations have a voice on the Security Council.
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Re: RP53 (Cobura): Inclusion in the Security Council

Postby Yolo04 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:54 pm

Cnut Anastasia, World Congress Representative for Klavia Okeano:

Klavia would like to see more involvement in the security council from smaller nations such as Klavia. We agree with this protocol to allow Cobura into the Security Council
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Re: RP53 (Cobura): Inclusion in the Security Council

Postby November » Tue May 29, 2018 1:43 pm

Karakthe Meswi, Coburan Ambassador to the World Congress:

We will now put this to a vote. Cobura votes AYE.
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