World Assembly Resolutions
Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.
Below is every World Assembly resolution ever passed.
General Assembly Resolution # 556
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #553 “Protecting Native Prairies and Grasslands” (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: All Businesses - Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
Recognising the noble intentions of GAR #553 "Protecting Native Prairies and Grasslands" to protect and preserve these unique ecosystems, yet finding itself in disagreement with the manner in which it seeks to achieve its goals and intents, the General Assembly hereby finds the following:
GAR #553 shows its complete disregard for the diversity among the members of this international assembly, and incompetence at adequately implementing reasonable and workable protection plans for a species that it claims is endangered, by effectively halting any and all development in nations where prairie tall grasses are a prevalent, if not dominant biosphere. Not only will this cause great economic disaster because of a lack of progress and development - especially in still developing member nations with widespread and prevalent prairies - but it will eventually bring about severe housing and food shortages, and dangerous overpopulation in those member states as a result.
Furthermore, the target resolution makes the grave error of presuming that prairie tall grasses are prevalent across all member nations. This is not only a show of ignorance regarding the diverse nature of the members of this international body, but also harbours an incredible danger to unique and delicate ecosystems, to which this particular species of tall grasses would be a destructive invasive species. GAR #553 therefore prevents member nations from destroying these prairie tall grasses as an invasive species in order to protect and preserve their own threatened ecosystems.
In addition, GAR #553 unnecessarily places onerous restrictions on member nations, when General Assembly Resolution #465 "Preventing Species Extinction" already charges member nations in Clause 2 "to develop and faithfully implement WAESC-approved conservation plans to protect all at-risk species within their own jurisdiction". Furthermore, GAR #465 approaches the subject of at-risk species protection in a detailed and reasonable manner, creating provisions that compensate those negatively impacted by the protection plans, while GAR #553 is a superfluous piece of inflexible bureaucracy in comparison, with destructive consequences to developing member nations in tow.
Lastly, GAR #553 inexplicably singles out ecosystems with prairie tall grasses, while completely ignoring other equally unique and valuable biospheres. It sets the undesirable precedent for an individual resolution for every single rare ecosystem in existence, instead of either relying upon the protections that GAR #465 already provides for truly endangered species, or establishing one resolution that legislates on the subject of unique ecosystems efficiently.
And therefore, the General Assembly repeals GAR #553 "Protecting Native Prairies and Grasslands".
Security Council Resolution # 356
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
The Security Council,
Recognizing HumanSanity as an exceptional nation which has tirelessly worked to build regional communities throughout its existence,
Noting HumanSanitys crucial role in redeveloping a stable and cultured community in Renegade Islands Alliance (RIA) alongside Shizensky, where:
it authored a new constitution for RIA,
as RIA's Immigration Officer, it recruited new nations into RIA, helping the regions population grow from 10 to over 300 nations in six months,
as RIA's Internal Affairs Officer, it started a mentorship program to help new nations find their way around RIA, initiated monthly formal debates between citizens about various topics and revitalized the regional economy by introducing a new currency for nations to use,
as RIA's World Assembly (WA) Delegate, it boosted regional WA participation by starting democratic votes to allow residents to decide how it would vote on WA resolutions,
Observing HumanSanitys historic tenure as the Chief Executive (head of government) of RIA, where it streamlined the government to be more effective, introduced unique activities to encourage regional participation, and led RIA's military - the Renegade Islands Alliance Special Forces (RIASF) - in various high-stakes missions with regional allies, including the liberation of Lazarus and the refound of Hogwarts in 2015,
Applauding HumanSanitys inspiring leadership, best exemplified by SC#173 "Commend Renegade Islands Alliance", which passed during its tenure as Chief Executive for RIASF's excellence in defending vulnerable regions from harm,
Acknowledging HumanSanitys remarkable service to 10000 Islands (XKI) in various capacities, where:
as the Senator for Lyonnesse East, it oversaw XKI's various houses and spearheaded the creation of the House Cup and House Shield competition between them to drive regional activity,
as the Senator for Blue Canaria North, it managed XKI's emissary reports and reformed their layouts to include interviews, notable regional chatter and a WA voting overview,
as XKI's Minister of Immigration, it led XKI's recruitment efforts, increasing the regional population from 1,621 nations in July 2016 to 2,358 nations by October 2016 (a number exceeded only during the delegacies of Kuriko in 2020 and Anime Daisuki and Woonsocket in 2012-13),
as XKI's Minister of Labor, it mentored such nations as Grea Kriopia, Free Las Pinas and Wischland, all of which would later contribute much to the growth of XKI and the world at large,
as XKI's first Cultural Officer (an office it established to organize regional activities), it greatly enlivened and accelerated participation in the region's cultural landscape by hosting unique events such as the XKI Summer Olympics - which remain one of the largest events ever hosted in XKI - the XKI Best Flag Competition and the XKI National Animal Competition,
Hailing HumanSanitys steadfast campaign to increase transparency in XKI alongside Paffnia (commended by SC#276), leading to the region opening many of its government meetings to citizens in a separate chamber while hosting more sensitive debates in a secure chamber only accessible to government members,
Lauding HumanSanity for founding the XKI Cards Co-op, the artwork collection program of XKI, and supporting its initial development as its first President, where it created an unique cooperative model between members to collect new works of art,
Praising HumanSanitys spirited efforts to extend the diplomatic ties of XKI, acting as a key mediator in the Treaty of the Waxing Moon, which stabilized relations with The East Pacific after a tense period between the two regions, and the United Island Accord, which began a meaningful partnership with The Union of Democratic States,
Admiring HumanSanitys stint of 183 days as XKI's WA Delegate, where it:
strengthened ties with existing allies like The South Pacific, The East Pacific and The Rejected Realms (TRR) by jointly hosting various cultural events, including but not limited to the Tea House of Cards,
expanded the diplomatic reach of XKI by initiating new ties with regions as diverse as Thaecia, Refugia, Christmas and The Labyrinth,
led the non-military efforts to secure The Embassy and restore native control after it was raided and authored SC#344 Liberate The Embassy to aid the operation,
Acclaiming HumanSanitys skilful authorship of SC#353 Commend Deadeye Jack to celebrate a fellow nation dedicated to building and improving numerous regional communities, including European Union, Fort Triumph, Hogwarts, The Order of the Grey Wardens and TRR,
Awed by the positive impacts HumanSanitys actions has had on RIA, XKI and the international community in general,
Hereby commends HumanSanity.
Co-authored by Tinhampton.
General Assembly Resolution # 557
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: Greater Cesnica
The General Assembly,
Acknowledging that the specific targeting of private digital communications pertaining to certain individuals may be justified in the interest of protecting the general public from criminal acts,
Noting, however, that the practice of carrying out digital surveillance without the use of warrants, especially in cases of mass digital surveillance, has not been demonstrated to prevent acts of terrorism or other unlawful activities to any meaningful degree,
Aware that data collected from unwarranted digital surveillance is at risk of being accessed or stolen by unauthorized entities, with such data collection thus posing a risk to the integrity of private communications and data,
Seeking to preserve the guarantee to personal privacy and prevent violations of civil liberties,
Defines for the purposes of this resolution:
"digital surveillance" as the collection or monitoring of digital communications through mediums that are ostensibly private,
"warrant" as an authorization issued by a court of law for the purposes of carrying out digital surveillance, and
"unwarranted digital surveillance" as any digital surveillance that lacks authorization via a warrant, where the warrantless carrying out of digital surveillance is not necessary to prevent imminent serious injury or death to one or more persons.
Prohibits member states from:
carrying out unwarranted digital surveillance,
using the services of private entities or foreign governments to carry out unwarranted digital surveillance in their jurisdiction, or
using data gathered for non-prosecutorial or non-spying purposes for prosecutorial or spying purposes without a warrant.
the particular suspicion of unlawful activities needed to perform digital surveillance shall not be primarily based on an individual's religion, sexuality, race, nationality, gender identity, or any other arbitrary, reductive categorization and that
the following does not constitute "unwarranted digital surveillance":
the use of closed-circuit television cameras for surveillance purposes,
the voluntary acquisition of data by a police informant without authorization from a warrant,
the acquisition of data accessible in the public sphere, or
the digital surveillance of foreign government entities and/or foreign entities that pose an active threat to national security.
Affirms that the General Assembly may collectively act to further restrict surveillance operations in future legislation.
General Assembly Resolution # 558
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #371 “Toxic Heavy Metals Act” (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: All Businesses - Strong) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
Noting the good intent of the Toxic Heavy Metals Act which aims to sensibly limit the use of toxic heavy metals,
Understanding that the definition of "Toxic Heavy Metals" is incredibly broad and problematic as the resolution does not require that toxic heavy metals actually be toxic, only "potentially toxic" (which may apply to far more metals than is intended), reasonably dense and noted as such by the World Assembly Scientific Programme,
Realizing that such an incredibly broad definition does the following:
bans member states from discharging these metals into the "natural environment," (which again, applies to more metals than intended),
forces member states to waste valuable resources and funding researching alternatives to the use of all these toxic heavy metals, which as noted above can include harmless metals and,
needlessly regulates the use of harmless metals,
Recognizing that the language used to actually reduce the use of toxic heavy metals is extremely weak, as the only mandate related to use requires member states "phase out the use of toxic heavy metals and their compounds" without any further elaboration which allows for extremely slow and negligible reduction of the use of toxic heavy metals,
Confused by the exemption of military use of toxic heavy metals, as military use is just as damaging to the environment as civilian use, when such use is actually damaging, and such an exemption also makes way for loopholes in the form of otherwise illegal disposal of toxic heavy metals in the name of military use,
Hereby repeals GA#371, the Toxic Heavy Metals Act.
General Assembly Resolution # 559
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: Tinhampton
Believing that LGBTQ+ people should not be persecuted simply for being LGBTQ+, the General Assembly hereby:
defines "conversion therapy" as those interventions meant to alter or reverse any person's sexual orientation or gender identity,
requires member states to prohibit the practice and advertisement of conversion therapy in all circumstances,
clarifies that this resolution does not affect the right of willing individuals to seek and receive gender-adequation or -affirmation procedures, and
strongly recommends that members provide all necessary and relevant support to those who have already undergone, or are likely to undergo, conversion therapy.