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Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
The World Assembly Security Council,
Recognizing Wallenburg as one of the most well-known and oft-acknowledged nations in the world, ultimately overcoming adversity to bring a remarkably egalitarian and safe society to its people,
Believing that the People's Republic of Wallenburg helped rescue millions of people from tyranny and possible persecution through their previous annexation of the Holy Republic of Wallenburg, ultimately manifesting in what is today a more benevolent union of the two, the Sororal Republics of Wallenburg,
Impressed by the National Assembly of Wallenburg, the two hundred and fifty-six delegates of which hold near-complete legislative and executive authority over the nation, whose primary job is to ensure the continuance of a paradisaical home for the citizens residing there,
Admiring the very well-read, intelligent, and politically-informed populace present in Wallenburg as a result of the rigorous educational programs that are put in place by the government,
Astonished by the near-utopian economic state that is present within Wallenburg, which comes from harmonic sync between industry and the workers of the nation, ultimately ensuring that everybody has their essential needs taken care of through the use of welfare or other programs in place,
Praising the Wallenburgian World Assembly Offices for their continually outstanding work when it comes to matters of this fair body, chiefly through the leadership of former Chief Representative Helen Trevanyika, as well as the current Chief Representative Mikael Alex-Oliva Ogenbond, especially when it comes to the matter of ensuring that compliance with World Assembly legislation is enforced in all areas of their jurisdiction, through the establishment and use of the Wallenburgian Office of Compliance and Investigation,
Further staggered by the immense amount of work and dedication that the Wallenburgian delegation has put into the General Assembly specifically, through uncredited help given to countless individual proposals and resolutions, as well as through the production of nine credited resolutions for the chamber, including but not limited to:
Legislation that ensures access to sexual and reproductive education to all, through the form of GAR#369 "Reproductive Education Act",
Protections towards agriculture against invasive species that may harm the industry via GAR#431 "Agricultural Invasive Species Act",
Mandating that World Assembly member-states aid those who are victims of genocide on grounds of their economic status through GAR#450 "Don't Kill The Poor Act",
Environmental protection of natural underground aquifers through GAR#453 "Preventing Groundwater Contamination",
The establishment of an international court that ensures that non-compliance with extant World Assembly legislation is punished appropriately, by means of GAR#466 "World Assembly Justice Accord",
Respecting the Wallenburgian assurance that the inner workings of the World Assembly should be made more publicly accessible, as shown through their lengthy and well-served time as the Chief Minister of World Assembly Affairs in The East Pacific,
Further recognizing contributions made to The East Pacific through their time spent both as an Arbiter and Viceroy of The Conclave, the regional court,
And affirming that any nation which has been such a boon to the World Assembly and its influence at large, in spite of rising from a long and arduous history that, in other circumstances, may have made significant contributions impossible, deserves the highest recognition that the Security Council can bestow, hereby:
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The Security Council resolution Commend Nuremgard was passed 8,944 votes to 4,316.
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