Historical Resolution #102
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Historical Resolution #17 “Required Basic Healthcare” (Category: Social Justice; Strength: Significant) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The United Nations,
CALLING TO MIND the passage of Required Basic Healthcare from June 5, 2003 and its presumed replacement, RBH Replacement from June 26, 2003,
RECOGNIZING Required Basic Healthcare as a valuable reference document, though outdated in its methods of delivery, as conceded by RBH Replacement,
RECOGNIZING FURTHER the UNs decision that Required Basic Healthcare not be enforced, as per clause 1 of RBH Replacement which states, [t]he resolution Required Basic Healthcare is to be no longer enforced by the UN,
NOTING the possible confusion to member nations over which resolution to enforce given the lack of the repeal mechanic at the time of passage for Required Basic Healthcare and RBH Replacement,
NOTING FURTHER other older, poorly-worded resolutions or sets of resolutions which came about prior to the ability to repeal and CALLING for repeals to all such resolutions in order to clarify the international law imposed on member nations by the UN,
AIMING to make easily understandable the UNs enforcement regarding healthcare,
DETERMINING it a clerical and technical necessity to repeal Required Basic Healthcare, as well as a required measure to elevate the nature of legislation in the UN:
REPEALS Required Basic Healthcare.