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Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to express a position on international affairs and obligations.
Proposed by: Aivintis
The Security Council,
Defining destructive raiding practices as any act intended to harm a region or its native community during an invasion by invading forces, by irreversible or hardly reversible actions including, but not inherently limited to:
Banning or ejecting native nations,
Instituting a regional password without consent of the native community,
Refounding the region without consent of the native community, or
Closure of embassies opened by natives,
Believing these acts to be widely immoral and staunchly against the principles of the World Assembly,
Asserting that a stance must be taken against this deplorable practice in order to facilitate and express support for their opposition within the international community,
Condemns destructive raiding practices with the full diplomatic weight of the Security Council;
Entreats regional militaries that participate in invasions to not participate in any such operation employing destructive raiding practices, whether or not they are responsible for the practices themselves;
Exhorts the use of Security Council Liberations to protect regions against destructive raiding practices; and
Establishes exceptions to these proscriptions in cases where targeted regions routinely engage in destructive raiding practices or where targeted regions are displayed to be openly fascist, in the latter case actively encouraging such action.
Co-Authored by The Gold Holy Dinosaur Nation of Apatosaurus
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