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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Armed Republic of Paleocacher (elected )

Founder: The Consular Founder Account of Adawn

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 57th Most Nations: 158th Most Influential: 740th+12
Highest Disposable Incomes: 1,237th Most Devout: 1,295th Largest Retail Industry: 1,483rd Largest Black Market: 1,497th Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,672nd Rudest Citizens: 1,856th Most Armed: 1,913th Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 2,100th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 2,136th Fattest Citizens: 2,324th Most Cultured: 2,359th Most Corrupt Governments: 2,396th
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Paleocacher has been selected as Director of Foreign Affairs!

THE STATE AND THE GOVERNMENT | CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC | LAWBOOK OF THE REPUBLIC



Embassies: The Western Isles, Sunalaya, Libertatem, United Empire of Islam, The Bar on the corner of every region, Exodus, The Arab League Congress, Union of Free Nations, Imperial Fatherland, The Peaceful Coffee Shop In Chicago, Commonwealth of Liberty, The Embassy, Southfield, Enadia, Red Wolf Alliance, Union of Allied States, and 13 others.The Democratic Republic, Thaecia, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, New Western Empire, United Christian Empires of the West, Greater Middle East, India, The Wooloo Pact, Rex Libertatem, The Allied Republic, Melayu Archipelago, Federation of Conservative Nations, and Third Imperial Union.

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Regional Power: High

The League of Conservative Nations contains 123 nations, the 158th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Retail Industry in The League of Conservative Nations

The World Census estimated levels of employee ennui to determine which nations have the largest retail industries.

As a region, The League of Conservative Nations is ranked 1,483rd in the world for Largest Retail Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The State of CaezarIron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors“State”
2.The Directorial Republic of CospaniaCorporate Bordello Blood-Sucking Capitalist Leeches“Libertas est donum Dei”
3.The United Commonwealths of GagiumInoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists“Deo Confidimus”
4.The A of the B of the C of the D of ZjaumNew York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy“Don't mess with us, and we won't mess with you, friend.”
5.The Principality of KanjuuraAnarchy Post-Revolution Embryonic Society“We can't expect God to do all the work.”
6.The United States of FratlandiaRight-wing Utopia Corrupt Thieving Uneducated Fascist Fundamentalists“Sanctimonia Vincet Semper”
7.The Constitutional Principality of GabchesterCapitalist Paradise Corporate Slave State“Strength From Within”
8.The Holy Traditionalist Empire of CreeperopolisCorporate Police State Halliburton“Devajo Dios yel Emperador”
9.The Sequoyah Republic of The Constitutional Republic of ZionLiberal Democratic Socialists Open-Minded Education State“All men and women are created equal”
10.The Armed Republic of OsaviaIron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors“With God, there's nothing this nation can't do”
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The League of Conservative Nations Regional Message Board

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The Salisfordian delegate is still talking... Now, in classical Ayeroshubic...

Can you even filibuster resolutions?

Eminople wrote:Can you even filibuster resolutions?

no

Eminople wrote:Can you even filibuster resolutions?

Yeah, Salisford still hasn't voted yet, currently, we're giving our reason why we're going to vote the way we will vote.

Eminople wrote:Can you even filibuster resolutions?

You can certainly try

Salisford wrote:The Salisfordian ambassador to the TCN stands, ready to give his speech.

"Ladies and gentlemen, we are well aware of the issues facing Sequoyah. But I will quickly go over them, I promise it'll be brief. It began with the removal of King Odysseus and the formation of the Odyssian clan..."

The ambassador talks, and talks, and talks, going on rambling tangents and various anecdotes. Soon, a half hour has passed, and there is no end in sight for his talking. It soon becomes obvious for all those in the room, he is filibustering the resolution.

That's not how TCN procedure works.

Eminople wrote:Can you even filibuster resolutions?

Nope.

Salisford wrote:Nonsense

If you really wanna play this game, I'll play hardball on this one. Voided, it's being done under a false premise.

Salisford wrote:Yeah, Salisford still hasn't voted yet, currently, we're giving our reason why we're going to vote the way we will vote.

I don't think it mattters because there's a time limit on when to vote

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The Salisfordian delegate is still talking... Now, in classical Ayeroshubic...

Stop speaking Ayreoshubic fool.

Eminople wrote:Can you even filibuster resolutions?

Should be allowed, that would be funny asf

SPEAKER'S GROUNDS, QUEBECSHIRE CITY, QUEBECSHIRE

Early in the morning, before the sun had risen over eastern Quebecshire, the sound of boots on marble floors and velvet carpet echoed through the halls of the Speaker's Grounds. The Honourable Lucien LaRochelle stumbled out of his living quarters into his hallway to meet two uniformed men walking briskly down the hall.

    "Sir, there's something you need to see."

The Speaker and the uniformed men descended an elevator and entered a room which had its doors guarded on both sides by armed men, the entry-way having two levels of promptly sealed doors. They entered, and the Speaker of the Parliament took his place at the head of the table. Some of the members of the table other than the Speaker are Premier Administrator Nadia Lefrançois, Administrator of National Defence Émeric Boudreaux, Administrator of International Affairs Philippe Dumont, Chief of Operations of the Intelligence Directorate Bernard Veil,

Across the room, a bright screen illuminates to life, displaying satellite images of the southern regions of Sur. Chief of Operations Veil stands and walks up to space to the right of the screen, as he speaks, he navigates on the screen with a remote.

    "As you can see here, the CODECO nations have formed the COMISEQ forces, intervening in Sequoyah as the TCN is in session in Bostonia. Administrator Dumont will be briefing the delegation as things arise, hopefully, so our Ambassador in Bostonia can get the word out as soon as possible.

    The situation is very tricky. Adama is behaving like a dictator, and Calhoun has essentially verified himself as nothing more than a terrorist. CODECO, through the Creeperian state, has declared its intention to place Lincoln in power. The resolution has not passed, so CODECO is not acting illegally yet. Though, there is a ticking clock on this situation. If CODECO on the Big Three cannot find a mutual solution by the time of the resolution's likely passage, we risk much more severe geopolitical consequences.

Speaker LaRochelle leaned back in his chair, thinking. Premier Administrator Lefrançois leaned forward.

    "If we can leverage CODECO into providing briefings and allowing observers, we can get the Sacramatians and Eminoplers to approve of the mission as the resolution passes, which will avoid any further escalation."

    "Alright, we'll give a press release and I'll have a conference by the end of the night. Give word to the Parliamentary offices, here is what we'll offer them..."

HÔTEL DU PARLEMENT, QUEBECSHIRE CITY, QUEBECSHIRE

Philippe Dumont has stepped to the podium, prepared to brief the press, and the world, as to what is to come next from Quebecshire.

    "It is the opinion of the Quebecshirite government that the invasion that CODECO is present mounting into Sequoyah is rushed and very possibly irresponsible. We would prefer CODECO wait for the likely passage of resolution thirty-three and follow the proper channels specific within it for its peacekeeping operations. However, the gears of international bureaucracy do not always function at the same pace as alliance movements. As a result of this, there is a lot to unpack.

    Firstly, Quebecshire does not yet recognize the newly declared CODECO led Sequoyan provisional government. As cited by the delegation of Terranihil, CODECO is not endowed with the authority to disband or establish recognition of foreign governments.

    Secondly, as specified by the resolution, at the moment of its passage, it will be illegal for CODECO to continue its operations without the support of the "Big Three" nations. Quebecshire will extend an olive branch, and we will lobby the Sacramatians and Eminoplers to support the intervention at the time of the resolution passage, but there are several conditions for this. Primarily, CODECO must report to our governments and intelligence sectors on the affairs in the region and must allow any observers from a big three or associated nation into the region to ensure that the operation remains one in the name of peacekeeping and stability. Agreement to this, combined with approval from the big three, would exempt CODECO from the no-fly zone per the resolution, so long as they remain in compliance with this agreement. If this is met, we believe we can build off of this cooperation and resolve this promptly to avoid further diplomatic escalation of the conflict. We all want the same result in Sequoyah, and CODECO must be cooperative and work with the international community.

    We hope that CODECO can agree to these base terms so we can work with the other big three states to resolve the issue promptly, and we will await a response. We will keep you updated, and thank you."

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