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Seoul General Assembly

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The Seoul General Assembly is the world's international deliberative and policy-making body. Resolutions on important matters, such as international security, require a simple majority vote.

Voting Members:

Every national government is entitled to representation and one (1) vote in the General Assembly.

*Voting privileges may be temporarily suspended as a putative measure with a three-fourths (3/4) majority vote.

Past Resolutions:

Resolution 002: "A Resolution to Authorize Military Interventions in DeusPatriae, Dapu, DeutschesReich, and Serenia"*

Resolutions Currently Under Consideration:


Resolution 001: "A Resolution to Counter Climate Change"

*Investigation currently underway


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RE: Seoul General Assembly

New Resolution:





This is the official foreign minister of the AfdU Carlos I speaking:



Honorable Dain Ironfoot II, ladies and gentlemen,

to counter climate change I herewith propose a resolution regarding environmental issues:

Quote:

Article 1



This Agreement responses to the threat of climate change by increasing the global environment over 300 until the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 2



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 5% of the Gross domestic product.
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 4% of the Gross domestic product.
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 3% of the Gross domestic product.
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product.
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product.


till the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 3



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2.5% of the Gross domestic product
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1.5% of the Gross domestic product
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 0.5% of the Gross domestic product


till the year 2010 (Quarter 88).


Article 4




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2013.
  2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 15% till the year 2013.


This regulation becomes invalid if the military is lower than 400 000 troops in Quarter 88.


Article 5




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.


This regulation becomes invalid if the military is lower than 400 000 troops in Quarter 118.


Article 6


The international community is free to act against Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4.

Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4 can be occupied at the behest of the world leader or at the behest of the simple majority of the Seoul General Assembly by every other nation.

As soon as possible after the succesful occupation the new government needs to introduce the reform Pacifism.

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RE: Seoul General Assembly

Distinguished Governments of Seoul:

The Honorable Mr. Ups500 has introduced Resolution 001, "A Resolution to Counter Climate Change" for consideration.

The floor is now open for proposed amendments.

I respectfully yield the floor,

-Dain Ironfoot
Secretary-General, Seoul General Assembly


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Oganda acknowledges and appreciates the attempt to improve the global environment. We also appreciate the way that the different state classes will be treated differently based on their economic capacity.

However, as a representative of two developing nations, Oganda and Sera, we do not feel that Article 4 is fair on the smaller economies of the postcommunistic, fundamentalist and developing states. Under Article 4 of the treaty, Oganda and Sera would be expected to reach a relative spending target 1/5 (20%) of the superpower target, yet be penalised with a 3/5 (60%) relative penalty on military size if the target is not met. The same is true for postcommunistic and fundamentalist states, although the case is not as extreme.

These state classes generally are less able to make big changes in spending levels, and by setting such high restrictions on them you also restrict one of their easiest ways of increasing their GDP, which is not fair, considering their existing economic disadvantage.

Instead, we propose that Article 4 be modified as follows:
1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2013.

2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.

3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 15% till the year 2013.

4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 10% till the year 2013.

5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 5% till the year 2013.
_____________________________________________________________

We understand if a 5% penalty seems too low given the 400,000 military requirement, and may be willing to compromise on a higher level between 5-10%.
Oganda and Sera would then be willing to accept the treaty.


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RE: Seoul General Assembly

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)



Colleagues and World Leaders,

The Yuzhprom Group supports climate change and continues to implement budget transfers at the maximum rate to supporting this agenda. However we will never support legislation which demands nations reduce their military capacity for failing to meet an arbitrary amount of environmental spending. While recognize that this chamber is a chamber of nations and not alliance; Volkerbund nations wholeheartedly share a common interest in secure military capacities and I can that I believe our states who chose to recognize this chamber will vote in opposition to this legislation.

The Yuzhprom Groups Board of Directors will consider a revised proposal that we believe will be accepted by our colleagues in Volkerbund.

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Principala echos the motion of Elena vasilyeva


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Khan Braunschweiger
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Wadzemadda world community? Crom laughs at ze rediculous proposal from Carlos I. Dat’s right. Mongolia considers itself an industrialized country and therefora falls into category 3 of Article 2. Given ze beer and mead we require, it iss simply not possible to spend dat much money on ze environment.
Reject dat proposal. Do it! Do it now!




RP-off: At least in my state, the proposed goals are not feasible yet alone by mathematics. I have always increased environmental spendings by the maximum permitted in the respective winter term [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]. Currently, I have a PE environment of 3.09 Bil. € and a GDP of 872.35 Bil. €. The effective ratio on environmental spendings thus is 0.3519% with respect to the GDP; round about 10 times lower than what it is supposed to be in 2013. Assuming quarter wise increases of 16% in the next 10 years (and that I do not miss a single budget change in my holiday), I would end up with a ratio of 1.55% in 2013* - half of what has been proposed. All of that does not even yet consider the fact that inflation affects budget adjustments as well.

* I use the following formular for the calculation:
spendings ratio in x many years = actual ratio * (budget increases) ^ years = 0.3519% * 1.16 ^ 10 = 1.55%


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(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Yuzhprom Group proposes Resolution on Environmental Support and Restoration



The Yuzhprom Group submits for debate and vote to the floor a symbolic resolution for nations to support the international efforts at combating climate change. The Resolution which is non-binding shall read as the following:


The General Assembly,


Believing it highly desirable that a United Nations conference on
environment and development be convened no later than 2005,

Aware that serious environmental problems are arising in all countries
and that these problems must be progressively addressed through preventive
measures at their source,

Emphasizing the common goal of all countries to strengthen international
co-operation for the promotion of growth and development worldwide and
recognizing that, in view of the global character of major environmental
problems, all countries have a common interest in pursuing policies aimed at
achieving sustainable and environmentally sound development within a sound
ecological balance,

Noting that the critical objectives for environment and development
policies that follow from the need for sustainable and environmentally sound
development must include creating a healthy, clean and safe environment,
reviving growth and improving its quality, remedying the problems of poverty
and the satisfaction of human needs through raising the standard of living and
the quality of life, addressing the issues of population and of conserving and
enhancing the resource base, reorienting technology and managing risk and
merging environment and economics in decision-making,

Aware that a supportive international economic environment that would
result in sustained economic growth and development in all countries,
particularly in developing countries, is of major importance for sound
management of the environment,

Stressing that it is important for all countries to take effective
measures for the protection, restoration and enhancement of the environment in
accordance, inter alia, with their respective capabilities, and, at the same
time, acknowledging the efforts being made in all countries in this regard,
including international co-operation between developed and developing
countries,

Noting the fact that the largest part of the current emission of
pollutants into the environment, including toxic and hazardous wastes,
originates in developed countries, and therefore recognizing that those
countries have the main responsibility for combating such pollution,

Reaffirming the need for additional financial resources from the
international community effectively to support developing countries in
identifying, analysing, monitoring, managing or preventing environmental
problems in accordance with their national development plans, priorities and
objectives,

Reaffirming also the need for developed countries and the appropriate
organs and organizations of the United Nations system to strengthen technical
co-operation with the developing countries to enable them to develop and
strengthen their capacity for identifying, analysing, monitoring, managing or
preventing environmental problems in accordance with their national
development plans, priorities and objectives,

Recognizing the importance of international co-operation in the research
and development of environmentally sound technology and recognizing the need
for an international exchange of experience and knowledge as well as the
promotion of the transfer of technology for the protection and enhancement of
the environment, especially in developing countries, in accordance with
national laws, regulations and policies,

Reaffirming the need for the international community to play a catalytic
role in technical co-operation among developing countries in the field of the
environment, and inviting the appropriate organs and organizations of the
United Nations system to co-operate, at the request of the parties concerned,
in the promotion and strengthening of such co-operation,

Aware that threats to the environment often have a transboundary impact
and that their urgent nature requires strengthened international co-operative
action, inter alia, by assessing and providing early warning to the world
community on serious environmental threats within the framework of
Seoulwatch,


Noting the importance of exploring the best ways and means to promote
sustainable and environmentally sound development in all countries, taking
into account economic and financial capacities of impoverished states,

Considering in this context that the conference could, inter alia:

(a) Review trends in policies and action taken by all countries and
international organizations to protect and enhance the environment and to
examine how environmental concerns have been incorporated in economic and
social policies and planning since the United Nations Conference on the Human
Environment in 2000,

(b) Assess major environmental problems, risks and opportunities
associated with economic activities in all countries,

© Make recommendations for further strengthened international
co-operative action within a set of priorities to be established by the
conference, define the research and development effort required to implement
such recommendations, and indicate financial requirements for their
implementation, together with a definition of possible sources for such
financing,



The Yuzhprom Group moves to have Resolution moved for immediate debate for the next 48 hours before being placed to floor vote.


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Principala proposes that a retroactive vote be held concerning Oganda's conquest of Sera.

I believe it would be only fair, since Oganda did not have to meet the same threshold of support that Principala and Afdu did/does.

I would vote yes on the conquest of Sera, however, others should be able to voice their vote on that matter independently.

Thank you.


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(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Greetings,

We understand the frustration and agree that your alliances did not face the same requirements that Oganda did to occupy its neighbors. However we ask the General Mangi if it worth setting the precedent to unravel now stable international borders at the whim of nations? We ask how if a potential vote is passed how would it be carried out and how would control of the territory be transferred away? What administrative capacities does the General Assembly possess to administer these territories?

These are questions that must be sorted before we could agree to a yes vote on the proposal. Rather we encourage the General to support block votes in which all alliance acquisitions are placed on a general ballot. This way all alliances would be inclined to vote yes on the measures in order to briskly secure their territorial requests. A No vote would mean all nations/alliances are equally not pleased and same with concept with a yes vote. This is the most logical way to present this; Yuzhpromgrup would certainly vote yes in this situation. The Volkerbund will request to add two additional states to this list as we've determined these states to be derelict and within our right sphere of influence. We will submit this request as a provisional addition once a block ballot is presented ind raft form.

In addition, the Yuzhpromgrup invites Prinipala officials to Yuzhnygrad to further discuss these proposals and look for ways to further cooperate and unify our efforts to secure our interests. Yuzhpromgrup wishes to ensure its commercial interest in Greater Europa will be intact after an eventual annexation of this region occurs. Also the Directorate of International Commerce is ready to present Principala officials with the case for investing in the country and hopes to conclude bilateral trade agreements.

Separately, The Volkerbund motions to officially oblige the World Leader to utilize his administrative power to officially and permanently eliminate the structures and institution of the Security Council. This authority originates from the precedent of the World Leader to have already created the Security Council and the current de facto internationally recognized General Assembly. The General Assembly will now be obliged to vote on the creation of additional international organs of power.


Highest Regards,
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