The following are proposals for WA resolutions. Any WA member nation with at least two endorsements can make a proposal, but it will only become a resolution (to be voted on by the entire WA) if it is approved by at least 6% of WA Regional Delegates.
As the WA currently has 958 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 58 approvals to achieve quorum.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #534 “Fair Treatment of Prisoners” (Category: Civil Rights; Strength: Strong) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The General Assembly, (Reformed Version of an earlier attempt)
Worried That The reforms this Resolution has flaws opening loopholes that can further endanger targets of civil terrorist and Terrorist groups, along with hindering the development of certain aspects of nations. While also Forcing a nation with a delicate budget system into economic chaos that not all nations can recover from if it happen to them and also turns punishment of Public service into a career path encouraging criminals to commit multiple acts to make some quick cash.
1. Interferes with the selling of Prisoners for prison funding or to Incognito deporting Dangerous criminals out of the country and the security of gaining information from Detained criminals from terrorist organizations along with Forcing Some nations to tighten their grip on minority civil rights in order to ensure loopholes are hidden away
A. The first section of this amendment in this resolution would force some nations to enforce harsher laws which would hinder civil progress as the laws will affect certain ethnic minorities more than it will affect the terrorists a nation's government is trying to rid itself of.
B. This section of the Amendment takes away means of effectively extracting information from Terror organizations that the government has legally and morally labeled a terrorist organization.
C. The third part of this amendment. Forces nations to divert funding for other departments to focus on their criminal law instead of Selling away the most dangerous criminals to more fortified prisons should prisoners escape
D. The Frist Amendment also allows prisoners to coordinate strategies in order to win the favor of the system and slowly allow for the escapes of certain prisoners in poorer nations. As well as allow for more prisoners to buy properties near certain facilities to make escape routes to commit crimes while still in custody.
E. This Defeats the purpose of community service by turning it into a career path which would open up loopholes that people will begin capitalizing off of.
2. The Final Amendment Overrides Certain Constitutional aspects of the safety regulations in working prison system along with forcing a nation to open up larger loopholes in its justice system but to a degree has reformation rules that would benefit civil rights
A. This Amendment Forces a nation to Reform constitutional aspects to deform a balance between Their prison departments which in term would force a nation to take away the choices of citizens who are trying to send their tax dollars to an important government project.
B. it also Conflicts with a earlier amendment given the scenario the prisoner wants to stay in solitary confinement while the government forces them back into the prison population.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: Tinhampton
Recognising that GA#535 "Death Penalty Ban," while outlawing capital punishment in most circumstances, permits its deployment under military law in some circumstances, and
Seeking to abolish capital punishment in all circumstances across the WA, for reasons that have been stated in at least three different resolutions...
The General Assembly hereby:
forbids the imposition of the death penalty in all cases where such has not already been prohibited by prior and standing international law, and
prohibits members from deporting any person to a nation where said person faces a reasonable possibility of being sentenced to death for the crimes they have been charged with committing.
Co-authored with Gorundu.