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 1,291 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 78 approvals to achieve quorum.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.
Industry Affected: All Businesses - Strong
Proposed by: Nagatar Karumuttu Chettiar
The General Assembly,
Believing the gem that is the beautiful blue expanse of the oceans must be protected,
Noting the state of many oceans across the multiverse to be dismal due to such issues,
Shocked by the lack of legislation covering this in the General Assembly,
Saddened by the ever increasing amounts of waste disposed of into the oceans,
Wishing to correct and prevent these actions,
Defines 'toxic waste' as the:
Decidedly endangering results and by-products of nuclear fission,
Unnatural Carcinogens or waste of known Carcinogenic nature,
Waste which can be defined as an industrial chemical bio-hazard (excluding toxic heavy metals),
Prohibits the disposal of such toxic waste in any way shape or form in the oceans,
Bars member nations from dumping of plastic waste and sewage into the oceans,
Creates the Ocean Safety Organization (OSO) to:
Restore whatever oceans may currently be polluted by such contaminants in the Marine Biosphere Restoration Programme which:
Shall clean the oceans of the world with various techniques that must be applied in the given situation,
Shall work only within international waters unless otherwise permitted to work within those of a member state,
Shall work to improve biodiversity in oceans clean of most pollutants,
Create a watch list of marine species in those oceans that may be faced with issues regarding the contaminants,
Protect said species and alert states which may be directly affected by their absence of their endangerment,
Encourages member nations to find more efficient and environmentally friendly ways of disposing of such waste,
Hoping to see further legislation regarding the marine environment,
Establishes the above, implementing the Oceans Protection Act.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to develop industry around the world.
Category: Advancement of Industry
Area of Effect: Commercial Enterprise
Proposed by: Axstahl
The World Assembly,
Acknowledging, that the World Assembly is home to numerous, diverse nations, each facing unique challenges.
Concerned, that despite the prosperity of many member nations, many members still suffer from stagnant or declining economies.
Noting, the considerable ability of the World Assembly to assist in the improvement of member nations' economies.
The World Assembly, in response to economic inequality amongst member nations, hereby:
ESTABLISHES the Economic Prosperity Committee (EPC), with the purpose of assisting member nations in matters of economic concern, and promoting economic prosperity amongst all member nations.
EMPOWERS the Economic Prosperity Committee to assess the economic performance of member nations, and further, to conduct comprehensive economic reviews of member nations whose economies are assessed to be underperforming, and provide guidelines for those member nations to follow in order to achieve economic growth.
LIMITS the Economic Prosperity Committee's power to review by permitting only one review of an individual member nation, who may not be reviewed again unless: they submit a request to the committee, their economy declines further after their initial review, or a period of at least one year has passed since their last review.
LIMITS the Economic Prosperity Committee's power to influence national policy, by mandating that guidelines provided by the Committee must not: necessitate the change of national law, or necessitate the change of a member nation's foreign policy.
REQUIRES member nations to follow guidelines provided by the Economic Prosperity Committee.
REQUIRES that member nations cooperate with the Economic Prosperity Committee during the review process by providing relevant documentation and data upon request.
GRANTS member nations the right to request a review from the Economic Prosperity Committee, with the understanding that the Committee may decline these requests.
GRANTS member nations the right to appeal against guidelines provided by the Economic Prosperity Committee, wherein the member nation must provide reasoning for their inability to adhere to the guidelines.
EMPOWERS the Economic Prosperity Committee to consider appeals, and accept or decline these appeals at their own discretion.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to restrict civil freedoms in the interest of moral decency.
Category: Moral Decency
Proposed by: Jaydonian
Everyday, livestock are abused and mistreated unnessissarily. There should be regulations in place to increase these animal's rights as living things.
These will increase the rights of livestock.
1. Livestock should be given the proper food, water, shelter, sanitation and space to live. This will stop malnutrition of livestock, while slowing down the spread of diseases in cleaner environments
2. Forcefeeding should be banned. It is immoral and inhuman to feed anything against it's will. It is also a violation of animal rights.
3 separation from birth shall be banned. A calf, chick or piglet should not be separated for at least 6 months because, it is cruel and immoral. This is not what the WA stands for.
4. All livestock should get proper treatment for wounds they may have. This will increase an animal's health, as disease won't affect as many livestock without a breeding area
Here are steps to enforce this law and keep the WA's moral decency
1 Health inspectors will check livestock plantations once a month for any inhuman treatment of animals
2. If the facility violates the law, the owner will be charged a heafty fine along with at least 6 months jail time
3. If only a few workers violate the law, those workers will be charged a heafty fine along with at least 2 months jail time.
4. If a facility repeatedly violates this law a max of 5 times, it will be closed. And the livestock will be relocated.
With these laws, livestock will live with better standards, while the WA will be a more decent place.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to increase democratic freedoms.
Category: Furtherment of Democracy
Proposed by: The Southern Gulf of Mexico
HOLDING: that the right to gamble should be given to the citizens of every nation.
REASONING: that all men and women shall be granted the basic freedoms to gamble.
NOTING: that legalizing gambling would provide further freedoms to all nations' citizens, and those nations would benefit from tax money that would come from authorized gambling.
The World Assembly:
1 a. REQUIRES: all member nations to legalize gambling. Gambling - including, but not limited to, sporting events such as football, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, etc. As well as, combat sports. Moreover shall include, horse racing, steeplechasing, and rodeo events. Also including, motor racing and all varieties of racing -- including racing that requires an individuals limbs, and or persons using bicycles and other racing gadgets of that nature.
b. ORDERS: all member nations to legalize gambling, immediately.
c. COMPELS: all member nations to grant their citizens the freedom to gamble.
d. REQUIRES: all member nations to apply gambling legalization legislation immediately.
that every member nation must legalize all forms of gambling.