Protecting World Assembly Neutrality
Category: Globa Disarmament | Strength: Mild
Proposed by: Namwenia, Co-author: Second Sovereignty | Onsite Topic
Note: Only votes from TNP WA nations and NPA personnel will be counted. If you do not meet these requirements, please add (non-WA) or something of that effect to your vote.Acknowledging that the World Assembly is a global organizational body with the purpose of establishing international law.
Further acknowledging that the World Assembly has historically remained neutral in armed conflicts between individual member states.
Noting that the World Assembly should promote peaceful resolution to conflict and demilitarization wherever possible.
Disappointed that the World Assembly is currently silent on its historic neutrality and its traditional prohibition on the use of armed forces.
Concerned about the risks of a militarized World Assembly which could be abused to mobilize said forces to push specific political objectives and harm to member states through a tyrannical future majority.
The World Assembly hereby enacts the following articles:
1. For the purpose of these articles, conflict shall be defined as armed combat between opposing forces or member states.
2. The World Assembly (WA) shall remain neutral in all matters of civil or international conflict.
3. The WA shall be prohibited from establishing either a military or police force. Therefore, the WA shall further be prohibited from participating in any armed conflict, police, or military actions except to assist in a humanitarian crisis caused as a consequences of civil or international conflict.
4. The WA urges individual member states to act with respect in international affairs as well as matters of conflict resolution with a goal of peace.
5. Nothing in this legislation shall prevent individual member states from the ability to establish their own military or police force, or to engage in armed conflict with another member state.
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