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 1,351 Regional Delegates, a proposal needs 82 approvals to achieve quorum.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to restrict civil freedoms in the interest of moral decency.
Category: Moral Decency
Proposed by: Abdilonna
This legislation benefits and improves the overall wellbeing of all alcoholic adult civilians living in WA member nations by:
Significantly reducing the risks of being diagnosed with a disease or illness resulting from drinking beverages with a high volume of alcohol;
Reducing the number of people becoming drunk; drinks with higher alcohol cause drunkenness quicker;
Improving the quality of one's focus and eyesight, improving the quality of work.
The World Assembly hereby requires all WA member nations to prohibit the sale, within their jurisdictions, of all drinks (cans or bottles) that are over 50% alcohol by volume.
General Assembly Proposal
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
General Assembly Resolution #94 “Microcredit and Microgrants” (Category: Free Trade; Strength: Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
Reaffirming that poverty can and should be eliminated;
Believing that the international community has the capacity, resources, and good will to create programs and initiatives that provide an opportunity for economic prosperity;
Observing that the General Assembly has created a lending organisation which finances risk-free, interest-bearing loans that the World Assembly does not directly issue, through lenders that the World Assembly does not directly manage;
Troubled that the definition of a fair interest rate has not been defined or limited;
Concerned that borrowers who are ideal candidates for the WMF programs may be vulnerable to accepting loans that do not have their best intentions at heart, and may force the borrower to move from loan to loan in order to avoid financial hardship;
Believing that insufficient considerations have been made to properly define critical lending standards and regulatory oversight in the areas of consumer protection, predatory lending, and bankruptcy;
Disappointed that the General Assembly could have elected to sponsor an interest-free loan program, but instead created one where private lenders profit from the already impoverished.
Concluding that dissolving this program will protect vulnerable individuals from being entrapped within a cycle of debt;
Hereby repeals General Assembly Resolution #94 Microcredit and Microgrants.