World Assembly Resolutions
Since the rise of the World Assembly from the ashes of its predecessor, the Bureaucracy That Cannot Be Named, WA member nations have worked tirelessly to improve the standard of the world. That, or tried to force other nations to be more like them. But that's just semantics.
Below is every World Assembly resolution ever passed.
General Assembly Resolution # 609
A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.
Industry Affected: Agriculture
Proposed by: Barfleur
The World Assembly,
Cognizant of the risks posed by zoonotic diseases to sapient wellbeing and the increasing risks of such dangers as the world becomes ever more connected,
Hereby enacts as follows:
In this resolution:
the "WHA" is the World Health Authority;
the "WAGF" is the World Assembly General Fund;
a "zoonotic disease" is any disease which:
is caused by a pathogen; and
is capable of being transmitted from a nonsapient being to a sapient being; and
"wet market" refers to any marketplace which:
keeps and offers for sale to the general public live animals;
keeps and offers for sale to the general public nonsapient animals to be killed at or immediately before or after sale; or
is in the business of reselling wares described in paragraphs (i) and (ii).
Animals sold or intended for sale in any wet market shall be subject to random testing for any zoonotic disease which:
has been determined by the WHA or local health authorities to pose a substantial danger to sapient wellbeing; and
is capable of infecting and thereby harming sapient beings in the intended market.
Animal carcasses intended to be sold in any wet market shall be subject to random testing for any zoonotic disease described in subsection (a).
Any animal which tests positive under subsection (a) or (b) shall not be sold until such animal reliably tests negative for such disease. If a negative test does not result, the animal shall be disposed of in a manner provided by local health authorities.
Every individual who works at a wet market shall be subject to random testing for any communicable zoonotic disease described in subsection (a). If a person tests positive, then every other worker at that or other wet markets who may reasonably have been exposed to the same zoonotic diseases shall be tested for each zoonotic disease which the individual worker has tested positive for. Any person who tests positive under this paragraph may not work at any wet market until such person reliably tests negative for the same zoonotic disease.
Testing under this section shall be carried out by local health authorities, except that if a governmental body responsible for such an authority certifies to the WHA that it does not have the capacity or training to carry out such testing, the WHA shall send Inspectors to carry out such testing. While so engaged, Inspectors shall be treated as members of a local health authority and shall enjoy international protection.
Animal marketing regulations.
It is an unlawful business practice for a wet market or other marketplace which sells living or dead animals to:
store an animal of one species in close physical proximity to animals of another species (or carcasses of such species) if such proximity is likely to result in the cross-species transmission of zoonotic diseases;
store the carcasses of animals of one species in close physical proximity to the carcasses of animals of another species if such proximity is likely to result in the transmission of zoonotic diseases across carcasses;
store the carcasses of animals intended for sale in a manner which is likely to result in the acquisition of zoonotic diseases, when there is a cost-efficient way of preventing such acquisition;
furnish false information in response to any test ordered under this resolution, or impede such a test;
retaliate against any person for reporting any violations of this resolution or any other applicable laws governing wet markets;
falsely label any species of animal or animal carcass for the purpose of bolstering sales or evading inspections; or
discriminate against any person on account of such person's decision to don personal protective equipment on the premises of such market.
Import and export.
Each member nation shall:
test every animal intended for import to or export from such nation for any zoonotic disease which:
is capable of infecting and thereby harming sapient beings in the area and population in which such animal is intended to be moved to;
deny entry or exit to, treat, euthanize, or isolate, any animal which tests positive for any such disease until such animal tests negative for the same zoonotic disease; and
take measures to ensure the health of individuals engaged in the business of transporting animals internationally, including measures to monitor and prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases among such individuals
A mandate under this resolution shall be funded by the member nation in whose borders the mandate is done. However, upon verification of inability to fund such a mandate in full or in part, the WAGF shall cover such proportion of the costs as is necessary to ensure that the mandate is effectively carried out. In determining whether and to what extent to cover costs, the WAGF shall seek to ensure that this resolution is carried into effect as broadly and effectively as possible.
Security Council Resolution # 398
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
The Security Council,
Recognising the nature of the Confederacy of Layem, whose government has long carried out unprovoked antagonism and infiltration against other regions and individuals,
Aware that the Confederacy's leadership alone is at fault for a sustained policy of intolerance that not only renders territory within its borders caustic, but all that with which the region interacts,
Bearing witness to the Confederacy of Layem's founder, Layem having been evaporated from the realm of corporeal existence by supernatural powers for transgressions beyond mortal comprehension, leaving open the path to reformation by force,
Believing the time has come for the international community to pacify this land and those that inhabit it, by establishing measures which reverse the Confederacy of Layem's attempts fortify itself against the inevitable consequences of its actions,
Hereby liberates the Confederacy of Layem.
Co-author: Refuge Isle
General Assembly Resolution # 610
A resolution to enact uniform standards that protect workers, consumers, and the general public.
Area of Effect: Safety
Proposed by: Thousand Branches
The World Assembly,
Knowing that many nations rely on nuclear power plants as a source of energy;
Aware that the production of nuclear energy produces radioactive waste that becomes dangerous if not properly disposed of;
Distraught that no such disposal has been previously regulated by the World Assembly;
Hereby enacts as follows:
In this resolution:
nuclear waste is defined as the radioactive solid or liquid wastes resulting from nuclear fission, fusion, refinement, or any other process from which nuclear power is derived.
radioactive contamination is defined as the spread of radiation to any habitats, natural reserves, bodies of water, or atmospheres such that it would pose a significant danger to life or the environment.
The Nuclear Energy Safety Commission (NESC) must:
Investigate methods of nuclear waste disposal and determine those considered safe by the following guidelines:
Disposal methods must have little to no risk of radioactive contamination.
Methods must include proper solidification, compaction and subsequent treatment of nuclear materials to prevent leaching of waste or radioactivity.
Inspect prospective nuclear waste storage and burial sites to ensure they are geologically stable and at sufficiently lengthy proximity from areas at risk of radioactive contamination.
Ensure that decommissioned nuclear reactors are properly dismantled, and any nuclear waste present is removed before said reactors can be demolished.
Ensure that domestic transport of radioactive materials provides little to no foreseeable risk of leakage, thievery, or any form of radioactive contamination.
Explore safer and more effective methods of nuclear waste disposal, recycling, reuse, and transmutation. Such studies must be publicly disseminated to member states.
Member states must:
Only employ methods of safe nuclear disposal as defined by the NESC. Member states may submit reliable scientific research to the NESC to have a method of nuclear disposal be investigated for future safety standards.
Ensure that radioactive contamination originating from their nation is reported to any foreign governments that are subject to foreseeable risk of that contamination spreading to or affecting their nation.
General Assembly Resolution # 611
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Civil Rights
Proposed by: The Forest of Aeneas
The World Assembly:
Believing that collective punishment is grossly unfair, as it purposefully targets the innocent, and therefore a serious violation of sapient rights; and
Observing that collective punishment is a favoured tool of authoritarian regimes to suppress opposition;
Hereby, within the confines of past, standing World Assembly law:
Bans member states from purposefully punishing, convicting, or otherwise targetting for punishment, any individual for:
Any act they did not personally commit or knowingly conspire, suppress evidence of, encourage, or facilitate; or
Connection or relationship to an individual, on the basis that that individual has committed a punishable or unlawful act;
Demands that all past convictions contravening this resolution by member states be fully rescinded; and
Clarifies that this resolution does not ban member states from purposefully punishing, convicting, or otherwise retaliating against persons for:
Membership in a proscribed organisation; or
A punishable act unambiguously committed under their authority.
Security Council Resolution # 399
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Security Council Resolution #398 “Liberate Confederacy of Layem” shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The Security Council,
Acknowledging that the intent of Security Council Resolution #398 (SCR #398) was to strike down the fortifications placed upon Confederacy of Layem in order for judgement of the region to be directed by the international community.
Understanding that the purpose of SCR #398 has been carried out through an occupation of the region by over 109 nations under the banner of Antifa, demonstrating the will of the international community against the region.
Asserting that permanent security measures to prevent the reestablishment of the old regime within Confederacy of Layem cannot be implemented unless SCR #398 is repealed.
Further maintaining that a repeal of SCR #398 does not in any way disprove the claims it has made about the necessity for the pacification of this region.
Noting that the Founder has been vapourised by an act of a deity, preventing their return to the region and ensuring the permanent pacification of the region for as long the multiverse exists.
Believing that SCR #398 has fulfilled its goal of removing barriers of entry into Confederacy of Layem and must now be repealed in order for the full destruction of the region to be complete.
Hereby Repeals SCR #398: Liberate Confederacy of Layem