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AUSC Resolutions: 51 to Present

SC Resolution 51: The Transvaal SAR Request to be Recognised Independently (although still South Africa) in Foreign Affairs
Proposed by: Republic of South Africa
2 September 2005


UNDERSTANDING that the Transvaal Special Administrative Region is a part of the Republic of South Africa;

AND IN RECOGNIZING that it is an independent autonomy from the Federal Parliament and Government of South Africa;

REMEMBERING that the Federal Parliament of South Africa does not dictate law or appoint officials to govern the Transvaal;

AND IN AWARENESS of the Federal Parliamentary Law that Special Administrative Regions owe all military service and taxation to the Republic, the Government here by issues a decree to recognise the Transvaal SAR as an independent body, separate from South Africa, wishing that the Security Council will allow them the ability to vote in the General Assembly as an independent autonomy, realising that its affairs are solely the responsibility of itself;


The Security Council of the African Union Declares:

1. That the Transvaal SAR is an independent autonomy and should be treated as an individual government

2. That the Transvaal SAR has an independently elected government that deserves official status as an independent government with a representative of its own from the SAR.

 Security Council Resolution 52: The Cessation of Zarathushtran Expansion
Date: September 5, 2005
Proposed by: The Azaziel, Northern Security Councilor


At current, the African Union cannot afford to be undermined by land-grabbing states that ignore legal procedure and set dangerous precedents for the region. Zarathushtra’s annexation of Eastern Turkey and Kurdistan is a prime example of such behavior, and must be stopped in order to ensure the survival and credibility of the African Union.

We Propose the AU demand Zarathushtra’s withdrawal from the above mentioned territories, and that a force of AU peace-keepers be established to secure the above mentioned territories.

Zarathushtra and all nations must learn that the only proper means of gaining land is through appeal to the AUSC. For too long Africa has been made to endure the cavalier attitudes of militant nations towards non-governed lands.

 

SC Resolution 53: The Territories of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia Request to be Recognized Independently (although still pasrt of the Confederacy of Hiraan) in Foreign Affairs
Proposed by: Confederacy of Hiiraan of Hiiraan
5 September 2005


UNDERSTANDING that the territories of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia are Special Administrative Regions that are a part of the Confederacy of Hiiraan;

AND IN RECOGNIZING that the territories of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia are autonomous and independent states in the Confederacy of Hiiraan.

REMEMBERING that the confederacy of Hiiraan has a Federal parliament.

AND IN AWARENESS of the Federal Parliamentary Law that Special Administrative Regions owe all military service and taxation to the Confederacy, the Government here by issues a decree to recognize the territories of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia as an independent body, separate from each other, wishing that the Security Council will allow them the ability to vote in the General Assembly as an independent autonomy, realizing that its affairs are solely the responsibility of itself;


The Security Council of the African Union Declares:

1. That the territories of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia are an independent autonomy and should be treated as an individual government.

2. That the territories of Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia has an independently elected government that deserves official status as an independent government with a representative of its own from their representative governments.

 

SC Resolution 54: Intervention In South African States
Proposed by: Akhtendum
10 November 2005


RECOGNISING the
recent conflict in South Africa;

RECOGNIZING the state of lawlessness that exists in Mauritania;

CONCERNED with disturbing reports of "extermination process of the whites and the non-Africans" (Kwambe) and other human rights abuses including "black Africans [being] sent to specially built camps" (Geiyersley);

SYMPATHETIC to the government of South Africa's plight in combatting an unlawful insurrection yet;

CONDEMNING the means used by South Africa to apprehend insurgents under a flag of truce, thereby endangering further dialogue with separatist movements


The Security Council of the African Union Declares:

1. That international monitors be allowed to visit the Kwambe leadership jailed in South Africa to ensure sanitary and lawful conditions and observe whatever fair trial or prosecution that the South African government proceeds with

2. That the African Union officially reprimands the government of South Africa for using an internationally appraised peace conference as a means to arrest wanted militants, thereby jeopardising diplomatic procedures across Africa

3. That international monitors be allowed to observe the destruction of camps in Geiyersley and South Africa and the rehousing of illegally detained inmates

 SC Resolution 55: ECOWAS Administration Of Western Africa
Proposed by: Akhtendum
10 November 2005


RECOGNISING that ECOWAS is nearly unanimous in calling for the removal of non-western states from positions of peacekeeping operations in Togo and Niger;

RECOGNISING that this point of view has gained prevalence amongst certain other nations;

AWARE that the African Union does not possess the funds to administrate this vast region;


The Security Council of the African Union Declares:

1. That Utopia Germany, Mulgaria and Zububu immediately withdraw from these territories as soon as a member of ECOWAS claims the ability to replace their presence

2. That any of these nations remaining in West Africa be recognised by the African Union as having hostile intent

3. That in keeping with the African Union charter, any ECOWAS task force administrating the occupied territory of Togo/Niger will endeavour to promote the rise of independent democratic government

SC Resolution 56: Condemnation of Anawein
Proposed by: Hiiraan
November 29, 2005


COGNIZANT of the African Union Security Council's historic and legitimate role in establishing peace and creating understanding within member states

RECOGNIZING the state of Anawein have threatned and attacked a Dasumian Navy Unit;

RECOGNIZING the state of Anawein have entered West African nation with armed forces without International Understanding;

REMEMBERING the historic fact of Tchad and the cause of the Tchadian War;

The Security Council of the African Union Declares:

1. The full Condemnation of the Nation of Anawein

2. That the Government of Anawein apologize for the bombing of Dasumian Naval Units,

3. That the Government of Anawein apologize for the Bombing of SHAKARAT outside of its border,

4. That the Government of Anawein apologize for violating Mulgarian Airspace.

Security Council Resolution 57: Governing Former Jaab
Date: December 19, 2005
Proposed by: Optimus Prime Minister of The Federation of Djiboutian States


In accordance with General Assembly Resolution 37 it is brought forth before the Security Council of the African Union to help bring about law and safety to the land formerly under the now failed Jaab government. Currently no semblance of a government can be ascertained and to protect the life and liberty of the denizens of the land it is asked that the Africa Union administer the country until a suitable government can be formed.



Roll Call Vote Requested:
Secretary General: Djiboutian States:
Approve
Northern Councilor: The Azaziel:
Approve
Northern Councilor Mulgaria: Abstain
Western Councilor The Anaweim: Abstain
Western Councilor United Faiths:
Approve
Eastern Councilor Hiiraan: Abstain
Eastern Councilor Akhtendum:
Approve
Southern Councilor Hey Dude:
Approve
Southern Councilor South Africa: Abstain

Resolution Approved

Security Council Resolution 58: Governing Former Hiiraan
Date: January 15, 2006
Proposed by: Optimus Prime Minister of The Federation of Djiboutian States


In accordance with General Assembly Resolution 37 it is brought forth before the Security Council of the African Union to help bring about law and safety to the land formerly under the now failed Hiiraan government. The former regime of the land has fled Africa for another area, never to return. Currently no semblance of a government can be ascertained and to protect the life and liberty of the denizens of the land it is asked that the Africa Union administer the country until a suitable government can be formed.




Roll Call Vote Requested:
Secretary General: Djiboutian States:
Approve
Northern Councilor: The Azaziel: Abstain
Northern Councilor Mulgaria:
Approve
Western Councilor United Faiths:
Approve
Western Councilor Phazania:
Approve
Eastern Councilor Akhtendum:
Approve
Eastern Councilor La Jose: Abstain
Southern Councilor Hey Dude:
Approve
Southern Councilor Zulu Nation: Abstain

 

Resolution Approved

Security Council Resolution 59: Zububu request to annex Kenya
Date: January 23, 2006
Proposed by: Government of Zububu

Following the collapse of the great state of Hiiraan, Kenya has been left unadministered. Zububu has given away much of its territory to new nations. It is has recently given away four territories to three new nations: Cameroon, Gabon, Congo (Brazzaville), Southern Tanzania. Since ceding so much of our territories away, Zububu has lost much of its population. Zububu is a respected nation, and has shown itself a good steward of land, having given away so much of it to new nations.

This resolution would legally grant the territory of Kenya to Zububu. Kenya has close historical and ethnic ties to Norther Tanzania, an integral part of Zububu.



Secretary General: Djiboutian States: Abstain
Northern Councilor: The Azaziel: Abstain
Northern Councilor Mulgaria: Abstain
Western Councilor United Faiths: Abstain
Western Councilor Phazania: Abstain
Eastern Councilor Akhtendum: Abstain
Eastern Councilor La Jose: Abstain
Southern Councilor Hey Dude: Abstain
Southern Councilor Zulu Nation: Abstain

 

Resolution Failed

Roll call vote:

AUSG Djiboutian States       Abstain
North Councilor I: Astorian Germany Abstain
North Councilor II: Azaziel      APPROVE
South Councilor I: South Africa      APPROVE
South Councilor II: Kambali Abstain
East Councilor I: Hiiraan      APPROVE
East Councilor II: Zarathushtra    Abstain
West Councilor I: Serandum      Abstain
West Councilor II: Benghazy Abstain
3-0 Resolution Fails

Roll call vote:

North Councilor I: (Astorian Germany)- Abstain

 

North Councilor II: (Azaziel) Approve


South Councilor I: (South Africa) Approve


South Councilor II: (Kambali) Abstain


East Councilor I: (Hiiraan) Abstain


East Councilor II: (Zarathushtra)Ineligible to vote

 

West Councilor I: (Serandum) Abstain

 

West Councilor II: (Benghazy) Reject


Total Votes: (2-1 In Favor) Fails

Roll call vote:

North Councilor I: (Astorian Germany)- Abstain
North Councilor II: (Azaziel)--------- Abstain
South Councilor I: (South Africa)----- Abstain
South Councilor II: (Kambali)--------- Abstain
East Councilor I: (Hiiraan)----------- Ineligible to vote
East Councilor II: (Zarathushtra)----- Abstain
West Councilor I: (Serandum)---------- Abstain
West Councilor II: (Benghazy---------- Abstain

Current Total Votes: (0-0)

Resolution Fails

Roll Call Votes:

African Union Secretary General
Djiboutian States; Optimus Prime Minister (Abstain)

1st Northern Councilor: Azaziel, the (Approve)


2nd Northern Councilor: Mulgaria (Abstain)


1st Southern Councilor:

Hey Dude (Approve)

2nd Southern Councilor: South Africa (Not Eligible To Vote)

1st Eastern  Councilor: Hiiraan (Approve)

2nd Eastern  Councilor: Akhtendum (Approve)

1st Western  Councilor: Anaweim, the (Approve)

2nd Western  Councilor: United Faiths (Approve)

Roll Call Vote:

African Union Secretary General
Djiboutian States; Optimus Prime Minister (Abstain)

1st Northern Councilor: Azaziel, the (Reject)


2nd Northern Councilor: Mulgaria (Not Eligible To Vote)


1st Southern Councilor: Hey Dude (Reject)


2nd Southern Councilor: South Africa (Abstain)


1st Eastern  Councilor: Hiiraan (Reject)

2nd Eastern  Councilor: Akhtendum (Reject)

1st Western  Councilor: Anaweim, the (Approve)

2nd Western  Councilor: United Faiths (Abstain)

Roll call vote:


African Union Secretary General
Djiboutian States; Optimus Prime Minister Abstain

1st Northern Councilor: Azaziel, the  Approve


2nd Northern Councilor: Mulgaria Approve

1st Southern Councilor: Hey Dude Reject

2nd Southern Councilor: South Africa Reject

1st Eastern  Councilor: Hiiraan  Approve

2nd Eastern  Councilor: Akhtendum Approve

1st Western  Councilor: Anaweim, the (Not eligible to vote)

2nd Western  Councilor: United Faiths Abstain

1st Western Alternate Councilor: Phazania Abstain


Resolution Fails