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AUSC Resolutions: 11 to 20

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 11: An HIV/AIDS Strategy for Africa

Proposed by Bubonic Plague, 7/6/03

 

Recognizing that HIV/AIDS is a major scourge on the African continent, killing millions and causing untold economic devastation, the nations of the African Union agree on the following goals:

 

(1) Education and Prevention. Information about preventing the spread of HIV should be made available through public education campaigns, especially in schools. Barrier contraceptive devices should be made available to the population.

 

(2) Nosocomial Spread. Sterile medical equipment is to be made available. Screening procedures for donated blood are to be established and adhered to.

 

(3) Treatment. The patent monopolies held by Western pharmaceutical firms are immoral and criminal. The nations of African Union will cease to recognize these patents and will obtain antiretroviral drugs from cheaper sources.

 

(4) Consultation. The nations of the AU agree to share knowledge and experience in this matter. This may be accomplished with a periodic continent-wide summit.

 

 

Secretary General Bubonic Plague:  Approve

West Councilor Guinea Bissau:  Approve

West Councilor Gold Coast: Approve

East Councilor Noble Patricians: Approve

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

South Councilor Luunia: Approve

South Councilor North Madagascar: Approve

 

Total votes 7-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 12: Reducing the Number of Puppet Regimes per Individuals

Proposed by: Luunia 7/7/03

 

In the spirit of making this game equal, balanced and to prevent abuses of powers by any individual who may create “puppet” regimes, the Security Council gives an ultimatum of August 1st, by which time all individuals in the game must have no more than three states:

 

1.           in the AU

2.           and on the map of Africa.

 

A player can maintain as many states as they wish in Africa, but only three can be on the map and in the AU (note these do not have to be the same states, so potentially we are talking about the possibility of having a total of 6 participating states).

 

If a player wishes to create 20 states, three of them could be in the AU and in the map, but the rest would be considered micro-states.

 

Roll Call Vote Requested:

 

 

Secretary General Bubonic Plague: Approve

West Councilor Guinea Bissau: Rejects

West Councilor Gold Coast: Rejects

East Councilor Noble Patricians: Approve

East Councilor Ouea: Rejects

South Councilor Luunia: Rejects

South Councilor North Madagascar: Approve

 

Total Votes: 3-4

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 13: Establishment of Trusteeship of Kuwait by the African Union

Proposed by: United Faiths 7/16/03

Concerned about the multiple claims of several countries (Azaziel, Noble Patricians, and the United States) on the territory of Kuwait,

 

Surprised about the recent turn of events with invasions and squirmishes throughout the Kuwaiti territory,

 

The Security Council will incorporate Kuwait as a trusteeship and govern it administratively until Kuwait exercises its right to self determination.

 

 

Roll Call Vote Requested:

 

Secretary General Engleland, a.i.: Approve

West Councilor Guinea Bissau:  Approve

West Councilor Gold Coast: Approve

East Councilor Sudan: Abstain

East Councilor Ouea: Abstain

South Councilor Luunia: Approve

South Councilor North Madagascar: Abstain

 

* Note: Noble Patricians can not vote on this resolution as it affects them directly.

 

Total Votes: 4-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 14: Addressing Azaziel’s Imperialistic Expansion

Proposed by: Bubonic Plague, July 29, 2003

The Security Council is alarmed by Azaziel’s aggression towards neighboring states. Fearing that this may spark off a wave of imperialist conflict, the council resolves to:

(1) condemn Azaziel’s aggression;

(2) place Azaziel under a strict economic embargo;

(3) authorize the use of force if Azazieli forces are not withdrawn to their own borders within 72 hours of this resolution passing (must depart from Lesser Shepists)

(4) enforce the payment of reparations to the victims (e.g. Guinea Bissau)

 

Roll Call Vote Requested:

Secretary General United Faiths: Approve

West Councilor Bubonic Plague: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

East Councilor Dorghistan: Abstain

East Councilor Ouea: Abstain

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Green Free State: Approve

 

Total votes: 4-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 15: Demanding Access to Alleged Libyan Genocide Facilities

Proposed by: United Faiths, August 7, 2003

 

Based on a disclosed private message from Libya to Serandum, the region of Africa, along with its allies in CFA, demand access to said facilities to learn if charges of genocide are true.

 

If so, the member states of CFA and Africa, led by the African Union would be responsible for freeing and relocating Berber populations outside of Libya.

 

Furthermore, the AU demands that Libya respect human rights or face expulsion from the AU. Should this offer be turned down, the Secretary General would expel you from the AU for violating its charter and refusing to adhere to the its principles.

 

 

Roll Call Vote Requested:

Secretary General United Faiths: Approve

West Councilor Bubonic Plague: *

West Councilor Phazania: *

East Councilor Dorghistan: *

East Councilor Ouea: *

South Councilor Territory: *

South Councilor Green Free State: *

 

Total votes: 1-0

 

*Libya agreed to the resolution before most of the Security Council Members could vote.

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 16: Africa's relationship with the Coalition Forces Alliance

Proposed by: Bubonic Plague, August 13, 2003

 

Whereas the CFA has shown complete disregard for African sovereignty and lack respect for the authority of the African Union, the Africa Region immediately revokes its alliance with the CFA, recalls its ambassador, and declares the CFA’s diplomatic representative to be persona non grata.

 

 

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General United Faiths: Abstain

West Councilor Bubonic Plague: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

East Councilor Dorghistan: Abstain

East Councilor Ouea: Abstain

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Green Free State: Approve

 

Total votes: 3-0 (4 abstentions)

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 17: On the Pacific Administration of Two Lands by the African Union

Proposed by: United Faiths, August 26, 2003

 

The Security Council resolves to send a rapid reaction stabilization force in which Libya and other AU members will be incorporated, to provide peace and stability to the region.

 

 

Votes Requested:

Secretary General Malawi: Approve

West Councilor Bubonic Plague:  Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Approve

East Councilor Dorghistan: Approve

East Councilor Ouea:  Abstain

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Green Free State: Approve

 

Total Votes: 6-0 (1 abstentions)

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 18:  The Impeachment of Malawi

Proposed by: Israel-Palestine, August 31, 2003

 

The Disputed Territories of Malawi are in violation of Security Council Resolution 16 re-creating the alliance with the CFA. Malawi has also made aggressive and racist remarks to multiple AU member nations, and has gone Gung-ho on his international policy. He is no-longer seen fit as a peacemaker and leader.

 

This proposal will impeach Malawi from their position as leaders of the Secretariat of the AU and find a replacement along the pre-established procedures.

 

 

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Malawi:  may not vote

West Councilor Phazania: may note vote

West Councilor Serandum: Approve

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

East Councilor Israel-Palestine: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Abstain

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Abstain

 

Total votes: 3-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 19:  Response to Gabonese Invasion

Proposed by: Serandum, September 1. 2003

 

The oppressed peoples of Gabon are violating the rights of the former citizens of Great Flanders and disrespecting the AU. As this case is no different from Two Lands, Serandum proposes that an AU statement be issued condemning the invasion by Gabon and demanding a withdrawal of their forces. Also, that an ultimatum must be issued that if the troops don't retreat by the end of Wednesday, the AU will enter in war with Gabon after that.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Malawi: Reject

 

West Councilor Phazania: Approve

 

West Councilor Serandum: Approve.

 

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

 

East Councilor Israel-Palestine: Approve

 

South Councilor Territory: Approve

 

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Abstain

 

Total votes: 5-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 20: Creation of the Department of Interregional Affairs

Proposed by: Israel-Palestine and United Faiths, September 10, 2003

 

The African Union under the organizational structure of the Security Council and supervised by the council members creates the Department of Interregional Affairs (DIA) to handle relations between Africa and other allied regions. Contrary to the current system, where the UN Delegate or Founder create alliances and take responsibility over the embassies, the proposed system will be more representative, as the AU Secretary General will be tasked with the responsibility of appointing states to run the embassies in each region. Thus, every allied region would have a more active ambassadorial contingent.

 

 

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Reject

West Councilor Serandum: Approve

East Councilor Ouea: Reject

East Councilor Azaziel: Abstain

South Councilor Territory: Reject

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Approve

Total Votes: 3-3  Deadlocked vote. Resolution does not pass. A new resolution is strongly suggested.