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AUSC Resolutions: 21 to 30

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 21: Protection of former existing countries

Proposed by: Phazania, September 11, 2003

 

By the principles which gave birth to the AU and that determine its existence, no country which ceases to exist will be absorbed by another African country without first holding a meeting of the AU and a subsequent resolution on its fate is approved by a majority of members. This ungoverned territory will temporarily be administered by the African Union and security will be the responsibility of the AU.

 

As a second clause, any state who invades another that has ceased to exist, after the passing of this resolution, will be subject to sanctions by the AU and possible military action.

 

Roll Call Vote:

 

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Approve

West Councilor Serandum: Abstain

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

East Councilor Azaziel: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Approve

 

6-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 22: Clarification of SC19

Proposed by: Israel-Palestine, September 11, 2003

 

Due to misunderstandings and other problems involving SC Resolution 19, this resolution will repeal SC19.  Not only will this repeal SC19 it will place a new deadline using the same reasoning used in SC19 for Gabon to leave Great Flanders. The new deadline will be Monday, the 22nd of September, 2003.

 

Great Flanders will then be moderated by the AU for at the least a month, and no more than three months before deciding what to do with the land and people.

 

Failure to comply to this resolution will result in military action seen fit by the AU.

 

 

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

West Councilor Serandum: Approve

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

East Councilor Azaziel: Abstain

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Approve

5-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 23: African Union Authority Removal From Lands With No Owner

Proposed by: Israel-Palestine, September 13, 2003

 

With the African Union now having Authority in nations that cease to exist, a method to remove authority is needed.

 

When a nation ceases to exist, all nations wishing to own the land tell the AU Secretary General. A list will be made of these nations and when the land is stable, being about a month to three months after the previous nation ceased to exist, a referendum will be held. The list of nations must be given from the AU Secretary General to the Security Council members. Each nation is then judged on the list by the AU Secretary General. A nation that is stable, nearby, seen fit to rule and has cultural ties will receive the land over all other nations. Stability and fitness to rule are the number one priorities. Cultural ties also influence heavily on the decision. The proximity of the state is another important factor.

 

The nation (or nations should the land be divided) chosen will receive full sovereignty over the land upon the decision of the AU Secretary General. To provide a check on the AU Secretary General in case the decision is considered corrupted, the Security Council also has the opportunity to reject the decision. If two members of the Security Council reject the decision made by the Secretary General, then the Security Council must take a full vote upon the matter. The Secretary General cannot vote in the SC vote. If the AU Secretary General's decision is fully rejected by the Security Council then the Security Council can either choose their own nation to take the land, or make the land only available to microstates wishing to be active, or new Africa members. In the event of a tie the Secretary General must pick a new nation(s) rather than the Security Council.

 

 

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

West Councilor Serandum: Approve

East Councilor Ouea: Abstain

East Councilor Azaziel: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Approve

 

Total Votes: 5-0

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 24: Reaction to Libyan-Crimean-USSR Aggression

Proposed by: Venetian Duchy, September 25, 2003

 

Outraged by the actions of Libya, Crimea and the USSR, the African Union (Unione Africana)votes to present an ultimatum: Libya, Crimea and the USSR must cease to continue expansionist policies and must retreat from their planned invasion. There has been absolutely no justification and this is unacceptable as a country can only go to war for self-defense.

 

Thus, if Libya, Crimea and USSR fail to retreat within 24 hours of the passage of this resolution, the member states of the AU commit to:

 

1. Place a full embargo on the three states;

2. Break diplomatic ties;

3. Form a coalition of the willing to defend Cams Angelic Hell and any other states that may be unfairly attacked.

 

Furthermore, once the three states are defeated, there will be swift and punishable retribution: the African Union will support the aspirations of all liberation groups within the three countries, thereby fractioning each of them into many small pieces and ensuring that power is never concentrated in such a way that they will threaten regional stability or international security.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Approve

West Councilor Serandum: Reject

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

East Councilor Azaziel: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Approve

North Councilor, a.i. Shcherbatskaya: Reject

North Councilor, a.i. Spherica: Approve

 

7-2

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 25: On the Question of Nuclear Weapons in Africa

Proposed by: Spherica, September 28, 2003

 

Now that this war is hopefully coming to a close, we should all take into consideration the topic of nuclear warfare. The threat of a nuclear attack and eventually an all out 'nuclear war' is one of the most horrendous possibilities to come to mind. Not only do nuclear weapons have the capabilities to kill thousands of people, but they also influence the lives of generations to come. Nuclear radiation also destroys ecosystems and makes land uninhabitable for the remained of the radioactive-material's half-lives. With this, I propose a resolution that would include the following terms:

 

1) All nations must cease the production and manufacture of nuclear weapons

2) All nations must destroy all current nuclear weapons in their arsenal

3) All nations must agree to never fire a nuclear weapon at another nation, nor test them in their own country

4) Only the AU-Charter conferred arsenal of weapons of the Security Council will remain in existence with the checks and balances for their use as stipulated in the AU Charter.

 

Any nations that fail to comply with the above demands will face quick, severe punishments that may include:

 

1) Loss of representation in the council

2) Financial penalties

3) Blockade of ships and boycott of goods

 

Furthermore, once this resolution is passed, a task-force will be created that will investigate any suspicions that a nation is failing to comply with the above criterium. When this task-force is occupying a nation in question, that nation must provide amble food, shelter, and health care to the individuals.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Abstain

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

West Councilor Serandum: Oppose

East Councilor Ouea: Oppose

East Councilor Azaziel: Oppose

South Councilor Territory: Oppose

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Oppose

North Councilor Shcherbatskaya: Approve

South Councilor Spherica: Approve

 

2-5 (Abstentions 2)

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 26: The International Parks Foundation Proposed by: Israel-Palestine, October 8th, 2003

 

The world continues to clear cut our planet’s great forests around the world. Our forests need the correct protection to ensure they’ll be around for future generations. Some of Africa’s greatest beauties come from our natural forests and wild animals.

 

This resolution is to create the International Parks Foundation (IPF). This is to protect our planet’s forests and animals. The Foundation is to operate in this manner:

1.) All nations that are a part of the African Union automatically become part of this foundation. Active participation is not necessary.

2.) The AU Security Council decides what areas of the world are sanctioned from de-forestation and the mass murder of animals. 6 out of 9 nations (An equal ratio if the SC is to expand.) or greater must approve of the idea. If only majority votes for it then the GA will then vote on the subject where the 50% +1 rule is needed to approve of the plan.

3.) The Foundation has the right to protect sea life, and wildlife. They can fine nations for violating regulations. All fines are paid to the AU in which the money is to be only used for peacekeeping, medical, or wildlife projects.

4.) The IPF is to also protect the environment from emissions. Emission regulations are controlled by the Councilors for each sub-region.

5.) The sub-regional Councilors can create “Sub-regional protected areas” which follows the same rules as if the IPF made the protected region. The check on the power of the Councilors is if 66% of the nations in that sub-region contest the protected region the issue is either revoked or taken to the AU Security Council.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Oppose

West Councilor Serandum: Oppose

East Councilor Ouea: Oppose

East Councilor Azaziel: Oppose

South Councilor Territory: Oppose

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Oppose

North Councilor Shcherbatskaya: Approve

North Councilor Spherica: Oppose

 

Total Votes: 2-7

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 27: The Abolition of All Alliances and Commitment to Non-Alignment with Regard to Other Regions

Proposed by: United Faiths, October 17, 2003

 

Recognizing  the difficulties in logistics and the time consuming nature of maintaining alliances, as well as the Security Council’s prior indecisiveness in addressing the issue of alliances, the Security Council votes to abolish all outstanding alliances. All embassies should be recalled and all ambassadors/embassy officials should be offered restationment at the AU headquarters in a civil service post. Relocation expenses will be paid.

 

Further, the Security Council commits to a united regional platform of non-alignment. Future alliances with other regions will neither be sought nor accepted. Africa is simply neutral to other regions and will focus its efforts at home on issues of intra-regional importance.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Israel-Palestine: Abstain

West Councilor Phazania: Approve

West Councilor Serandum: Oppose

East Councilor Ouea: Approve

East Councilor Azaziel: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Vasis-Avende: Approve

North Councilor Shcherbatskaya: Oppose

North Councilor Spherica: Approve

 

Total Votes: 6-2

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 28: Right to Search for Nairb Selarom in Zevmar

Proposed by: United Faiths, November 13, 2003

 

Based on “evidence” that Nairb Selarom may be in Zevmar, the Security Council authorizes an inspection team to have unfettered access to installations in Zevmar where he might be hiding.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Venetian Duchy: Approve

West Councilor Phazania: Approve

West Councilor United Faiths: Oppose

East Councilor South Nubia: Approve

East Councilor Akhtendum: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Abstain

South Councilor Green Free State: Approve

North Councilor Spherica: Approve

North Councilor Republic of France: Approve

Total Votes: 7-1

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 29: Recognition of Rebel Movements

Proposed by: Akhtendum, November 6, 2003

 

In the event of revolution, the AU shall support the existing government, and will do all in its power to pause the momentum of any hostilities until it can be ascertained whether the emerging faction has any legal, moral or religious reasoning for their revolt. If they cannot provide evidence, AU troops may be used in reestablishing peace, at which point rule may continue by the previous leader, pending an election compliant with the laws of the nation in question. If valid reasoning for a revolt is found, the deposed leader will be allowed sanctuary in any African nation of his/her choice, and an immediate election will be held and overseen by the AU.

 

Furthermore, supporting rebellion in one nation-state by another will be regarded as a declaration of war; thus, all aid and support that the AU can offer will be granted to the victim of the aggressor nation.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Venetian Duchy: Reject

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

West Councilor United Faiths: Abstain

East Councilor South Nubia: Approve

East Councilor Akhtendum: Approve

South Councilor Territory: Reject

South Councilor Green Free State: Reject

North Councilor Spherica: Reject

North Councilor Republic of France: Reject

Total Votes: 2-5 

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 30: Sanctions on Akhtendum for Illegitimate Aggression

Proposed by: Serandum, November 14, 2003

 

Akhtendum will be sanctioned for the act of launching missiles against a non-aggressive foreign state. Should this kind of solo action occur again by any country, the AU will take stronger measures against it and, as a final recourse, justify military action to curb aggressive states.

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General Venetian Duchy: Reject

West Councilor Phazania: Abstain

West Councilor United Faiths: Reject

East Councilor South Nubia: Approve

East Councilor Akhtendum: Not eligible to vote

South Councilor Territory: Approve

South Councilor Green Free State: Approve

North Councilor Spherica: Abstain

North Councilor Republic of France: Approve

Total Votes: 4-2