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AUSC Resolutions: 39 to 44

Security Council Resolution 39: East African Stability Act
Date: May 27th, 2005
Proposed by: President Hayden Panettiere of the City States of Israel-Palestine


East Africa is an area of Africa that has recently been troubled by various annexations and conflicts. Recognizing the fact that the nation of Nubidia is without proper acting government, the nation of Hiiraan has agreed to:

1.) Incorporating former Nubidia into their nation, seeing how they are culturally linked.

2.) Immediately withdraw from Kenya, handing over control of the nation to the African Union, and AU peacekeepers.

The act will give government to a people who have lacked government, and remove Hiiraanese control from the hotly contested Kenya. In order give the international community faith in the retreat of Hiiraanese forces in Kenya, they will not conduct AU Peacekeeping services in Kenya.

SC Resolution 40: (F) Hein's Defiance of AU Law

 

Hein has refused all terms stipulated in Security Resolution 34. Furthermore, it is the opinion of Akhtendum's intelligence agencies that Hein is currently engaged in a rearmament process designed to further defy the AU and cement their place as a militaristic empire bloc in opposition to Africa.

The Security Council thus demands;
1. That if Hein refuses the first clause of AU 34,

 

   QUOTE: “That Hein is refused any further land acquisitions…”

 

and seeks by peace further land acquisitions, all AU nations shall oppose definitively.
If Hein seeks further land acquisitions by annexation, or other nonviolent intrusion, the AU will immediately create a military task force to remove Hein's presence from such territories.
If Hein seeks further land acquisitions by war, the AU will create a military task force to remove Hein from such territories.

2. That if Hein refuses the second clause of AU 34,

 

QUOTE: “That Hein is forced to withdraw from Slovakia…”

 

The AU will allow Hein until June 15 to withdraw from Slovakia, after which immediate military action will follow, with the creation and deployment of an international AU task force to rescue Slovakia and return it to AU control. All nations of the AU are required in such a circumstance to support, at least verbally, such a task force. All nations of the AU are prohibited from aiding Hein in such a circumstance by any means, including all forms of trade.

3. That if Hein refuses the third clause of AU 34,

 

QUOTE: “That Hein pay the Outer TreLankan Republics for the millions in damage they cost…”

with the cost figured by Trelanka and verified by the AUSC at US$200,000,000.00, Hein imports into all African nations be taxed an extra ten (10) percent, with the proceeds of this tariff placed in a fund, to be in place until Trelanka has been compensated in full.

It is the position of the AU Security Council that this resolution is essential if faith in the AU's ability to protect its members and punish its violators is to be maintained.

Security Council Resolution 41: Al-Saharian Conflict Prevention Act
Date: May 31st, 2005
Proposed by: President Hayden Panettiere of the City States of Israel-Palestine


With continuing problems in the area of Southern Algeria, and the refusal by either side to create a proper and agreeable treaty, the AU will take action by creating a peaceful solution to a potential war scenario.

1.) Southern Algeria becomes officially Al-Saharian territory
2.) Tchad can maintain military bases in Southern Algeria for six (6) months.
3.) Tchad may use Al-Saharian Eastern ports at their free will for commerce and trade for the next 24 months.
4.) Tchad and Al-Saharia sign a non-aggression pact to last for the next six (6) months.
5.) Foreign military units may not be allowed into Southern Algeria.
6.) European military forces in Al-Saharia must number less than 40,000. Tchad may station no more than that number in Southern Algeria. At the end of the six month term in which Tchad troops must leave Al-Saharia, Foreign militaries in Al-Saharia are limited to coastal operations for the following six months. Afterwards Southern Algeria is completely Al-Saharian land, and may station military where ever they may please.
7.) This agreement under goes a two (2) month trial period, where if violations occur by Al-Saharia, Southern Algeria becomes Tchadian land officially. However the AUSC must vote a majority in agreement that a violation has indeed occurred. If violations occur by Tchad, then by the same AUSC system, this contract is void and becomes Al-Saharian land without any other terms. A violation can simply be seen as an action that is not following the terms of this resolution. (eg. 50,000 European troops, or 50,000 Tchadian troops. Al-Saharian refusal of coastal port usage, etc, etc.)

Security Council Resolution 42: National Self-Determination Act
Date: June 1st, 2005
Proposed by: President Hayden Panettiere of the City States of Israel-Palestine


In the light of imperialistic action across Africa, the AU must take on full responsibility for its inaction against corruption, aggression, and annexation.

In the brief time period of October 2004 to June 2005, the African Union has set a precedent of inaction and acceptance of national interests over the will an unbreakable bond between the people and their right to freedom.

Here Fourteen points are outlined in order to restore the inherent right that has been denied to the free peoples of the world.

1.) Free Elections must be supplied to the people denied freedom in Mulgaria. Taking into accord historical and national boundaries of their people, Belgium, Luxembourg, Morocco, the Netherlands, and Portugal will be granted their own right to be free and managed by the African Union until they establish their own proper governments.

2.) The corrupt organization known as the Francophone Union is denounced and is removed as a political organization, and rather re-instated as a linguistic-economic organization. Tchadian interests in Algeria, Benghazy, Niger and Nigeria are removed upon the passage of this resolution. Seeing how Algeria and Benghazy have their own movements for self-determination only Nigeria would be AU managed as their own government is established. GA35 is immediately rejected following due course of current voting trends and AU popular opinion.

3.) Kenya is granted self-determination and granted free elections. They also will be managed by the AU until stable government is developed. Hiiraanese actions of aggression are denounced.

4.) TreLanka and the Outer TreLankan Republics are to be considered Balkan-Slavic States, and will grant Freedom to Romania and the Ukraine. Slovenia will undergo elections to be Heintian giving Central Europe access to the sea and end the problem that has plagued peace in that region for months. Slovakia will be handled in accord to the Ukraine who both of which hold similar interests and nationality.

4.) Heintian interests in Northern Europe are removed. Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia are remove from foreign control. German-Heintian interests in Poland are also removed following due course, a Polish national government will be formed to represent Polish and Baltic interests. Hein is forever more recognized as a Central European Power. Their land boundaries of Austria, Czechia, Liechtenstein, Slovenia, and Switzerland, cannot be changed without an AU resolution or the results of a peace accord. Germany will be reduced back to the Oder-Neisse line, Denmark, Greenland and Iceland.

5.) Akhtendum and the Azaziel will allow a democratic referendum in Libya managed by Akhtendumese and AU Officials to see whether the Libyan people wish to have independence. This election would take place with in six months on a date set by Akhtendumese officials. Southern Libya which was Tchadian managed, will take part in this vote as well given the options of Akhtendum, the Azaziel, Tchad or Independence.

6.) Nubidia will hand over the Southern portion of their nation granting Hiiraan the rest of Somalia. Hiiraan is indeed a Somalian based nation and her population must reflect this. Nubidia is to be classified as the union of Eritrea, Djibouti and Northern Ethiopia.

7.) Zububu is to remove themselves of control from the Cameroon and Tanzania. They are to be given free elections and placed under AU supervision until their governments fully develop.

8.) The City States of Israel-Palestine will remove themselves from control of Jordan, which will under go free elections and be placed under the same supervision as the other nations holding elections for their new governments.

9.) The African Union is recognized to hold the responsibility for the purpose of affording mutual guarantees of political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike.

10.) The removal, so far as possible, of all economic barriers and the establishment of an equality of trade conditions among all the nations consenting to the peace and associating themselves for its maintenance.

11.) Adequate guarantees given and taken that national armaments will be reduced to the lowest point consistent with domestic safety.

12.) Chemical and Biological Weaponry is hereby banned from usage and research. This will be maintained by the same commission that checks on Nuclear Weaponry Development.

13.) A free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims, based upon a strict observance of the principle that in determining all such questions of sovereignty the interests of the populations concerned must have equal weight with the equitable claims of the government whose title is to be determined. Therefore a national government must be on equal base with their population that they claim to represent.

14.) The AUIC (African Union Independence Commission) will be created in order to maintain these points and be handle the addition of new governments. The AUIC will be headed by the AUSC and AUSG alike, and determine the future of various elections and governments that determine the future of these newly freed peoples.

 

Security Council Resolution 43: Red Shield
Date: 02 June 2005
Proposed By: Optimus Prime Minister, Djiboutian States


Currently the African Union is without an "arm" to perform its duties as the "Peacekeepers of Africa." The Red Shield, a peacekeeping organization formed by the Djiboutian States and internationally recognized, wishes to turn itself over to the AU to act as the Peacekeeping arm of the AU.

1. The African Union takes over the Red Shield, incorporating it to resolve conflicts in troubled areas of the region.

2. The Red Shield will continue to operate as it is today, funded by any and all nations of the AU with both able bodies and monetary funds. Thus relieving the already cash strapped Africa Union from handcuffing itself to resolve conflicts.

Security Council Resolution 44: African Union Unity
Date: 03 June 2005
Proposed by: Optimus Prime Minister, Djiboutian States


Since its inception the African Union has been a loose collection of states without much regard for the Union itself. Today I bring forth legislation that would help strengthen the Union by making it more difficult for nations to come and go at their leisure. The following points are presented to the Security council of the African Union.

1. African Union nations will place immediate trade embargo on nations having left the AU and those that have yet to join. There is to be no trade with these nations. New nations are given a sixty (60) day grace period to build relations free of penalty before the embargo is placed on them.

2. All African Union controlled trade routes are to be closed to non-AU traffic (think Suez, Persian, etc.). Again, new nations are allowed sixty (60) days to join free of penalty.

3. Nations that have left the AU are to have a fine levied upon them. This fine is to be paid in full prior to their re-entry into the union. This sum is to be decided by the Secretary General.

4. Nations violating this resolution (trading with non-AU nations, etc.) would be levied a fine in the amount of ten (10) times the value of the interaction.

Roll Call Votes:

AU Secretary General - (CSIP):--------------Approve
Northern Councilor 1 - (Yukodonia):---------Abstain
Northern Councilor 2 - (Borisgrad):---------Reject
Western Councilor 1 -- (United Faiths):-----Abstain
Western Councilor 2 -- (Phazania):----------Abstain
Eastern Councilor 1 -- (Akhtendum):---------Reject
Eastern Councilor 2 -- (Djiboutian States):-Reject
Southern Councilor 1 - (Kambali):-----------Abstain
Southern Councilor 2 - (South Africa):------Abstain
Total Votes: (1-3)

Roll Call Vote:

AU Secretary General - (CSIP):--------------Abstain
Northern Councilor 1 - (Yukodonia):---------Abstain
Northern Councilor 2 - (Borisgrad):---------Abstain
Western Councilor 1 -- (United Faiths):-----Abstain
Western Councilor 2 -- (Phazania):----------Abstain
Eastern Councilor 1 -- (Akhtendum):---------Approved
Eastern Councilor 2 -- (Djiboutian States):-Abstain
Southern Councilor 1 - (Kambali):-----------Abstain
Southern Councilor 2 - (South Africa):------Abstain
Total Votes: (1-0 In Favor)

Roll Call Vote:


AU Secretary General - (CSIP):--------------Approved
Northern Councilor 1 - (Yukodonia):---------Abstain
Northern Councilor 2 - (Borisgrad):---------Abstain
Western Councilor 1 -- (United Faiths):-----Abstain
Western Councilor 2 -- (Phazania):----------Abstain
Eastern Councilor 1 -- (Akhtendum):---------Approve
Eastern Councilor 2 -- (Djiboutian States):-Reject
Southern Councilor 1 - (Kambali):-----------Abstain
Southern Councilor 2 - (South Africa):------Abstain

Current Total Votes: (2-1)

Code:

Roll Call Vote:
AU Secretary General - (CSIP):--------------Cannot Vote
Northern Councilor 1 - (Anea):--------------Rejected
Northern Councilor 2 - (Borisgrad):---------Approved
Western Councilor 1 -- (United Faiths):-----Approved
Western Councilor 2 -- (Phazania):----------Abstain
Eastern Councilor 1 -- (Akhtendum):---------Cannot Vote
Eastern Councilor 2 -- (Djiboutian States):-Rejected
Southern Councilor 1 - (Kambali):-----------Abstain
Southern Councilor 2 - (South Africa):------Approved

Current Total Votes: (3-2 In Favor)

Roll Call Vote:

Secretary General: (CSIP): Approve
Northern Councilor (Yukodonia): Abstain
Northern Councilor (Borisgrad):Abstain
Western Councilor (United Faiths): Approve
Western Councilor (Phazania): Abstain
Eastern Councilor (Akhtendum): Abstain
Eastern Councilor (Djiboutian States): Approve
Southern Councilor (Kambali): Abstain
Southern Councilor (South Africa): Approve

Roll Call Vote

Secretary General: (CSIP): Approve
Northern Councilor (Yukodonia): Approve
Northern Councilor (Borisgrad): Approve
Western Councilor (United Faiths): Approve
Western Councilor (Phazania): Abstain
Eastern Councilor (Akhtendum): Approve
Eastern Councilor (Djiboutian States): Approve
Southern Councilor (Kambali): Abstain
Southern Councilor (South Africa): Approve