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Post  New Tarajan on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:04 am

The Kingdom of New Tarajan wishes to submit to the Parliament the following bill for approval.
The Council has already approved it with a majority of 5 votes on 7.
Thank you.

WEAPONS-OF-MASS-DESTRUCTION REGULATION ACT

Authored by the Federal Aristocratic Kingdom of New Tarajan, in representation of the Empire of Tarajan and the Outer Territories

Section I.

Art. 1
The World Alliance, recognizing the highly-dangerous nature of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in every form, has decided to regulate the fabrication, possession and dismantlement of WMDs with this act.

Art. 2
To achieve this goal, as stated in Art. 1, is defined as Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD), any nuclear, radiological, biological, chemical or other weapon that can kill and bring significant harm to a large number of humans or cause great damage to man-made structures, natural structures (e.g. mountains), or the biosphere.

Section II.

Art. 3
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations must duly register their WMD arsenal (if any), or reveal its existence, or their intention to begin the fabrication of WMDs, to the World Alliance, with full respect of the existing legislation on the matter.

Art. 4
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations have the duty to keep or to dismantle their WMD arsenal following the highest standards of safety and traceability.

Section III.

Art. 5
The Court of Justice of the World Alliance (CoJ) is empowered with the authority to carry out any investigation it could believe to be necessary, about the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs.
In this case, the CoJ shall notify to the interested parties and to the Council the beginning of the investigation, specifying its nature and scope, according to the existing legislation. While under investigation, all related activities shall be stopped until the end of the investigation itself.
It is the duty of the CoJ to conclude the investigation in the less time possible.
In case the CoJ should identify a violation of existing legislation, it is empowered with the authority to immediately stop all related activities.
All interested parties could call for appeal against the verdict of the CoJ. This case shall be regulated under the existing rules for trials of the CoJ.

Art. 6
The World Alliance Department of Security & Justice (WASDJ) shall be empowered with the authority to execute the verdict of the CoJ, under authorization of the World Alliance Council.
In case the WASDJ is not able to carry out this mandate, the World Alliance Council shall empower the World Alliance Armed Forces (WAAF) with the same mandate.


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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:12 am

New Tarajan wrote:The Kingdom of New Tarajan wishes to submit to the Parliament the following bill for approval.
The Council has already approved it with a majority of 5 votes on 7.
Thank you.

WEAPONS-OF-MASS-DESTRUCTION REGULATION ACT

Authored by the Federal Aristocratic Kingdom of New Tarajan, in representation of the Empire of Tarajan and the Outer Territories

Section I.

Art. 1
The World Alliance, recognizing the highly-dangerous nature of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in every form, has decided to regulate the fabrication, possession and dismantlement of WMDs with this act.

Art. 2
To achieve this goal, as stated in Art. 1, is defined as Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD), any nuclear, radiological, biological, chemical or other weapon that can kill and bring significant harm to a large number of humans or cause great damage to man-made structures, natural structures (e.g. mountains), or the biosphere.

Section II.

Art. 3
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations must duly register their WMD arsenal (if any) or their intention to begin the fabrication of WMDs, to the World Alliance, with full respect of the existing legislation on the matter.

Art. 4
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations have the duty to keep or to dismantle their WMD arsenal following the highest standards of safety and traceability.

Section III.

Art. 5
The Court of Justice of the World Alliance (CoJ) is empowered with the authority to carry out any investigation it could believe to be necessary, about the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs.
In this case, the CoJ shall notify to the interested parties and to the Council the beginning of the investigation, specifying its nature and scope, according to the existing legislation. While under investigation, all related activities shall be stopped until the end of the investigation itself.
It is the duty of the CoJ to conclude the investigation in the less time possible.
In case the CoJ should identify a violation of existing legislation, it is empowered with the authority to immediately stop all related activities.
All interested parties could call for appeal against the verdict of the CoJ. This case shall be regulated under the existing rules for trials of the CoJ.

Art. 6
The World Alliance Department of Security & Justice (WASDJ) shall be empowered with the authority to execute the verdict of the CoJ, under authorization of the World Alliance Council.
In case the WASDJ is not able to carry out this mandate, the World Alliance Council shall empower the World Alliance Armed Forces (WAAF) with the same mandate.

Eurussia seeks clarification to the three highlighted proposed provisions as we are concerned and must be assured that every state's sovereignty will be respected.
* must duly register their WMD arsenal?
* duty to keep or dismantle their WMD arsenal?
* to carry out any investigation?
If these provisions cannot satisfy the protection of a state's sovereignty, we request their revision and/or amendement.
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Europe and Asia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:14 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:The Kingdom of New Tarajan wishes to submit to the Parliament the following bill for approval.
The Council has already approved it with a majority of 5 votes on 7.
Thank you.

WEAPONS-OF-MASS-DESTRUCTION REGULATION ACT

Authored by the Federal Aristocratic Kingdom of New Tarajan, in representation of the Empire of Tarajan and the Outer Territories

Section I.

Art. 1
The World Alliance, recognizing the highly-dangerous nature of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in every form, has decided to regulate the fabrication, possession and dismantlement of WMDs with this act.

Art. 2
To achieve this goal, as stated in Art. 1, is defined as Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD), any nuclear, radiological, biological, chemical or other weapon that can kill and bring significant harm to a large number of humans or cause great damage to man-made structures, natural structures (e.g. mountains), or the biosphere.

Section II.

Art. 3
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations must duly register their WMD arsenal (if any) or their intention to begin the fabrication of WMDs, to the World Alliance, with full respect of the existing legislation on the matter.

Art. 4
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations have the duty to keep or to dismantle their WMD arsenal following the highest standards of safety and traceability.

Section III.

Art. 5
The Court of Justice of the World Alliance (CoJ) is empowered with the authority to carry out any investigation it could believe to be necessary, about the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs.
In this case, the CoJ shall notify to the interested parties and to the Council the beginning of the investigation, specifying its nature and scope, according to the existing legislation. While under investigation, all related activities shall be stopped until the end of the investigation itself.
It is the duty of the CoJ to conclude the investigation in the less time possible.
In case the CoJ should identify a violation of existing legislation, it is empowered with the authority to immediately stop all related activities.
All interested parties could call for appeal against the verdict of the CoJ. This case shall be regulated under the existing rules for trials of the CoJ.

Art. 6
The World Alliance Department of Security & Justice (WASDJ) shall be empowered with the authority to execute the verdict of the CoJ, under authorization of the World Alliance Council.
In case the WASDJ is not able to carry out this mandate, the World Alliance Council shall empower the World Alliance Armed Forces (WAAF) with the same mandate.

Eurussia seeks clarification to the three highlighted proposed provisions as we are concerned and must be assured that every state's sovereignty will be respected.
* must duly register their WMD arsenal?
* duty to keep or dismantle their WMD arsenal?
* to carry out any investigation?
If these provisions cannot satisfy the protection of a state's sovereignty, we request their revision and/or amendement.


You just voted to pass it! And now you're questioning the law you passed not 24 hours ago?!
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:20 am

Spoiler:

Europe and Asia wrote:
Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:The Kingdom of New Tarajan wishes to submit to the Parliament the following bill for approval.
The Council has already approved it with a majority of 5 votes on 7.
Thank you.

WEAPONS-OF-MASS-DESTRUCTION REGULATION ACT

Authored by the Federal Aristocratic Kingdom of New Tarajan, in representation of the Empire of Tarajan and the Outer Territories

Section I.

Art. 1
The World Alliance, recognizing the highly-dangerous nature of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in every form, has decided to regulate the fabrication, possession and dismantlement of WMDs with this act.

Art. 2
To achieve this goal, as stated in Art. 1, is defined as Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD), any nuclear, radiological, biological, chemical or other weapon that can kill and bring significant harm to a large number of humans or cause great damage to man-made structures, natural structures (e.g. mountains), or the biosphere.

Section II.

Art. 3
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations must duly register their WMD arsenal (if any) or their intention to begin the fabrication of WMDs, to the World Alliance, with full respect of the existing legislation on the matter.

Art. 4
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations have the duty to keep or to dismantle their WMD arsenal following the highest standards of safety and traceability.

Section III.

Art. 5
The Court of Justice of the World Alliance (CoJ) is empowered with the authority to carry out any investigation it could believe to be necessary, about the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs.
In this case, the CoJ shall notify to the interested parties and to the Council the beginning of the investigation, specifying its nature and scope, according to the existing legislation. While under investigation, all related activities shall be stopped until the end of the investigation itself.
It is the duty of the CoJ to conclude the investigation in the less time possible.
In case the CoJ should identify a violation of existing legislation, it is empowered with the authority to immediately stop all related activities.
All interested parties could call for appeal against the verdict of the CoJ. This case shall be regulated under the existing rules for trials of the CoJ.

Art. 6
The World Alliance Department of Security & Justice (WASDJ) shall be empowered with the authority to execute the verdict of the CoJ, under authorization of the World Alliance Council.
In case the WASDJ is not able to carry out this mandate, the World Alliance Council shall empower the World Alliance Armed Forces (WAAF) with the same mandate.

Eurussia seeks clarification to the three highlighted proposed provisions as we are concerned and must be assured that every state's sovereignty will be respected.
* must duly register their WMD arsenal?
* duty to keep or dismantle their WMD arsenal?
* to carry out any investigation?
If these provisions cannot satisfy the protection of a state's sovereignty, we request their revision and/or amendement.


You just voted to pass it! And now you're questioning the law you passed not 24 hours ago?!

Eurussia has given less attention to the details of the bill when it was still in the Council in the spirit of solidarity. Is there any issue if Eurussia seeks for clarification and or revisions when it is here duly debated in Parliament?
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Europe and Asia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:22 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
Spoiler:

Europe and Asia wrote:
Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:The Kingdom of New Tarajan wishes to submit to the Parliament the following bill for approval.
The Council has already approved it with a majority of 5 votes on 7.
Thank you.

WEAPONS-OF-MASS-DESTRUCTION REGULATION ACT

Authored by the Federal Aristocratic Kingdom of New Tarajan, in representation of the Empire of Tarajan and the Outer Territories

Section I.

Art. 1
The World Alliance, recognizing the highly-dangerous nature of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in every form, has decided to regulate the fabrication, possession and dismantlement of WMDs with this act.

Art. 2
To achieve this goal, as stated in Art. 1, is defined as Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD), any nuclear, radiological, biological, chemical or other weapon that can kill and bring significant harm to a large number of humans or cause great damage to man-made structures, natural structures (e.g. mountains), or the biosphere.

Section II.

Art. 3
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations must duly register their WMD arsenal (if any) or their intention to begin the fabrication of WMDs, to the World Alliance, with full respect of the existing legislation on the matter.

Art. 4
All political entities, states, institutions and organizations have the duty to keep or to dismantle their WMD arsenal following the highest standards of safety and traceability.

Section III.

Art. 5
The Court of Justice of the World Alliance (CoJ) is empowered with the authority to carry out any investigation it could believe to be necessary, about the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs.
In this case, the CoJ shall notify to the interested parties and to the Council the beginning of the investigation, specifying its nature and scope, according to the existing legislation. While under investigation, all related activities shall be stopped until the end of the investigation itself.
It is the duty of the CoJ to conclude the investigation in the less time possible.
In case the CoJ should identify a violation of existing legislation, it is empowered with the authority to immediately stop all related activities.
All interested parties could call for appeal against the verdict of the CoJ. This case shall be regulated under the existing rules for trials of the CoJ.

Art. 6
The World Alliance Department of Security & Justice (WASDJ) shall be empowered with the authority to execute the verdict of the CoJ, under authorization of the World Alliance Council.
In case the WASDJ is not able to carry out this mandate, the World Alliance Council shall empower the World Alliance Armed Forces (WAAF) with the same mandate.

Eurussia seeks clarification to the three highlighted proposed provisions as we are concerned and must be assured that every state's sovereignty will be respected.
* must duly register their WMD arsenal?
* duty to keep or dismantle their WMD arsenal?
* to carry out any investigation?
If these provisions cannot satisfy the protection of a state's sovereignty, we request their revision and/or amendement.


You just voted to pass it! And now you're questioning the law you passed not 24 hours ago?!

Eurussia has given less attention to the details of the bill when it was still in the Council in the spirit of solidarity. Is there any issue if Eurussia seeks for clarification and or revisions when it is here duly debated in Parliament?

No, there is no issue. I am just questioning why you're bringing this up now instead of in council, where you seemingly brought up everything else.
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  New Tarajan on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:30 am

Although the Speaker has not yet declared the beginning of the debate period, I wish to answer now, once and for all, I wish, to the questions brought by Eurussia. Even if, first of all, I wish to express my deepest disappointment for such a behavior.

By the way, let's begin:

1) must duly register: I believe it's quiet obvious. Any State possessing a WMD arsenal shall register it in an apposite thread which will be created in the Registry Section.

2) the duty to keep or to dismantle their WMD arsenal: honestly, I don't understand the nature of the question. I can only say that it refers to the free choice of every country to keep its own arsenal or to dismantle it at its will, but following the highest standards of safety and traceability, as stated in the bill.

3) to carry out any investigation: I believe this point is very clear, too. The CoJ can check if a country, during the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs, is respecting the provisions of this law.
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:36 am

New Tarajan wrote:
1) must duly register: I believe it's quiet obvious. Any State possessing a WMD arsenal shall register it in an apposite thread which will be created in the Registry Section.

This is a matter of national security for almost all nations on the planet or to be specific, any single state would not reveal anything, as much as possible, with relations to national defense and detriment to national security. How about that?

3) to carry out any investigation: I believe this point is very clear, too. The CoJ can check if a country, during the fabrication, testing process, possession, use and dismantlement of WMDs, is respecting the provisions of this law.

How shall this be implemented? As clearly stipulated on the proposed bill?
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  New Tarajan on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:40 am

First point: yes, it's a matter of national security, much like holding a chemical or biological arsenal, but this didn't stop the WA from taking action against them, If I remember well. This has been made also in order to help RP (through a clear definition of who's holding WMDs and who's not).

Second point: it's up to the Court to decide about it. If the Judiciary Investigation Act will be approved, then it will apply, obviously, also to this case.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:44 am

New Tarajan wrote:First point: yes, it's a matter of national security, much like holding a chemical or biological arsenal, but this didn't stop the WA from taking action against them, If I remember well. This has been made also in order to help RP (through a clear definition of who's holding WMDs and who's not).

Second point: it's up to the Court to decide about it. If the Judiciary Investigation Act will be approved, then it will apply, obviously, also to this case.

On the first point, Eurussia suggests that it must be 'optional' to protect a state's sovereignty and respect its national security. Since in anyway, the Court can always initiate an investigation if it finds any violation of the law during its effectivity. Right?
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Federation of Antanares on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:46 am

We are now in an official debating period, which will end at 0:00 (GMT) on the 13th of April. After which, a three day voting period will begin, and will end at 0:00 (GMT) on the 16th of the same month.
I invite everyone to not express every vote before the start of the voting period, thanks.
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Re: (Passed) WMD Regulation Act

Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:52 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:First point: yes, it's a matter of national security, much like holding a chemical or biological arsenal, but this didn't stop the WA from taking action against them, If I remember well. This has been made also in order to help RP (through a clear definition of who's holding WMDs and who's not).

Second point: it's up to the Court to decide about it. If the Judiciary Investigation Act will be approved, then it will apply, obviously, also to this case.

On the first point, Eurussia suggests that it must be 'optional' to protect a state's sovereignty and respect its national security. Since in anyway, the Court can always initiate an investigation if it finds any violation of the law during its effectivity. Right?

Debating here!
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Post  New Tarajan on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:52 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:First point: yes, it's a matter of national security, much like holding a chemical or biological arsenal, but this didn't stop the WA from taking action against them, If I remember well. This has been made also in order to help RP (through a clear definition of who's holding WMDs and who's not).

Second point: it's up to the Court to decide about it. If the Judiciary Investigation Act will be approved, then it will apply, obviously, also to this case.

On the first point, Eurussia suggests that it must be 'optional' to protect a state's sovereignty and respect its national security. Since in anyway, the Court can always initiate an investigation if it finds any violation of the law during its effectivity. Right?

Right. But, if countries keep the existence of their arsenal secret, I don't see how the Court could investigate (for example, on the Chemical & Biological Weapons Ban Act).
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Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:01 am

New Tarajan wrote:
Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:First point: yes, it's a matter of national security, much like holding a chemical or biological arsenal, but this didn't stop the WA from taking action against them, If I remember well. This has been made also in order to help RP (through a clear definition of who's holding WMDs and who's not).

Second point: it's up to the Court to decide about it. If the Judiciary Investigation Act will be approved, then it will apply, obviously, also to this case.

On the first point, Eurussia suggests that it must be 'optional' to protect a state's sovereignty and respect its national security. Since in anyway, the Court can always initiate an investigation if it finds any violation of the law during its effectivity. Right?

Right. But, if countries keep the existence of their arsenal secret, I don't see how the Court could investigate (for example, on the Chemical & Biological Weapons Ban Act).

That is precisely the principle behind the Nuclear Test Ban Act and the Chemical & Biological Weapons Ban Act. They do not infringe a state's sovereignty, but since these weapons or procedures are already banned, if a state uses them, then these laws can be invoked.
That is precisely the same principle we are working out with the proposed bill so as not to antagonize hard liner countries and will not result in limbo in a legal challenge if the bill passes.
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Post  New Tarajan on Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:04 am

Yes, but the Chemical & Biological Weapons Ban Act explicitly ask to every country to dismantle their own arsenals. And this is a clear violation of national sovereignty, in theory; also the Nuclear Test Ban could be seen the same way.
This bill simply ask, for the good sake of RP and for helping the eventual job of the CoJ, to register the arsenals.
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Post  Europe and Asia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:09 am

We're not asking you to say "I have 2,000,000 gigaton weapons," we're asking you to say "Yes, I have WMD's." Essentially, we want to know if you have them, not how many or how powerful.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:20 am

Europe and Asia wrote:We're not asking you to say "I have 2,000,000 gigaton weapons," we're asking you to say "Yes, I have WMD's." Essentially, we want to know if you have them, not how many or how powerful.

But this is not how the bill is written.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:21 am

New Tarajan wrote:Yes, but the Chemical & Biological Weapons Ban Act explicitly ask to every country to dismantle their own arsenals. And this is a clear violation of national sovereignty, in theory; also the Nuclear Test Ban could be seen the same way.
This bill simply ask, for the good sake of RP and for helping the eventual job of the CoJ, to register the arsenals.

It means revealing the number of WMDs?
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Post  New Tarajan on Fri Apr 11, 2014 2:40 am

It means that every country will be free to reveal what it wants to reveal.
The important thing, as Eurasia says, it to say if you have them or not. I suppose a peaceloving country could choose without problems also to reveal more.
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Post  Ireland on Fri Apr 11, 2014 5:40 am

So with this we would have to get rid of our Nuclear Arsenal or just reveal it. I dont like to give up my Nuclear Arsenal but I will reveal it.
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Post  Europe and Asia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 6:48 am

You'd reveal it.
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Post  Ireland on Fri Apr 11, 2014 6:59 am

Europe and Asia wrote:You'd reveal it.
ah ok I support this bill then.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:36 am

New Tarajan wrote:It means that every country will be free to reveal what it wants to reveal.
The important thing, as Eurasia says, it to say if you have them or not. I suppose a peaceloving country could choose without problems also to reveal more.

On that note, Eurussia suggests that such freedom to reveal a state's WMD arsenal shall be clearly stipulated on Article 3. This is our final concern with the bill.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Sat Apr 12, 2014 8:08 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
New Tarajan wrote:It means that every country will be free to reveal what it wants to reveal.
The important thing, as Eurasia says, it to say if you have them or not. I suppose a peaceloving country could choose without problems also to reveal more.

On that note, Eurussia suggests that such freedom to reveal a state's WMD arsenal shall be clearly stipulated on Article 3. This is our final concern with the bill.

Are the amendments done?
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Post  New Tarajan on Sat Apr 12, 2014 5:50 pm

Yes.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Sat Apr 12, 2014 6:21 pm

New Tarajan wrote:Yes.

I think not yet with regards to Article 3. As we have raised recently, that this provision,

All political entities, states, institutions and organizations must duly register their WMD arsenal (if any)...


Will be replaced by,

All political entities, states, institutions and organizations are encouraged to register their WMD arsenal (if any)...

This is our final amendement. After which, Eurussia will respectfully submit itself to the support of the bill.
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