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Post  Kingdom of Scottlands on Sun Jul 12, 2015 1:58 pm

THE INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES TRIBUNAL OF WORLD ALLIANCE
Written by: Scottish Government

Article 1 states that all nation should discuss their dispute and not resort to war or intimidation or provocation. If they can, they must negotiate with the help of a mediatior party.

Article 2 states that if all nation in dispute whatever the dispute is fails to agree to anything that is acceptable to both parties, all nation in dispute can bring the dispute to the International Disputes Tribunal.

Article 3 states that the IDT must be fair at all times and hear both sides to be fair and equal. Any nation in dispute can ask for help of IDT to resolve the dispute.

Article 4 states that the IDT must have 3 judges named by President of World Alliance that has credibility and integrity. The judges will serve for 5 months and can be named again as judge if the President wants.

Article 5 All disputes resolved by IDT will be binding and enforceable to all nations in dispute because of the peace and fairness all aspires.
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Post  Trinity Sector on Sun Jul 12, 2015 7:13 pm

The Proposal is up for discussion for a total of 5 (five) days.
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Corralejo on Sun Jul 12, 2015 10:52 pm

Corralejo thinks this will restrict the freedom states will have to discuss and resolve disputes themselves. We would not like to be forced to solve our disputes through an IDT when we can solve our problems ourselves. We do see the added value of such a tribunal but only on a voluntarily basis. Also, we doubt the independency of the tribunal (Article 4). We would rather see a different selection method when it comes to appointing judges, for example one judge from each nation taking part in the tribunal. In its current form, Corralejo does not support this proposal.
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Kingdom of Scottlands on Mon Jul 13, 2015 11:48 pm

Corralejo wrote:Corralejo thinks this will restrict the freedom states will have to discuss and resolve disputes themselves. We would not like to be forced to solve our disputes through an IDT when we can solve our problems ourselves. We do see the added value of such a tribunal but only on a voluntarily basis. Also, we doubt the independency of the tribunal (Article 4). We would rather see a different selection method when it comes to appointing judges, for example one judge from each nation taking part in the tribunal. In its current form, Corralejo does not support this proposal.

Many laws in the region are restricting freedom of nations. But who doesn't want a law that is good for all? If you have problem with selection of judge, what is your proposal?
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Post  I.S.I.S on Tue Jul 14, 2015 5:05 pm

ISIS is in favor.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:16 am

Kingdom of Scottlands wrote:THE INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES TRIBUNAL OF WORLD ALLIANCE
Written by: Scottish Government

Article 1 states that all nation should discuss their dispute and not resort to war or intimidation or provocation. If they can, they must negotiate with the help of a mediatior party.

Article 2 states that if all nation in dispute whatever the dispute is fails to agree to anything that is acceptable to both parties, all nation in dispute can bring the dispute to the International Disputes Tribunal.

Article 3 states that the IDT must be fair at all times and hear both sides to be fair and equal. Any nation in dispute can ask for help of IDT to resolve the dispute.

Article 4 states that the IDT must have 3 judges named by President of World Alliance that has credibility and integrity. The judges will serve for 5 months and can be named again as judge if the President wants.

Article 5 All disputes resolved by IDT will be binding and enforceable to all nations in dispute because of the peace and fairness all aspires.


Eurussia commends the objective of the proposal but we oppose the principles of its execution. We believe that the proposal blatantly violates and disregards the sovereignty of every single nation in the world.
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Kingdom of Scottlands on Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:28 pm

This is the law that is fair for all. Yes this could force nation to resolve dispute but for peace in the region this is advisable.
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Post  Trinity Sector on Thu Jul 16, 2015 1:54 am

Corralejo wrote:Corralejo thinks this will restrict the freedom states will have to discuss and resolve disputes themselves. We would not like to be forced to solve our disputes through an IDT when we can solve our problems ourselves. We do see the added value of such a tribunal but only on a voluntarily basis. Also, we doubt the independency of the tribunal (Article 4). We would rather see a different selection method when it comes to appointing judges, for example one judge from each nation taking part in the tribunal. In its current form, Corralejo does not support this proposal.

The Sectarian Government seconds The Corralejo's Government. The ability given to the President to choose a "fair and unbiased" judge will be more of just being which the President's choice share the same ideals with him, to use the use of alliances and recent Political Parties formations as a example to back my statement. Wouldn't it be better if The Founder, would choose the three judges, due to his long reputation as being a neutral power in recent and past history?
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Post  Trinity Sector on Sat Jul 18, 2015 3:07 am

The voting Process shall begin. It shall end within 5 Days prior to now.
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Post  Snarfian Federation on Sat Jul 18, 2015 4:46 am

Snarfia is against this. Because of Eurussia statement.
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Corralejo on Sun Jul 19, 2015 4:31 am

Corralejo votes against because of previously mentioned statements.
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Post  England and Wales on Sun Jul 19, 2015 4:46 pm

Omega Atlantica is against this.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Sun Jul 19, 2015 8:13 pm

Eurussia is against.
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Kingdom of Scottlands on Tue Jul 21, 2015 10:03 am

FOR. WE SHOULD SUPPORT THE LAW TO FIGHT IMPERIALISM OF BIGGER NATIONS VERSUS SMALL COUNTRIES. WE SHOULD STAND TOGETHER UNDER THIS LAW SO WE COULD ALL BE PROTECTED. VOTE IN FAVOR!!
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Trinity Sector on Tue Jul 21, 2015 9:11 pm

OOC: final count of the votes will be 4:00 PM EST

The author failed to compromise and/or convinced the elected seats, including The Sectarian Government, into understanding the purpose of their proposal, even provoking an elected seat who wanted to know a better explaination of a certain section of the proposal. But beyond that, Trinity Sector abstains.
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Serenarea on Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:11 am

Serenarea abstains
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Re: (Dismissed) International Disputes Tribunal

Post  Trinity Sector on Thu Jul 23, 2015 2:52 am

2 abstains

2 Favors

4 Not in Favor


This proposal has been officially dismissed.
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