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  3. Citizenship applications are on hold until after the elections.
  4. I, Yuropan, swear that I have, to the best of my knowledge, been completely truthful in applying for citizenship in The West Pacific and that I have no other NationStates identity that has not been made known in this application. I swear my allegiance to The West Pacific and its citizens, and I swear not to engage in hostilities against The West Pacific or to violate The Manners of Governance, the constitution of The West Pacific, or any laws made pursuant to that constitution.
  5. Citizenship applications are on hold until after the elections.
  6. I, Southern Tigand, swear that I have, to the best of my knowledge, been completely truthful in applying for citizenship in The West Pacific and that I have no other NationStates identity that has not been made known in this application. I swear my allegiance to The West Pacific and its citizens, and I swear not to engage in hostilities against The West Pacific or to violate The Manners of Governance, the constitution of The West Pacific, or any laws made pursuant to that constitution
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  8. I, Tarshka Ven Gora, swear that I have, to the best of my knowledge, been completely truthful in applying for citizenship in The West Pacific and that I have no other NationStates identity that has not been made known in this application. I swear my allegiance to The West Pacific and its citizens, and I swear not to engage in hostilities against The West Pacific or to violate The Manners of Governance, the constitution of The West Pacific, or any laws made pursuant to that constitution. Quote
  9. Citizenship applications are on hold until after elections.
  10. Best wishes in your exciting new position! You have been a very valuable contributor to TWP ... thank you so much! When your real life allows, we will be very happy to see you again!
  11. As all the world leaders are secretly TWP bots doing our bidding ... yes!
  12. I will be leaving tomorrow for a two week orientation for my new position working with an NGO in East Africa, and then moving there at the end of the month to train, learn the language, and begin work. I'm very excited for this, but also probably won't be on NS much until I settle down again. Even then, since I don't really have a concrete picture of what my internet access or my schedule will be like, I might not have quite as much time for the game, but we'll see.
  13. *sneezes* Bah, there's already too much glitter. Are we there yet?
  14. More than a year later and there is still a shortage of glitter.
  15. I, The United Tribes of Bantai, swear that I have, to the best of my knowledge, been completely truthful in applying for citizenship in The West Pacific and that I have no other NationStates identity that has not been made known in this application. I swear my allegiance to The West Pacific and its citizens, and I swear not to engage in hostilities against The West Pacific or to violate The Manners of Governance, the constitution of The West Pacific, or any laws made pursuant to that constitution.
  16. Hey guys, we have a new proposal in the General Assembly chamber. My recommendation for this proposal is AGAINST because this proposal provided conflicting operative clauses, used rather more broad terms to construct its definitions, and created several practicality issues. On the conflicting operative clauses, I can cite that the clause 1, section b conflicts with clause 1, section d, subsection iii because while the clause 1, section d, subsection iii allowed law enforcement to be exempted from the crime of "molestation of a grave" when exhuming a body for an autopsy or investigation, clause 1, section b hinders the law enforcement from actually performing an autopsy as that section defines that any unnecessary damage to the body is considered as "mutilation" without any exceptions. This breeds confusion as to whether or not does law enforcement have the right to do an autopsy on the body without being criminally charged. Then another clause that conflicts with clause 1, section b is the clause 4, section b as the latter clause is allowing nations to legislate freely on the usage of organs and tissues of the deceased, yet the deceased body is still protected under the mutilation clause from such extraction with its rather umbrella definition. Therefore, the main problem of this proposal is that it is far too broad with its definitive clauses, with examples can be seen in clauses 1 and 5, causing difficulties in how future proposals should be written regarding this matter as this current proposal would have caused conflicts in its interpretations. Finally, on the practicality issues, I find that this proposal creates many, as the deceased cannot be moved or touched by anyone from law enforcement to even family members for any purpose without proper explicit permission beforehand from the deceased prior to their death. Such permission laws would place practically any criminal investigation involving a death of a person into jeopardy as they can't assess the bodies involved for evidence, losing key pieces of evidence, and families would not be able to move the deceased without going through more bureaucracy to prove that this is the deceased wishes. Furthermore, I find that these umbrella definitions do not have any exceptions for ancient burial sites or any sites of archeological significance for that matter, which would make archeologists having to go through bureaucratic channels to be able to grant their own exemption from these laws and that will delay such operations. In conclusion, I find that this resolution is riddled with many errors that should have been solved during the drafting stages and, therefore, I will fully support the defeat of this proposal. As always, feel free to debate below and voice your opinions!
  17. Please mask @Clarkov as a citizen. Thank you!
  18. @Clarkov, your citizenship is approved. Welcome to full participation in The West (Best) Pacific!
  19. I, The United Kingdom of Hertfordshire and Jammbo, swear that I have, to the best of my knowledge, been completely truthful in applying for citizenship in The West Pacific and that I have no other NationStates identity that has not been made known in this application. I swear my allegiance to The West Pacific and its citizens, and I swear not to engage in hostilities against The West Pacific or to violate The Manners of Governance, the constitution of The West Pacific, or any laws made pursuant to that constitution.
  20. Hey guys, we have a new proposal in the Security Council chamber, and this resolution seem to be a mix of RP and actual regional activity. My recommendation for it is AGAINST as the proposal is condemning a Senior Moderator through an RP situation mixed with several statements of on his activity in Osiris that has not been fully supported by evidence. The ramifications of condemning such a high-ranking member of the game with such minor transgressions compared to his office would be damning on all moderators as their actions as a player would then have to be treated with a fine comb to see if these actions are condemnable. As always feel free to debate and voice your opinions down below!
  21. Hey guys, we have a new proposal in the General Assembly chamber. My recommendation for this proposal is NEUTRAL as I personally believe that the proposal is great at providing statures that would have prevent wars that could possibly occur for reasons other than for fighting the good fight for human rights, terrorism, and self-defense. However, this legislation is very restrictive in the fact that nations cannot pull away from international agreements that they may have agreed with their opponents prior, and nations must engage in diplomatic solutions before going to war, which could be redundant because there are situations where immediate war is the best solution to the problem. Therefore, in my opinion, this resolution that has equal amount of pros and cons, which is why I issue this recommendation as Neutral. As always feel free to debate and voice your opinions below!
  22. I gave the Ambassador Mask, though I don't think it is intended for our Foreign Affairs Department. But no matter, the citizen mask covers it, I think. Let me know if it does not work as needed.
  23. NationStates Nation Name: Allarosa Discord User Name: Your Local Timezone: GMT+1 Regions You Have Active Nations In: Any Diplomatic Experience: Not really
  24. Please mask @GustavovWhately as an Ambassador. Thank you!
  25. Accepted. Discord and forum masking will be applied as soon as we can get to it.
  26. Please mask @GustavovWhately as a citizen. Thank you!
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