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Aleister

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Aleister last won the day on March 10 2018

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  • Birthday 11/27/1993

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  1. I am changing my nation from Aleister Renari to Aleister!
  2. I, Aleister Renari, 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, or any laws made pursuant to it.
  3. Liberate The Communal Confederacy was passed 17,039 votes to 2,330.
  4. "Protecting Freshwater from Manufacturing Bill" was defeated 11,215 votes to 8,341.
  5. "Liberate Westphalia" was defeated 10,201 votes to 9,441.
  6. I am not really a fan of a few aspects of this resolution. I don't think it is appropriate for the World Assembly to instate a limit on a nation's water consumption, which is a direct result of this bill. It also seems to have the sole purpose of raising funds through fines on nations that exceed that limit. They then intend to use those funds to "aid nations with reparations and clean-up in the event of an environmental disaster", a process that is ambiguous enough to allow the Panel to allocate the funds to nations they want to help when they see fit. I advise that you vote AGAINST this resolution.
  7. Protection of Biomedical Research was passed 15,041 votes to 4,595.
  8. I can't say I am personally a fan of the author of this one, as he's shown himself to be quite the buffoon in many aspects (allowed went to Nazis for help regarding his region and was scammed), but he has quieted down these days it seems. Regardless, I don't really see any reason to vote Against. Passing the resolution undermines a fascist region's occupation. I advise we vote FOR.
  9. This resolution went to vote at minor today and the vote is already looking favorable. Given that our region was a major facet of support in the occupation of Westphalia, it is an obvious Against vote for any member of The West Pacific that values our armed forces.
  10. After a nice victory on the repeal, the clearly salty author and their supporters have already pushed a new version of the resolution to reach quorum and will be at vote soon. I think it's important that we hold our ground as a region and vote Against this legislation. I am not particularly fond of the World Assembly inhibiting a nation's ability to apply restrictions on things in general, but especially when it is regarding something as sensitive as biomedical research. Reference the following: "That Member-States place no restrictions on biomedical research beyond those that are necessary to ensure that research efforts meet ethical and scientific standards," This clause alone strips away our nations' sovereign rights to administer and regulate this research in our own countries. Even if this resolution were to pass, I'm not sure how they will be able to gauge "ethical and scientific standards" from one nation to the next without explicitly referencing other passed resolutions that dictate these standards. I think we can all see a potentially glaring problem with the World Assembly attempting to enforce a specific code of ethics for all nations to adhere to.
  11. After a wonderfully exciting few days of a close vote, we came out on top and the repeal was passed 10,293 votes to 9,288.
  12. This one is pretty much a no-brainer. I am a fan of most repeals of senseless legislation, which the GA regularly pumps out, and this one also makes a good case for it as a bonus. I would implore everyone to vote For this resolution once it is at vote.
  13. I think he's suggesting that you could make an effort to participate in the HoN and the discussions and such that happen there as well! I mean, that's really the only benefit, besides voting, of applying to be in the HoN in the first place.
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