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Bill: Declaration of Peace
Submitted by[?]: Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: January 2124
|Lodamun hereby renounces any right or intention of pursuing wars of aggression, now or in the future. We shall not commit unilateral military aggression against other states, unless they have already committed a breach of peace. We shall never start a war. |
Nothing in this declaration shall be interpreted in any way to be a renunciation of our right to self-defence.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||04:24:52, October 09, 2005 CET||From||CNT/AFL||To||Debating the Declaration of Peace|
|Message||Yes. Change peace to Peace though. Title capitalization is funny. Funny strange not funny haha.|
|Date||18:10:06, October 10, 2005 CET||From|| Tuesday Is Coming||To||Debating the Declaration of Peace|
|Message||The biggest one is to define aggression. This could change the entire bill.|
We also need to clarify what sorts of aggression we will respond to. If a nation declares that it is going to invade us, do we attempt to bomb them en-route?
Things like that.
|Date||01:18:37, October 11, 2005 CET||From||Cooperative Commonwealth Federation||To||Debating the Declaration of Peace|
|Message||It's a general declaration of principle. We're prepared to leave such things to be judged at the time, as a matter of interpretation. This merely renounces any first-strike intentions.|
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|Date||01:32:26, October 11, 2005 CET||From|| Tuesday Is Coming||To||Debating the Declaration of Peace|
|Message||I would still like it clarified to have the force of law. Rather than a simple "general declaration of principle"|
|Random fact: Any RP law granting extraordinary "emergency powers" or dictator-like powers to a government must be passed by at least a 2/3rds majority, but may always be overturned by a simple majority vote of the legislature.|
|Random quote: "A son can bear with equanimity the loss of his father, but the loss of his inheritance may drive him to despair." -