Bill: Further Treaty Withdrawal
Votes: This bill proposes the withdrawal from a treaty. It will require half of the legislature to vote in favor[?]. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: March 3681
|The Rightful Radical Party decides that time has come to reconsider other treaties, i.e. that do not violate national interests, as the ones that we have previously withdrawn Telamon from. Telamon feels that treaties present a burden on national law in general, and we are currently not aware of the exact environment and occasion in which the previous government drafted the treaties. Therefore, we withdraw from the rest of the treaties. We will gladly accept international invitations sent to the Foreign Affairs Minister to ratify treaties.|
Withdraw from the Keymon Free Trade Agreement.
Withdraw from the The Law of the Sea.
Withdraw from the International Free Trade Agreement.
Withdraw from the Declaration of Human Rights.
Withdraw from the Terra Baseball Classic (TBC).
Withdraw from the TOA (Terran Olympic Association).
Withdraw from the TerraVision Song Contest.
Withdraw from the Telamon-Beitenyu Treaty of Friendship.
Withdraw from the Dorvish Embassy Diplomatic Relations Treaty.
Withdraw from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Withdraw from the Telamon-Dorvik Treaty of Friendship- 3400.
Withdraw from the Kazulia - Telamon Friendship Treaty 3402.
Withdraw from the International Association of Organ Donation (IAOD).
Withdraw from the Majatra Anti-Slavery Accord.
Withdraw from the The treaty of democratic nations.
Withdraw from the Treaty of Gongmangdo.
Withdraw from the International Chess Association (ICA).
Withdraw from the The Terran FIFA World Cup (TWC).
Withdraw from the Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons.
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