Bill: Appel of the Government: Change of the Seat C to the Security Council
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: February 4150
Given the withdrawn of the support of Kalistan to us to the seat B of the Security Council, given the ambigous behavior of Kalistan in the recent debate in the security council, given its accusation to us to have forget the mission to defend the human rights, a mission that shall always consider also the real politics situation and that cannot follow blind only the principles, given our consideration, that consider the recent behavior of Kalistan as a way to diverge the attention from the illegal attempt of Aldegar against the sovereignty of Baltusia (accused to be a criminal state as well as Beiteynu when they acted to expel all the aldegarian citizens from its nation, push from the fear of a conspiracy, a conspiracy confirmed by a political forces in Aldegar, but I would like also make note that Baltusia very soon reppealed the expulsion order),
The Government invite the Parliament to change its vote to the Seat C of the Security Council in favor of Baltusia itself. Baltusia is a poor and weak nation, that made errors, it is true, but caused by its international inesperience and by its long time isolationism. We are sure that with strong friends, a less power nation could bring new air to the security council but especially, could bring out from the SC strange interest and second objective that could interested the great power, and Kalistan in these last times are showing ambigous behavior that made suspect us that it could have hidden interests.
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