Bill: Treaty Withdrawal Act
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: December 4350
|**THIS IS NOT POLITICAL: THIS IS MERE ME DEDICATING MY TIME TO CLEAR UP OLD, IRRELEVANT TREATIES**|
Whereas we currently are a part of many useless treaties.
Withdrawal from the Treaty of Good-Neighborliness...: All the nations in the title did not even ratify it.
Withdrawal from the Treaty for Establishment...: This treaty has been surpassed by other treaties.
Withdrawal from the Terran Supercup...: This treaty is null and means nothing anymore.
Withdrawal from the League of Nations Pact: This treaty has been surpassed by other treaties, and only has two ratifiers.
Withdrawal from the TINT: This news organization is pretty much defunct now.
Withdrawal from the Luthori Treaty: They left it, we are only ratifier.
Withdrawal from NARCA: They left it, we are only ratifier.
Withdrawal from the International Terran Bank: THIS WAS REDONE AND WE ARE APART OF THE NEWER ONE!
Withdraw from the Treaty for Establishment of Council for Peace and Security in Artania.
Withdraw from the The Terran Supercup of Regions.
Withdraw from the The League Of Nations Pact.
Withdraw from the Terran Independent News Treaty (T.I.N.T).
Withdraw from the Rutania - Luthori Security and Prosperity Treaty.
Withdraw from the North Artania Rail Corridor Agreement (NARCA) ---Rutania and Aloria-----.
Withdraw from the International Terran Bank.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||19:06:01, February 17, 2018 CET||From||Liberal Party||To||Debating the Treaty Withdrawal Act|
|Message||I hope we can be unanimous with this; this is purely getting rid of old treaties that don't apply anymore.|
|Date||23:55:53, February 17, 2018 CET||From||United Democratic Party of Rutania||To||Debating the Treaty Withdrawal Act|
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