TOA (Terran Olympic Association)
This treaty was drafted in December 2180 by the Primary Party.
|Olympic games are to be held every 20 years to allow time for getting prepared|
All countries are welcome to compete as long as this treaty is ratified
Each nation has an equal vote on who can host the next olympics, a majority takes it
Meeting shall occur in the nation hosting the event
There shall be a summer olympics and winter olympics held 10 years apart (thus each every 20 years)
Votes to decide next host country shall be done at least 20 years before next event
(Time is 20 years to allow everyone to vote on location and for getting prepared)
A city that wishes to host must present a presentation to the association, which members then take a vote on. The make up of this presentation would be the choice of the bidding cities team.
The vote takes place 25 years before the oylmpiad, with voting deadline the year of the next olympiad, thus 5 years to vote. The winner will then be announced at the beginning of that olympiad.
City bids deadline=15 years after last olympics
Voting=15-20 years after last olympics (5 years to vote)
In the event of a draw for the last 2 cities, Head of organisation would have vote
This vote will be done on this forum, as well as other key information
The treaty consists of the following articles.
The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.
The treaty contains no articles that can be verified.
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