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Treaty of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization

This treaty was drafted in February 3706 by the Soziale Nationalistische Partei.

Status: ratification[?]


Treaty of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization

We, the signers of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization, hereby create this organization to better peace and prosperity throughout the world. The signers hereby agree in principle to protect the interest of people throughout the world through diplomatic efforts and when all else fails, other options. The signers agree in principle that through mutual cooperation and security cooperation that we as a human race may be able to live in peace and prosperity through cooperation.

Article A – The Secretary-General
Section I – The Secretary-General is the elected head of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization.
Section II – The Secretary-General is responsible for the overall direction of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization. The Secretary-General is rotated every four years between member states, the Secretary-General can be dismissed by a motion of 2/3 of the members of the Permanent Council.
Section III – The rotation for Secretary-General starts when there are 10 member nations within the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization until then the members of the Permanent Council elect a Secretary-General.

Article B – The Secretariat
Section I – The Secretariat is responsible for the administration of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization. The Secretariat is headed by the Chair of the Secretariat, who doubles as the Secretary-General of the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization.
Section II – The Chair of the Secretariat has the authority to create and disband departments as they see fit, the Chair is responsible for appointing all officials within the Secretariat. The three founding permanent representatives are automatically granted the positions of the three largest departments within the Secretariat.

Article C – The Permanent Council
Section I – The Permanent Council is the assembly of Permanent Representatives from all member states where they can come and discuss issues, concerns, problems, solutions and other items relating to the state of their country, their people, the world or anything related to such items. The Permanent Council has one Permanent Representative from each member state.
Section II – The Permanent Council is headed by the Chair of the Permanent Council which is rotated on a two-year basis among member states. The Permanent Chair is responsible for the opening and closing of Permanent Council sessions as well as the general conduct of the chamber.
Section III – The Permanent Council, in conjunction with the Secretariat may create departments within the Secretariat to oversee duties, programs and the like. The Permanent Council may also dismiss the Chair of the Permanent Council with a 2/3 vote of the entire Permanent Council.
Section IV – The Permanent Council can pass resolutions which member states are not bound to abide by.

Article D – The Security Council
Section I – The Security Council is the assembly of Permanent Representatives from the 3 founding members states and two other rotating member states within the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization.
Section II – The Security Council is made up of the 3 founding, permanent member states, Dorvik, Gaduridos and Indrala and two rotating non-permanent member states. The two non-permanent member states are chosen at random.
Section III – The Security Council has the authority to pass Security Council Resolutions which are binding to the member states, these resolutions can be brought forward by any member of the Security Council but can be vetoed by any permanent member of the Security Council.


The treaty consists of the following articles.


The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.

Gweriniaeth Ddemocrataidd AloriaJuly 4283
Esinsundu Empire, TalmoriaMarch 4190
República de EgelionApril 4080
Federal Republic of LikatoniaAugust 4029
Prtastaték Rekvakns Brmestán (Federal Republic of Barmenistan)February 3968
Republik Dorvik (Republic of Dorvik)January 3930
Jakan Cumhuriyeti (Jakania)September 3906
Republic of CildaniaNovember 3876
Wrnukaék Konzknstat (Vanuku)November 3864
Republic of BeluziaMarch 3844
Commonwealth of RutaniaMay 3811
State of HobraziaMay 3805
República Democrática do TukaraliJanuary 3749
Respubliko de ZardugaloJune 3747
Confederation of St. Muron and DavostanAugust 3729
BaltusiaNovember 3723
Kingdom of HutoriJune 3710

Pending Ratifications


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