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Vote For SC resolution Commend Pallaith

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Resolution at Vote: Commend Pallaith
Vote Recommendation: For

Resolution Analysis
"Commend Pallaith" by Hulldom (Boston Castle) is a resolution which seeks to commend Pallaith (also known as Ghost) for his significant contributions to TNP and other regions. The resolution recognises Pallaith's extensive role in TNP Foreign Affairs, serving in many senior FA and WA related roles. It shows how he played a large role in improving the work of the Ministries as Delegate and advancing The North Pacific's Foreign Affairs. It also acknowledges Pallaith's significant contributions to TNP as Vice-Delegate, improving TNP's World Assembly Development Program, notable by incorporating trading cards. The resolution also highlights Pallaith's important role in the 2015 revival of The Versutian Federation (TVF), where he created a new legal system and led the region through tumultuous times.

Pallaith is without question one of the most influential members of TNP's government. His role as Delegate and foreign policy expert have been invaluable to the region. The TNP clauses on their own would have been enough for a commendation, but the resolution also mentions how Pallaith served as the leader of TVF as Ghostopolis through a tumultuous period in it's history. Thanks in part to Pallaith, the region emerged from this time a stronger region. What's more, the proposal is also well-written, and really tells the story of Pallaith's time haunting NationStates. It also playfully remarks on Pallaith's status as resident Ghost, haunting the game. Written by our Minister of World Assembly Affairs, "Commend Pallaith" leaves no doubts as to the nominee's worthiness.

For the above reasons, the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs recommends a vote For the Security Council Resolution at vote, "Commend Pallaith".

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