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The Security Council recognizes and responds to individual nations and regions, with the aim of ensuring global harmony.
Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
The Security Council,
Believing that nations that make significant contributions to the international community should be formally recognised, and that Kenmoria is one such nation,
Applauding Kenmorias novel approach to economic freedom, which includes allowing corporations to own and operate judicial systems and entire towns, and such a deregulated model has resulted in the privately-owned Kenmorian airports and airways being reputed for their efficient security and affordable accommodations,
Impressed by the Kenmorian government, a parliamentary democracy elected every five years, which has enacted policies beneficial for the Kenmorian populace such as a nationwide subsidised internet connection and a world-class road infrastructure,
Recognising Kenmoria for their involvement in the crisis in Posteastan via the corporation Construction Enterprises, in which they provided humanitarian aid and helped to reconstruct civilisation after a complete obliteration of social order,
Further recognising that Kenmoria, despite not being an official member of the World Assembly, is in compliance with every resolution passed, a shining example of which many other non-WA member nations should follow,
Fully appreciating the Kenmoria WA Mission, led by the Ambassador James Lewitt, for their omnipresence in World Assembly discussion channels and forums, in which they:
provide consistent and constructive criticism on draft proposals, as well as suggest crucial additions to content, ensuring that resolutions passed may be of the highest quality,
create a more positive and conducive environment for newer and less experienced authors, and guide them in the tough process of passing their own proposals,
state extremely insightful opinions and commentaries on World Assembly related discussion (excepting one occasion that deservedly resulted in the defenestration of Ambassador Lewitt), which are understandably revered by the international community,
Extolling the Kenmoria WA Mission for their co-authorship of several resolutions, which further indicates their devotion to assisting fellow delegations in improving international law, ensuring the passage of resolutions such as:
General Assembly Resolution 481 "Data Protection Accord", a resolution which guaranteed privacy for people in member nations by prohibiting most cases of non-consensual data collection,
General Assembly Resolution 494 "Regulating Desalination", a resolution which enforced environmental regulations regarding the construction and operations of desalination plants,
General Assembly Resolution 511 "Ensuring Effectual Recycling", a resolution which required systems for the recycling of items to be in place, allowing for reuse of waste and preventing it from damaging ecosystems,
Praising the Kenmoria WA Mission for their contributions to international law as submitting author, which include:
General Assembly Resolution 469 "Reducing Food Waste", a resolution which prevented the unnecessary wastage of edible food, protecting the environment and providing nourishment for the poor,
General Assembly Resolution 475 "Promoting Natural Sciences in Schools", a resolution which ensured that all students in member nations received a science education based on empirical evidence and logical reasoning,
Observing that while in Europe, Kenmoria served as an Undersecretary of the European WA Office, and in that position they participated in the authorship of multiple informational dispatches for residents of Europe, allowing them to make well-informed votes on World Assembly proposals,
Acclaiming Kenmorias authorship of the document 'Power to the (AI) People', which highlighted the issue of Artificially Intelligent citizens being shut down as a result of power trips, resulting in governments making prompt decisions to resolve the issue,
Concluding that Kenmoria is a nation that absolutely deserves formal recognition, and that an official commendation from this Council is in order,
Hereby commends Kenmoria.
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The Security Council resolution "Commend Twobagger" was defeated 7,750 votes to 6,833.
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