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Resolution At Vote
Security Council Resolution At Vote
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Security Council Resolution #1 “Condemn Macedon” shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The Security Council,
Understanding SC #1 is a historical resolution notable for being the first resolution in the Security Council.
Believing two condemnations is illogical for a region that, as well as its allies, is no longer active.
Adding a Security Council resolution should provide substantial evidence a target deserves a condemnation.
Noting the first condemnation was deserved, however, the resolution did not sufficiently explain why Macedon was deserving of condemnation.
Acknowledging Kuriko's condemnation of Macedon in SC #269 goes much further in depth about why Macedon deserves a condemnation.
Noting the aforementioned second condemnation resolution was drafted and passed with the intent of repealing SC #1
Understanding SC #1 has been replaced and is no longer needed.
Hereby repeals Condemn Macedon
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