World Assembly Legislative League

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World Assembly Legislative League

We, the undersigned governments; cognizant of our prolonged friendship; committed to fostering closer cooperation with one another; determined to promote our shared ideals and objectives in the World Assembly; and resolute to bolster our influence in the World Assembly to the joint benefit of our regions; do hereby establish and join the the World Assembly Legislative League, hereinafter referred to as the "WALL", and agree to recognize and adhere to this Treaty and the commitments set forth herein.

1 Membership and Administration

a) Each signatory is entitled to one Ambassador seat on the WALL. Each signatory may appoint and remove persons to fill their own Ambassador seat according to their internal laws and procedures. No individual may personally occupy more than one Ambassador seat on the WALL.

b) The International Democratic Union, the Realm of Balder, the Region of The North Pacific, and the Republic of Europeia shall become signatories upon ratification of this treaty according to their internal laws and procedures.

c) A region may become a signatory by (i) ratifying this treaty according to their internal laws and procedures; and (ii) after having been approved unanimously by the WALL.

d) A region may forfeit their signatory status by repealing this treaty according to their internal laws and procedures.

e) A region may have their signatory status removed by a unanimous vote among all other Ambassadors to the WALL except for the Ambassador from that region.

f) The headquarters of the WALL shall be situated on the forums of The North Pacific. Ambassadors to the WALL and the World Assembly Delegates of the signatories must always have complete access to these headquarters.

2 Functions

a) The WALL shall collectively exercise all powers and functions available to each signatory’s Minister of World Assembly Affairs or equivalent official, and in place of that official, for promoting voting on a World Assembly resolution proposal in a certain manner. These include, but are not limited to: starting a regional off-site poll; producing an analysis and vote recommendation; telegramming World Assembly nations and World Assembly Delegates across Nationstates, and using regional mass-telegramming infrastructure to facilitate these actions; creating and editing NationStates dispatches; lobbying the signatory delegates for rapid votes; and posting on the NationStates World Assembly forums.

b) The WALL shall collectively exercise all powers and functions available to each signatory’s Minister of World Assembly Affairs or equivalent official, and in place of that official, for increasing awareness and expertise on World Assembly matters among the regional populace of that signatory. These include, but are not limited to: organizing seminars on subjects related to World Assembly resolutions; telegramming World Assembly nations and using regional mass-telegramming infrastructure to facilitate this action; and peer-reviewing World Assembly resolution proposals prepared by members of the signatories.

c) The WALL shall make decisions to exercise their powers and functions under this Section 2 and about the exact manner in which to do so by majority vote among the Ambassadors, and their decisions shall apply uniformly to all signatories.

d) The WALL may empower individual Ambassadors to effect their decisions within each signatory.

3 Sponsorship and Opposition

a) The WALL may, by majority vote, decide to sponsor or oppose a World Assembly resolution proposal.

b) The World Assembly Delegates of the signatories shall approve of sponsored World Assembly resolution proposals. The World Assembly Delegates of the signatories shall not approve of opposed World Assembly resolution proposals.

c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this treaty, the signatories reserve their sovereign right to determine the final vote of their respective World Assembly Delegates on all World Assembly resolution proposals according to their internal laws and regulations.
 
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