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Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby jons11 » October 20th 2016, 7:51 pm

Agreement
Charta Of Freedom
Institution Court of Human Rights of Ain

Institution Court of Human Rights Ain
The formation of a tribunal that have the task to promote the equal rights without join the the national laws. Each signatory country will have a representative.
Headquarters. The Office's choice will proceed through competition between those who want to host the tribunal. (You have to be a signatory Country)
The court can give some opinions about the laws passed in the Ain countries without emitting no condemnation.


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President: John Pergan
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby Otto » October 20th 2016, 8:01 pm

On behalf of the Balatoni Miniszterelnök, Mister László Király, we will not sign or ratify this bill. This is an unprecedented intrusion into the inner state affairs that we will not allow. If there is a need for Human rights to be explicitly mentioned in a country's constitution, it is the country's Parliament's duty to do so on behalf of the people it represents.
We will under no term agree to this Charta.

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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby daTS » October 20th 2016, 8:08 pm

On behalf of Her Majesty, the Kingdom of Illium and her government will not sign, ratify or acknowledge this treaty in any way, nor will we allow this proposal to move forward. This is an excess violation of national sovereignty. Any attempt to ratify or enforce this gross violation upon Illium or her allies will be met with swift, aggressive and decisive action. Your national affairs are just that. National. They in no way are to present outside your borders.

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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby jons11 » October 20th 2016, 8:24 pm

daTS wrote:On behalf of Her Majesty, the Kingdom of Illium and her government will not sign, ratify or acknowledge this treaty in any way, nor will we allow this proposal to move forward. This is an excess violation of national sovereignty. Any attempt to ratify or enforce this gross violation upon Illium or her allies will be met with swift, aggressive and decisive action. Your national affairs are just that. National. They in no way are to present outside your borders.

Thank you.
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Otto wrote:On behalf of the Balatoni Miniszterelnök, Mister László Király, we will not sign or ratify this bill. This is an unprecedented intrusion into the inner state affairs that we will not allow. If there is a need for Human rights to be explicitly mentioned in a country's constitution, it is the country's Parliament's duty to do so on behalf of the people it represents.
We will under no term agree to this Charta.

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Ellá Nebések
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The Foreign Ministry of Poemia did not expect such a harsh response from Illium and Balaton. The intent of the agreement is not to intervene in your democracies but to avoid the approval of discriminatory laws. probably I add that this agreement will not be accepted from anyone but the intent of Poemia was to raise attention on equality and the need to feel equal.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby Michael » October 20th 2016, 8:28 pm

The Mikenstein Cabinet is strongly opposed to this Charta, and as such will not ratify or acknowledge it in any way. The issues addressed in the Charter, we believe, should be down to the individual nations, and their Governments and their legislative processes. We would support a commission to promote, and only promote, Human Rights around the AIN, but believe a charter, obligatory or not is beyond the realms of international integration, and wish for this do be dismissed promptly.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby daTS » October 20th 2016, 8:30 pm

The way this is worded would give the Alliance Council and the General Assembly a starting point to dictate the internal affairs of nations.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby jons11 » October 20th 2016, 8:32 pm

Maybe we could keep the institution of the court of human rights who has a duty to promote equality between citizens without being able to intervene in any way in the affairs of individual countries.
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Postby kendallhart808 » October 20th 2016, 8:38 pm

The Gearkomste of the Federal Republic of Carolina held a special joint session of the Gearkomste today to vote on the treaty, which failed 275-2. We believe that this treaty is once again another infringement of our national sovereignty, and another attempt by Poemia to intervene in our domestic affairs. Therefore with the approval of both houses and President Nikki Haley, we will not sign, endorse, or recognize this treaty. Any attempt to recognize or enforce this treaty upon Carolina will be met with swift decisive action. We encourage Poemia to focus on it's domestic issues rather than the issues of international countries.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby jons11 » October 20th 2016, 8:45 pm

kendallhart808 wrote:The Gearkomste of the Federal Republic of Carolina held a special joint session of the Gearkomste today to vote on the treaty, which failed 275-2. We believe that this treaty is once again another infringement of our national sovereignty, and another attempt by Poemia to intervene in our domestic affairs. Therefore with the approval of both houses and President Nikki Haley, we will not sign, endorse, or recognize this treaty. Any attempt to recognize or enforce this treaty upon Carolina will be met with swift decisive action. We encourage Poemia to focus on it's domestic issues rather than the issues of international countries.
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As Carolina continues to call on our Federation of minding our own business , Poemia will consider the possibility of not giving the $ 900 million to the North Carolina after Hurricane.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby jons11 » October 20th 2016, 8:58 pm

Well after numerous critical The text of the agreement is changed. Now I ask everyone to re-evaluate Their Position.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby Gregor » October 20th 2016, 8:59 pm

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The Federal Okataian Governement will not sign this treaty as it would intrude with the nations independence in handling of rights and care of it's own civilians

This would also breach the Basic Kodo act in which justice and security in Oka is held by the province and no power other than the province itself
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby daTS » October 20th 2016, 9:02 pm

jons11 wrote:Well after numerous critical The text of the agreement is changed. Now I ask everyone to re-evaluate Their Position.


well now it's just so vague it makes no sense.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby kendallhart808 » October 20th 2016, 9:06 pm

jons11 wrote:Well after numerous critical The text of the agreement is changed. Now I ask everyone to re-evaluate Their Position.

Honestly, this doesn't really seem to really even have a point anymore. I know you have good intentions but it's time to let it go, because it just will not work in this kind of union.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby jons11 » October 20th 2016, 9:07 pm

frankly, I think it would be necessary to begin a path that leads to equality of all individuals. An institution purely representative.
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Re: Charta of Freedom and AIN Court of Human Rights

Postby kendallhart808 » October 20th 2016, 9:11 pm

jons11 wrote:frankly, I think it would be necessary to begin a path that leads to equality of all individuals. An institution purely representative.

But the point that we all have been making and that I have been trying to convey more and more with my country is that by doing that, you take away the nations right to decide. And as shown, no one really wants that. A lot of nations support gay-marriage, but others like Carolina and Balaton won't. And that's the way the world is, if you take away this diversity then you're taking away what makes each nation unique.

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