Resolution 2014/05 - Concerning Government Betrayal of the People in the Eurozone

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Concerning Government Betrayal of the People in the Eurozone

Committee: The Security Council
Proposed by: The Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Appalled by the failings of capitalism across the Eurozone, where currently 12% are unemployed - rising to 24% among young people,
Sickened that countries within the Eurozone have made no real attempt to reform the horrific system which allows such degradation and indignity to continue,
Desiring that the peoples of Europe can join the peoples of Korea in working bliss,

Calls on the European Union to fundamentally reform its structures to implement a socialist, planned economy;
Demands that, in the event of a European failure to do so, force may be used on humanitarian grounds to relieve the suffering of the people of Europe and install a perfect socialist government;
Encourages the Security Council to support this reasonable resolution for the betterment of humankind.


A maximum of 7 days of discussion will be held for this resolution or less subject to the will of the proposer. Following this, a 3 day voting period will commence.
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OOC: Good old BlueMelt, you make me laugh

The Islamic Republic of Iran does not think that DPRK has any legitimate say in the European economy, however agrees with the DPRK that the European model is not working. Iran also urges the EU to end sanctions on our country due to the pain and suffering they are causing our people.


The United Kingdom deplores the decision by DPRK to criticise the European model when her own people are starving at the hands of an oppressive regime.
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Germany asks the DPRK to wake up and realize that its own people are starving and living in absolute poverty. Also that the DPRK would look into implementing Human Rights for its own exploited people.

Germany is angered by the DPRK's comment
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Russia finds this resolution amusing
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(Original post by Superunknown17)
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Time for a vote?
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Yeah, sorry I've had coursework over the past few days.
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3 days of voting will now commence.
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Russia will abstain from this one, we will let Europe decide how to deal with it's struggling economy.
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OOC: Oops, did I forget to vote on my own resolution? Deary me...
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India is greatly amused by this, however, considering the fact that we are nowhere near Europe, we felt it best not to vote.
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(Original post by Superunknown17)
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Could the poll be shown please?
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Could the poll be shown please?
Hey, yeah sorry, it says no one has voted?! Is it like that for everyone?
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(Original post by Superunknown17)
Hey, yeah sorry, it says no one has voted?! Is it like that for everyone?
I'm seeing the same thing as well, it might be an error or it might just be the obvious answer, that no one has voted!

Maybe re-open the vote quoting in all of the Security Council members?
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(Original post by RoryS)
I'm seeing the same thing as well, it might be an error or it might just be the obvious answer, that no one has voted!

Maybe re-open the vote quoting in all of the Security Council members?
That'd be good - I'd remember to actually vote this time!
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Hey guys, seeing as no one voted, we thought we'd extend this for another few days. Please can you vote.

(Original post by Qwertish)
China
(Original post by Moist Penguin)
Russia
(Original post by Republic1)
UK
(Original post by ThisIsn'tSpam)
India
(Original post by Henry Tudor)
Germany
(Original post by BlueMeltwater)
DPRK
Cheers guys
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Can you send your votes to me as it saves creating a whole new thread. Thanks
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(Original post by Superunknown17)
Can you send your votes to me as it saves creating a whole new thread. Thanks
I think it glitched, because I'm sure I remember voting No to this. Either way the UK's vote is No.
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I think it glitched, because I'm sure I remember voting No to this. Either way the UK's vote is No.
Yeah, I think it must have. I mean activity can be bad sometimes but never that bad
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Sorry, really neglecting this. If this is still open at all, it's needless to say that the DPRK votes yes!
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Can we re-open this please?
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