Too Many Approvals Necessary
As I have noticed in the proposal of a UN resolution, it is currently necessary to have 112 approvals before resolution can even be voted on by the UN. Although this is a mere six percent of the UN that has to approve it. It often becomes tough to get a proposal approved and into queue. I propose that the amount of delegate approvals be lowered from six percent to four percent so that it is easier for good resolutions to make it into queue.
Perhaps the inherent difficulty of bringing proposals into queue is intentional.
Quit whining, I needed 147 approvals to get my resolution to quorum.
The Most Glorious Hack
It used to be 8%...
you just stated that it takes 112 approvals for a propostition to join the queue, you are going to have to get a very long thread here before what you just proposed about reducing the percentage being thought about... ;)
St Edmundan Antarctic
I propose that the amount of delegate approvals be lowered from six percent to four percent so that it is easier for good resolutions to make it into queue.
Unfortunately that would also make it easier for bad resolutions to get into queue.
Alternative suggestion for a solution: Give those nations that have authored resolutions which got passed the ability to approve future resolutions, even if they currently aren't regional delegates, and make this right transferable if their players change UN nations... ;)