NationStates Jolt Archive

Security council??

Irish-Germanic states
28-11-2003, 16:12
would the creation of a security council pass trough the U.N.
Irish-Germanic states
28-11-2003, 16:35
28-11-2003, 16:46
To step out of the game for a moment, the Security Council as it is currently implemented is a legacy of the victors of the last world war, and is in dire need of reform. While the idea of a permanently sitting Presidium that is elected by and acts on behalf of the less-frequently sitting general assembly is a good one (in fact, the Missouri has exactly that setup for its national Congress), the presence of permanent mebers is an out-dated nation.

Within the context of NationStates, we don't see the need for a presidium, because the general assembly is permanently in session.
28-11-2003, 20:47
Also, this would ilkely be considered a game mechaincs proposal since actually implementing a security council into the game would require coding. Game mechaincs proposals are not allowed.
Irish-Germanic states
28-11-2003, 22:34
It would't actually be game mechanics it would sorta be an allience thing it would all be done in the forums but recognized by everyone
The Dark Pheonix
28-11-2003, 23:45
Then it couldn't be a purposal, put it in international incidents.
29-11-2003, 02:18
In a purely game-mechanics sense, the mods function as a kind of UNSC. Given that a veto by any of the P5 in the real-world UNSC kills a proposal regardless of how many votes there are in favour of it, then consider my "proposal deletions" as a "veto" of sorts.

Weak analogy, but you know what I'm getting at here.