I don't know if this question has been asked before, but I would really want to see some kind of feature in the future where UN members could overturn any resolution. I've read the rules about not being able to post proposals which contradict already passed resolutions, but I know of many cases where nations aren't happy with a resolution. Would this ever be possible?
Well I know if Enodia was here right now, he'd tell you to read the FAQ. But currently there is no format in which you can challenge a passed resolution at this time. "Maybe..." sometime in the future they say. How far into the future is anyone's guess.
Read these: 'A Declaration to the Peoples and Nations of the World', 'We Should Have Repeals, but I Understand the Problem', and 'Improved Rights of Nations'. Many others have been fighting for this very right for quite some time, even before I came along, I'm sure, but these threads, though they are very long, provide some grounds for allowing repeals. I argue for it, give examples, how we should do it, why we need to, basically you should read it. Let me know what you think. Join the quest to allow us this basic right to challenge the United Nation's authority.
Viva la Resistance!!! =^o.o^=
Naturally, no, you cannot repeal now, in the future, maybe... in the "future". :) Where is Enodia any-way?
Why? I think we're doing fine and dandy helping answer these questions for people. It would take some of th burden off the shoulders of the mods, wouldn't you agree.