NationStates Jolt Archive

My proposal to repeal Resolution #38

11-06-2005, 21:50
I call upon all capitalistic nations to support my proposal:

WHEREAS, some nations do not wish to provide legal rights to labor unions; and

WHEREAS, labor unions often hurt business; and

WHEREAS, some nations may not want to pass laws actively hunting down anti-union discrimination in the workplace; and

WHEREAS, UN Resolution #38 is too restrictive as to the type of laws a nation may pass:

1. UN Resolution #38 - The Rights of Labor Unions - is hereby repealed
2. Nations may pass laws respecting the rights of labor unions, but the United Nations will not require this.

I just proposed it; voting for it ends June 14.
11-06-2005, 22:24
Point of Order

Repeals must be submitted as repeals (via the "Repeal this resolution" link), not as proposals under non-"Repeal" categories. Since this proposal has been submitted under the category of Social Justice, I make a point of order that this proposal is incorrectly categorized and formatted.

[Lord] Michael Evif
Goobergunchian UN Ambassador
11-06-2005, 22:59
I agree with the concept of this proposal; however, it could be improved in its wording. Have you had people look over this?
12-06-2005, 00:00
Sorry; I'm a little new. Should I resubmit it as a repeal or what? (I could reword it then, I guess.)
12-06-2005, 00:07
Don't worry, I'm pretty new, too... (And now I remember why I didn't want to join the UN :headbang:).

First, I would redraft the proposal.

Then, I would submit it as a POTENTIAL proposal here, to be critiqued and suggestions can be made.

After that, if you're satisfied with the result and have received some support, you can probably submit the proposal to the UN to be approved by the delegates.
You can submit this in its proper for by going to "UN Resolutions throughout History" on the UN page, then going to the resolution you want to repeal and clicking on "Repeal this Resolution."

Good luck with that. I hope I've helped some.
12-06-2005, 00:10
All right, thanks. I'll do that.