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Interceptor Rights Act- HELP

04-02-2007, 21:45
Interceptor Rights Act

A resolution to improve world security by boosting police and military budgets.

Category: International Security

Strength: Significant

Proposed by: Ritico

Description: The General Assembly of the United Nations,

ACCEPTING that nations have a right to, and often due, maintain large stockpiles of nuclear weapons deliverable via ICBM.

AGREEING that nuclear deterrence has it's place in the world, and that nations large stockpiles tend to be for that reason.

REALIZING that having large missile interceptor programs would effectively destroy the concept of nuclear deterrence between well-developed nations capable of affording themselves large interceptor programs.

STATING that every nation has a right to said program, which would create a new type of deterrence less dependent upon nuclear arms and further dependent on conventional non-ICBM weaponry as they would need new innovations to make ways around interceptor programs.

UNDERSTANDING that this shift will greatly help smaller nations in the world which could easily develop interceptor programs without having to develop large nuclear arsenals to ensure their own safety.

Hereby Enacts the Following:
1. All nations have a right to own missile interceptor programs, at their own cost, and with their own technological research.

Approvals: 13 (Project Quantum Leap, Terumpias, Understood correctnes, Ellenburg, WZ Forums, GynoChattel, Helelgracoon, Kytheros, Compulsoria, Baldamundonia, Phthisis, Fortwengler, Borgui)

Status: Lacking Support (requires 101 more approvals)

Voting Ends: Tue Feb 6 2007

I need your help with a telegram campaign. Supporters of this resolution, please contact your regional delegates and others. Thank you.
05-02-2007, 15:30
OOC: Dude, you're not supposed to make two threads for the same proposal.