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UNT Law 4

UNT Law 4

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UNT Law 4. July 12, 2013. Created by The Free Land of Wintony
UNT Law 4. July 12, 2013. Created by The Free Land of Wintony

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UNT resolution#7ON WARRecognizing the need for legislation dealing with regional warfareRegretting but justifying the necessity for such legislationBelieving that this legislation should be passed in the interest of regional solvencyCALLS FOR:Declaring war in an open and public manner. Should a member state declare war onanother member state, then the aggressor must first state his/her intentions openly on theRegional Message Board1.) No actions taken before this public declaration are considered official or binding andhave no actual effect2.) After war is declared by an aggressor, the defending nation can chose to enter intocombat as a belligerent or decline combatProtecting absentee of AFK nations from belligerents by halting all hostile actions againstsuch countries until they are active againWaging war in a manner that is agreeable to all belligerents involved.Ending wars in a style that suits the region1.) A war is not “over” until all belligerents involved have agreed to a peace treaty-A peace treaty is defined as an agreement to end all hostile combat operations indefinitelyas opposed to a ceasefire which only temporarily halts them2.) At wars end a nation is either “free” or “occupied” -“free” meaning that the nation retains sovereignty-“occupied” meaning that the nation is under the control of an invading force3.) There are no “winners” in war however the power to leave a country as “free” or “occupied” rests with he who has achieved the victory conditions agreed upon by thebelligerents at wars startAcknowledging the status of occupied countries1.) An occupied country has no vote in the region and is subject to the rules and whims of the occupierAllowing countries to send aid to belligerent nations through means consistent to those

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