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Postby Arta » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:45 pm

Ha! Glad to see such idiotic legislation fail.
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Postby Eternal Lotharia » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:49 pm

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"It seems justice and national liberty has prevailed. This is the start of a new era: A World Assembly, not a Global Empire."
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Postby Gudmund » Thu Sep 13, 2018 6:28 pm

Scanning over her tablet, the Secretary of Civilian Security, Zoe Pontar, smirks at the replies of squabbling nations.

"What many nations in support of this resolution seem to be forgetting, is the potential economic expenses that come with replacing the death penalty. Alternative punishments, such as life imprisonment, are inefficient and costly for small and large nations alike, as these prisoners have to be provided the necessary space and resources until their eventual death."

Sighing from across the room, the Secretary of Health, Philo Moreschi stares blankly at his tablet, "Of course, its also debatable whether or not life imprisonment is a breach of human rights too. In some places its actually considered inhumane and torturous to lock another individual up for the rest of their lives, that is of course until they are potentially proven innocent, which would of course require some form of reimbursement."

"That is true I suppose," replies Zoe, staring blankly at the roof, "In fact, I'm pretty sure there are plenty of nations that don't even have prisons to house such criminals. Oh well... with us being so distant in this part of the galaxy, it doesn't really matter in the long run."

TL:DR I do not support the Banning of Capital Punishment.
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Postby Lord Dominator » Thu Sep 13, 2018 6:39 pm

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"It seems justice and national liberty has prevailed. This is the start of a new era: A World Assembly, not a Global Empire."

"You're who knows how long out of date with your claimed new era, and I expect that soon this Assembly will return to the way it has been, and always will be."
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Postby Linux and the X » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:40 pm

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Linux and the X wrote:We hope this will be resubmitted. Even if it fails again, we're happy to see it drain the resources of those states that believe it acceptable to kill.

This cost Kashida literally nothing to fight in fact after the first day we just kept an eye on the voting.Also how petty lose with dignity.

Well, that's lovely for you, but many states invested resources into campaigning against this, and we're happy to see them invest more. Petty? Sure, but at least we're not killing anyone.
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Postby Elwher » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:46 pm

Linux and the X wrote:
Kashida wrote:This cost Kashida literally nothing to fight in fact after the first day we just kept an eye on the voting.Also how petty lose with dignity.

Well, that's lovely for you, but many states invested resources into campaigning against this, and we're happy to see them invest more. Petty? Sure, but at least we're not killing anyone.


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The important thing, in our opinion, is that any nation opposed to capital punishment is still free to ban it within their nation. This is a victory, not for execution, but for national sovereignty.
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Postby Cosmopolitan borovan » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:11 pm

Gudmund wrote:Scanning over her tablet, the Secretary of Civilian Security, Zoe Pontar, smirks at the replies of squabbling nations.

"What many nations in support of this resolution seem to be forgetting, is the potential economic expenses that come with replacing the death penalty. Alternative punishments, such as life imprisonment, are inefficient and costly for small and large nations alike, as these prisoners have to be provided the necessary space and resources until their eventual death."

Sighing from across the room, the Secretary of Health, Philo Moreschi stares blankly at his tablet, "Of course, its also debatable whether or not life imprisonment is a breach of human rights too. In some places its actually considered inhumane and torturous to lock another individual up for the rest of their lives, that is of course until they are potentially proven innocent, which would of course require some form of reimbursement."

"That is true I suppose," replies Zoe, staring blankly at the roof, "In fact, I'm pretty sure there are plenty of nations that don't even have prisons to house such criminals. Oh well... with us being so distant in this part of the galaxy, it doesn't really matter in the long run."

TL:DR I do not support the Banning of Capital Punishment.

"Ms. and Mr. Secretary, I disagree with this. In some developed nations, the cost of executing a person is not less than the cost of housing a prisonmate. There are legal costs1, and studies and news are shown that while the execution itself is cheaper and you are placing the prisoners in less prison time, you are dealing with higher costs in trying to defend a condemned prisoner than someone serving life. Obviously, the studies and costs would vary within each country and states or provinces, but since the stakes are higher and deals with the person's life in question, you cannot say that capital punishment is cheaper than life in prison.

And when you are out there believing that capital punishment is more humane because it is unfair to stick them in a place where they don't want to be, keep in mind that in some countries euthanisia and suicide is considered illegal. If a person who hasn't committed a serious crime is suffering under mental health or physical condition, why should the prisoner be able to live more freely than the person undergoing trauma and needs to consider ending his or her own life? And if your prisons aren't there, I am not sure how do you manage to house the rest of the prisonmates."

1. [Considering the Death Penalty, Your Tax Dollars at Work, https://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphill ... 0f30ed664b]

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Postby Sefy the Great » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:21 pm

Cosmopolitan borovan wrote:
Gudmund wrote:Scanning over her tablet, the Secretary of Civilian Security, Zoe Pontar, smirks at the replies of squabbling nations.

"What many nations in support of this resolution seem to be forgetting, is the potential economic expenses that come with replacing the death penalty. Alternative punishments, such as life imprisonment, are inefficient and costly for small and large nations alike, as these prisoners have to be provided the necessary space and resources until their eventual death."

Sighing from across the room, the Secretary of Health, Philo Moreschi stares blankly at his tablet, "Of course, its also debatable whether or not life imprisonment is a breach of human rights too. In some places its actually considered inhumane and torturous to lock another individual up for the rest of their lives, that is of course until they are potentially proven innocent, which would of course require some form of reimbursement."

"That is true I suppose," replies Zoe, staring blankly at the roof, "In fact, I'm pretty sure there are plenty of nations that don't even have prisons to house such criminals. Oh well... with us being so distant in this part of the galaxy, it doesn't really matter in the long run."

TL:DR I do not support the Banning of Capital Punishment.

"Ms. and Mr. Secretary, I disagree with this. In some developed nations, the cost of executing a person is not less than the cost of housing a prisonmate. There are legal costs1, and studies and news are shown that while the execution itself is cheaper and you are placing the prisoners in less prison time, you are dealing with higher costs in trying to defend a condemned prisoner than someone serving life. Obviously, the studies and costs would vary within each country and states or provinces, but since the stakes are higher and deals with the person's life in question, you cannot say that capital punishment is cheaper than life in prison.

And when you are out there believing that capital punishment is more humane because it is unfair to stick them in a place where they don't want to be, keep in mind that in some countries euthanisia and suicide is considered illegal. If a person who hasn't committed a serious crime is suffering under mental health or physical condition, why should the prisoner be able to live more freely than the person undergoing trauma and needs to consider ending his or her own life? And if your prisons aren't there, I am not sure how do you manage to house the rest of the prisonmates."

1. [Considering the Death Penalty, Your Tax Dollars at Work, https://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphill ... 0f30ed664b]

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Postby Sacara » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:26 pm

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"Ambassador, the World Assembly rejected the outright ban of capital punishment because it wasn't right. It wasn't because the majority is oppressing everyone. It's more so about we care about our citizens, and we see it entirely fit to condemn to death those who commit especially heinous crimes. Stop accusing and complaining about the majority of nations of being oppressive and get your head out of your ass for once."
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Postby Ru- » Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:41 pm

An alternative death penalty resolution is up for vote. There doesn't seem to have been much discussion, but we are tentatively in favor of it. Our one and only complaint would be that the term "nonviolent" interferes with executions for particularly egregious cases of high treason.

but this is an acceptable sacrifice to make in the face of the scores of nations implementing capital punishment for just any old crime. This is something we can discuss with the compliance comittee or perhaps this proposed "Division" at a later time. Or perhaps we can argue our way around this particular article.

we will support in any event.
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Postby Jocospor » Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:41 pm

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West Phoenicia wrote:
But dear Ambassador it is not your right alone to dictate what is right and wrong. Just because you may feel your view on capital punishment is right and justified doesnt make it so.

Its a grey issue not a black and white issue. Same goes for abortion, euthanasia and sending men and women to war knowing they could be killed. You will never get 100% agreement to think so is selfish.

Your rights may lie with the accused or the woman wanting to abort or the person dying a painful death, other people feel the rights of the victim have been trampled on and justice needs to be served or they think of the life growing in the womb or the fact that doctors have given false diagnosis and healthy people have died or members of society feeling people with mental issues should also be euthanized.


"Ambassador, what is right is also not a democratic question. Which is why we dont permit majorities to vote minorities into oppression. That people disagree means little."


Ah yes, but what is right and wrong is subjective.

And which is why we don't permit majorities to vote minorities into oppression? Please, give us a break. The entire voting structure of the World Assembly does just that. Deny it, if you will, though you'd be fundamentally wrong. Oh - shouldn't use subjective terminology, silly us! You'd be fundamentally incorrect.
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Postby Separatist Peoples » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:44 am

Jocospor wrote:
Separatist Peoples wrote:
"Ambassador, what is right is also not a democratic question. Which is why we dont permit majorities to vote minorities into oppression. That people disagree means little."


Ah yes, but what is right and wrong is subjective.

And which is why we don't permit majorities to vote minorities into oppression? Please, give us a break. The entire voting structure of the World Assembly does just that. Deny it, if you will, though you'd be fundamentally wrong. Oh - shouldn't use subjective terminology, silly us! You'd be fundamentally incorrect.


"The abmassador appears to be conflating the issue of moral right being non-democratic and the only available mechanism in the WA. I've given up on hoping your delegation's keen legal minds can notice context. Voting to enforce slavery would be wrong despite it's theoretical democratic support.

"At any rate, as your nation appears to be noncompliant with several WA nations, my nation is required to enforce economic and political sanctions against you. Which, per the Foreign Ministry, means ignoring you and pelting your delegation with rotting fruit. I dont have any fruit now, so I'll have to waive that part. It looks like there will be a shipment within the next few days."

Bell looks at the Jocospor delegation and shrugs. "Well, the law is the law, ambassador."

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Postby Jocospor » Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:14 am

Separatist Peoples wrote:
Jocospor wrote:
Ah yes, but what is right and wrong is subjective.

And which is why we don't permit majorities to vote minorities into oppression? Please, give us a break. The entire voting structure of the World Assembly does just that. Deny it, if you will, though you'd be fundamentally wrong. Oh - shouldn't use subjective terminology, silly us! You'd be fundamentally incorrect.


"The abmassador appears to be conflating the issue of moral right being non-democratic and the only available mechanism in the WA. I've given up on hoping your delegation's keen legal minds can notice context. Voting to enforce slavery would be wrong despite it's theoretical democratic support.

"At any rate, as your nation appears to be noncompliant with several WA nations, my nation is required to enforce economic and political sanctions against you. Which, per the Foreign Ministry, means ignoring you and pelting your delegation with rotting fruit. I dont have any fruit now, so I'll have to waive that part. It looks like there will be a shipment within the next few days."

Bell looks at the Jocospor delegation and shrugs. "Well, the law is the law, ambassador."

*the Delegate's Office collectively raises all the room's eyebrows* We welcome your sanctions, though you would be wise to consider otherwise. It would bode poorly for you to be considered an official enemy of the Imperial State.
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Postby Separatist Peoples » Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:18 am

Jocospor wrote:
Separatist Peoples wrote:
"The abmassador appears to be conflating the issue of moral right being non-democratic and the only available mechanism in the WA. I've given up on hoping your delegation's keen legal minds can notice context. Voting to enforce slavery would be wrong despite it's theoretical democratic support.

"At any rate, as your nation appears to be noncompliant with several WA nations, my nation is required to enforce economic and political sanctions against you. Which, per the Foreign Ministry, means ignoring you and pelting your delegation with rotting fruit. I dont have any fruit now, so I'll have to waive that part. It looks like there will be a shipment within the next few days."

Bell looks at the Jocospor delegation and shrugs. "Well, the law is the law, ambassador."

*the Delegate's Office collectively raises all the room's eyebrows* We welcome your sanctions, though you would be wise to consider otherwise. It would bode poorly for you to be considered an official enemy of the Imperial State.

Bell shrugs helplessly. "Thems the rules, bud." He looks around at his desk, picks up a half-eaten granola bar, and flicks it at the Jocosporian delegation, and then shrugs again.

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Postby West Phoenicia » Fri Sep 14, 2018 6:51 am

Jocospor wrote:
Separatist Peoples wrote:
"The abmassador appears to be conflating the issue of moral right being non-democratic and the only available mechanism in the WA. I've given up on hoping your delegation's keen legal minds can notice context. Voting to enforce slavery would be wrong despite it's theoretical democratic support.

"At any rate, as your nation appears to be noncompliant with several WA nations, my nation is required to enforce economic and political sanctions against you. Which, per the Foreign Ministry, means ignoring you and pelting your delegation with rotting fruit. I dont have any fruit now, so I'll have to waive that part. It looks like there will be a shipment within the next few days."

Bell looks at the Jocospor delegation and shrugs. "Well, the law is the law, ambassador."

*the Delegate's Office collectively raises all the room's eyebrows* We welcome your sanctions, though you would be wise to consider otherwise. It would bode poorly for you to be considered an official enemy of the Imperial State.



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Postby PaleoAmerica » Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:46 am

Arta wrote:Ha! Glad to see such idiotic legislation fail.

Agreed. It's amazing that some supporting ambassadors of this acted like rude know-it-alls, and this blew up in their face.
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Postby Die PreuBen Kaiserreich » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:00 am

PaleoAmerica wrote:
Arta wrote:Ha! Glad to see such idiotic legislation fail.

Agreed. It's amazing that some supporting ambassadors of this acted like rude know-it-alls, and this blew up in their face.

We got another one coming up. This better fail too. It's the same thing.
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Postby Leifar » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:04 am

Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:
PaleoAmerica wrote:Agreed. It's amazing that some supporting ambassadors of this acted like rude know-it-alls, and this blew up in their face.

We got another one coming up. This better fail too. It's the same thing.

Yes, they wish for their ideals to come true because Capital Punishment is "ruthless".

But in some nations, it's the choice of the prosecuted.

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Postby Die PreuBen Kaiserreich » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:17 am

Leifar wrote:
Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:We got another one coming up. This better fail too. It's the same thing.

Yes, they wish for their ideals to come true because Capital Punishment is "ruthless".

But in some nations, it's the choice of the prosecuted.

In ours, especially! We never give the death penalty unless requested by the defendant or if it is the accepted way of punishment by the defense, the prosecution, and the judge, or if they're a mass murderer.
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Postby Leifar » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:21 am

Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:
Leifar wrote:Yes, they wish for their ideals to come true because Capital Punishment is "ruthless".

But in some nations, it's the choice of the prosecuted.

In ours, especially! We never give the death penalty unless requested by the defendant or if it is the accepted way of punishment by the defense, the prosecution, and the judge, or if they're a mass murderer.

Do we need to create a separate committee to defend the choice of rights?

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Postby Die PreuBen Kaiserreich » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:31 am

Leifar wrote:
Die PreuBen Kaiserreich wrote:In ours, especially! We never give the death penalty unless requested by the defendant or if it is the accepted way of punishment by the defense, the prosecution, and the judge, or if they're a mass murderer.

Do we need to create a separate committee to defend the choice of rights?

I mean, the second one is not as common as 1 or 3...
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