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All Wild Things
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WA Campaign Telegram rules

Postby All Wild Things » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:34 am

Hi,

I've been looking for rules on telegrams about WA Campaigns. I can find rules for when you promote your own proposal. I didn't see rules for campaigning against. (Maybe I didn't look hard enough, so apologies if I'm going over old ground).

If a proposal was in the queue, and I wanted to ask the delegates approving it to withdraw their approval, I take it I would need to mark my telegram as "WA Campaign"?

If the proposal then made it to the floor, and I wanted to telegram all WA nations, asking them to vote against, I guess I'd need to mark it as a campaign too?

By doing that, potentially I'd be sending two telegrams to those delegates who approved the proposal when it was in the queue. I guess that would then break the principal if one telegram per proposal?

Thanks

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Postby Earthbound immortal squad » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:38 am

May I ask how it is possible to campaign against your own proposal it seems possible but one of those one in a million possibilities.

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Postby Wrapper » Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:23 am

The rules are pretty much the same:

1. You must mark all such TGs as campaign. For or against, doesn’t matter.

2. You’re allowed to send a TG to delegates during the approval phase, to campaign for their approval/disapproval, and another TG during the voting phase to campaign for a vote for or against. The approval phase and the voting phase are considered two separate campaigns.

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Postby All Wild Things » Fri Dec 07, 2018 12:21 pm

Wrapper wrote:The rules are pretty much the same:

1. You must mark all such TGs as campaign. For or against, doesn’t matter.

2. You’re allowed to send a TG to delegates during the approval phase, to campaign for their approval/disapproval, and another TG during the voting phase to campaign for a vote for or against. The approval phase and the voting phase are considered two separate campaigns.


Thanks for clarifying!


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