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ICDN General Assembly (ICDN Members Only)

PostPosted: Tue Jan 19, 2021 6:05 pm
by Dalmannia
International Consortium of Democratic Nations General Assembly


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Welcome to the General Assembly. Hear we debate and vote on interventions, treaties, initiatives, resolutions, etc. If anyone believes we should act on an event, then mention it here.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 11:11 am
by Imperium Germaniae
Chairperson Hans Kraus begins to address the assembly.

"Welcome all to ICDN. I would first like to explain the leadership of ICDN. Currently we have two heads, the Chairperson, and the Secretary General. The Chairperson is responsible for administrative work and management (OOC: Running the forum topics). The Secretary General is responsible for leading discussion and debate. Our current Secretary General is Manfred Büchler of Dalmannia. Should anyone wish to add more leadership roles, they can propose it hear and we will vote on it."

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:00 pm
by Hopal
Former Deputy Prime Minister and now Hopalian Representative to the ICDN John Leswig arrives at the General Assembly.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:07 pm
by Imperium Germaniae
Hopal wrote:Former Deputy Prime Minister and now Hopalian Representative to the ICDN John Leswig arrives at the General Assembly.

"Welcome Representative Leswig. We are pleased to have you here."

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:16 pm
by Arvan Irawer
ICDN representative for Arvan Irawer, Evy Krall, arrives at the General Assembly, greets other representatives and proceeds to take her place.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:46 pm
by Silvedania
Sena Marciante arrives and takes her spot at the general assembly.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 3:19 pm
by Corrington
Corrish ICDN representative Miles Montgomery arrives in Hamburg, and enters the General Assembly building, extending greetings to other representatives.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2021 9:52 am
by Dalmannia
Manfred Büchler takes the Secretary General’s podium. “Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to our first general assembly meeting. If anybody has any events they should like to introduce to debate, they may do so now. Otherwise, as Secretary General, I will present two crises and a proposition of my own, which very much deserve our attention.”

PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2021 4:35 pm
by Zarnicovia nova
The ZN rep arrives from Tallin, ZN.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:50 pm
by Imperium Germaniae
"Welcome everyone and thanks for coming. In response to the Secretary General's statement, I would like to say I have nothing to present for debate and they are welcome to present what they have to present."

PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2021 10:01 am
by Lorrana
Lorrana representative Maya Raddok walks into the room

"Apologies if I'm late. I don't have any topics to present at the moment"

PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2021 12:20 pm
by Dalmannia
Secretary General Büchler nodded. “Not to worry Miss Raddok—and thank you Chairman Kraus. Today, I shall bring up three matters to the agenda: the establishment of an official ICDN Peacekeeping Force, the reconstruction of post-war Ohkhos, and the resurgence of the Mauriti Civil War this past month.”

“Peacekeeping is a vital pillar to stabilizing war-torn regions and ensuring lasting human rights abroad. Therefore, while we may be capable to act with our individual militaries in peacekeeping interventions, I believe that if we are to act cohesively in operations, a uniform peacekeeping branch of the ICDN is necessary—not only to increase the possibilities of our teamwork, but to remove the bias of individual nations. I additionally propose that we select several sites for training, as well as military experts and humanitarian lawyers to educate and prepare our peacekeepers. This shall be put to a vote among the delegates present. Representing Dalmannia, I vote yea.”

PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2021 3:50 am
by Arvan Irawer
Dalmannia wrote:Secretary General Büchler nodded. “Not to worry Miss Raddok—and thank you Chairman Kraus. Today, I shall bring up three matters to the agenda: the establishment of an official ICDN Peacekeeping Force, the reconstruction of post-war Ohkhos, and the resurgence of the Mauriti Civil War this past month.”

“Peacekeeping is a vital pillar to stabilizing war-torn regions and ensuring lasting human rights abroad. Therefore, while we may be capable to act with our individual militaries in peacekeeping interventions, I believe that if we are to act cohesively in operations, a uniform peacekeeping branch of the ICDN is necessary—not only to increase the possibilities of our teamwork, but to remove the bias of individual nations. I additionally propose that we select several sites for training, as well as military experts and humanitarian lawyers to educate and prepare our peacekeepers. This shall be put to a vote among the delegates present. Representing Dalmannia, I vote yea.”


After much deliberation amongst the Leading member Cabinet Arvan Irawer decides to VOTE YEA.

Representative Evy Krall looks over her notes from the debates and VOTES YEA

PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2021 9:26 am
by Corrington
Dalmannia wrote:Secretary General Büchler nodded. “Not to worry Miss Raddok—and thank you Chairman Kraus. Today, I shall bring up three matters to the agenda: the establishment of an official ICDN Peacekeeping Force, the reconstruction of post-war Ohkhos, and the resurgence of the Mauriti Civil War this past month.”

“Peacekeeping is a vital pillar to stabilizing war-torn regions and ensuring lasting human rights abroad. Therefore, while we may be capable to act with our individual militaries in peacekeeping interventions, I believe that if we are to act cohesively in operations, a uniform peacekeeping branch of the ICDN is necessary—not only to increase the possibilities of our teamwork, but to remove the bias of individual nations. I additionally propose that we select several sites for training, as well as military experts and humanitarian lawyers to educate and prepare our peacekeepers. This shall be put to a vote among the delegates present. Representing Dalmannia, I vote yea.”

After consulting King Richard V and Prime Minister Fletcher’s cabinet over the phone, Representative Montgomery returns to the chamber, and votes Yea.

PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2021 9:29 am
by Lorrana
Dalmannia wrote:Secretary General Büchler nodded. “Not to worry Miss Raddok—and thank you Chairman Kraus. Today, I shall bring up three matters to the agenda: the establishment of an official ICDN Peacekeeping Force, the reconstruction of post-war Ohkhos, and the resurgence of the Mauriti Civil War this past month.”

“Peacekeeping is a vital pillar to stabilizing war-torn regions and ensuring lasting human rights abroad. Therefore, while we may be capable to act with our individual militaries in peacekeeping interventions, I believe that if we are to act cohesively in operations, a uniform peacekeeping branch of the ICDN is necessary—not only to increase the possibilities of our teamwork, but to remove the bias of individual nations. I additionally propose that we select several sites for training, as well as military experts and humanitarian lawyers to educate and prepare our peacekeepers. This shall be put to a vote among the delegates present. Representing Dalmannia, I vote yea.”


Lorrana votes YEA

PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2021 9:45 am
by Imperium Germaniae
Dalmannia wrote:Secretary General Büchler nodded. “Not to worry Miss Raddok—and thank you Chairman Kraus. Today, I shall bring up three matters to the agenda: the establishment of an official ICDN Peacekeeping Force, the reconstruction of post-war Ohkhos, and the resurgence of the Mauriti Civil War this past month.”

“Peacekeeping is a vital pillar to stabilizing war-torn regions and ensuring lasting human rights abroad. Therefore, while we may be capable to act with our individual militaries in peacekeeping interventions, I believe that if we are to act cohesively in operations, a uniform peacekeeping branch of the ICDN is necessary—not only to increase the possibilities of our teamwork, but to remove the bias of individual nations. I additionally propose that we select several sites for training, as well as military experts and humanitarian lawyers to educate and prepare our peacekeepers. This shall be put to a vote among the delegates present. Representing Dalmannia, I vote yea.”

Imperium Germaniae vote Yea

PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2021 5:00 pm
by Silvedania
Dalmannia wrote:Secretary General Büchler nodded. “Not to worry Miss Raddok—and thank you Chairman Kraus. Today, I shall bring up three matters to the agenda: the establishment of an official ICDN Peacekeeping Force, the reconstruction of post-war Ohkhos, and the resurgence of the Mauriti Civil War this past month.”

“Peacekeeping is a vital pillar to stabilizing war-torn regions and ensuring lasting human rights abroad. Therefore, while we may be capable to act with our individual militaries in peacekeeping interventions, I believe that if we are to act cohesively in operations, a uniform peacekeeping branch of the ICDN is necessary—not only to increase the possibilities of our teamwork, but to remove the bias of individual nations. I additionally propose that we select several sites for training, as well as military experts and humanitarian lawyers to educate and prepare our peacekeepers. This shall be put to a vote among the delegates present. Representing Dalmannia, I vote yea.”

Silvedania votes Yea.

PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2021 8:08 am
by Imperium Germaniae
"It appears we have reached a majority. As a result, Dalmannia's proposal to create a peacekeeping branch of the ICDN passes. Now, given we need a head for this branch, I ask the delegations to nominate people from their nations, if they wish, to head this branch. Nominations will be taken until 0:00 GMT (12:00 AM GMT) on the 28th of January. Then, we will have run-off elections eliminating one candidate every 24 hours until one reaches 50% of the vote."

Form for nominations:
Code: Select all
[b]Name of Candidate:[/b]
[b]Occupation:[/b]
[b]Experience:[/b]
[b]Why they would be a good candidate:[/b]

PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2021 10:05 am
by Zarnicovia nova
Name of Candidate: jorvan xalixky.
Occupation: asssant commander in chief of ZN armed forces
Experience: 20 years of service as a high ranking ZN army officer (ZN has only existed for 20 years). He has fought the following wars: ZN independence war, ZN invasion of the xu, The black rebellion, the ZN-brazzila war and the ZN civil war. being on the winning side of each war.
Why they would be a good candidate: They have a lot of experience and love democracy.

PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2021 10:38 am
by Dalmannia
Name of Candidate: Victor Rasselkopf
Occupation: Retired five star general, Former prime ministerial candidate
Experience: He was the supreme commander of the Monarchial-Republican alliance during the Dalmannian Civil War from 1986 to 1991, was Dalmannia’s first Defense Minister under PM Karl Thörmel from 1992 to 2000, and acted as an expert military advisor to several administrations from 2004 to 2016.
Why they would be a good candidate: Has decades of experience, has been out of active duty since 1991 (which ensures impartiality), and is thoroughly devoted to the defense and preservation of democracy at home and abroad.

PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2021 2:02 pm
by Corrington
Name of Candidate: Thomas Hewlett
Occupation: General in the Royal Army
Experience: Has led officer positions since he was 26 years old (he is 47 now), and is one of the senior officials in the Corrish Royal Army.
Why they would be a good candidate: He is a very experienced and capable leader, and is dedicated to the cause of democracy.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 9:50 am
by United Australasian Commonwealth
Name of Candidate: Harry Schwarz
Occupation: Australasian Ambassador to the United States
Experience: As a South African Air Force World War II veteran during the 1950s, Schwarz co-founded the Torch Commando, an ex-soldiers' movement to protest against the disenfranchisement of coloured people in Australasia.
Why they would be a good candidate: Schwarz has been credited as having played one of the leading roles in the renewal of relations between the two nations.[37] The Cape Times described Schwarz as having "engineered a state of US/Australasian relations better than it has ever been".
the Australasian Delegation led by P.W. Botha enters and shows the delegation's candidate

PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 10:59 am
by Arvan Irawer
Name of Candidate: Inti Wickaninnish

Occupation: Design and Technology of Vehicles and Clothing armament at 'Defence Inc'

Experience: Previous Senior Lieutenant-General 4th Class, Previous Colonel of Planning, Previous Border Defence Agency Chief, Previous Department Of Counter Terrorism Chief, Previous Leading Member Candidate, Previous Military Minister for Leading Member Oliver Norris.

Why they would be a good candidate: Has been awarded The Bravery Order, The Merit Order and The Freedom Medallion. He knows about logistics, politics, offence, defence and commanding. His last position in government was in 2004 and since then he has only worked for a private international company, which means he will be impartial. Before he was deployed he would research the, to make sure it was in the best interest of all and any group partaking. This cautiousness resulted in Arvan Irawer being able to resolve many conflicts peacefully. He believes in democracy and freedom, those to factors were some of his main motivations for partaking in conflicts and main factors of denying conflicts.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 5:00 pm
by Imperium Germaniae
"Thank you, the time for nominations have elapsed. We will no vote using the polling function. However, I am giving 48 hours to vote for this first round to give time to ask and answer questions and make decisions."

"Now I do have questions for the candidates:
Question 1: What peacekeeping plans do you have for the ICDN?
Question 2: How do you propose to ensure peacekeepers are adequately trained and supplied?"

PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 5:54 pm
by Lorrana
Question for Mr Rasselkopf:

What can you say about the fact that you haven't been active in the field for many years? What assurance can you give that you are still at your 100%? You have our tentative support at the moment, but we would like to know.