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[Tab=30][/Tab]Thank you for applying for membership in the League of Nations. Please do answer all the needed information in this form. You will be informed of the result once a staff member has deliberated on a decision. If your application has been rejected, one may appeal for the decision to be vetoed or overturned.
Pederal na Republika ng Pilipinas, and
League of Nations General Secretariat
[b][size=100][color=#0080FF]Part A - General Information[/color][/size][/b]
1. Official Name of Nation:
3. Head of Government:
4. Head of State:
5.Please state any previous relationships/history with the League of Nations:
[b][size=100][color=#0080FF]Part B - Government Structure[/color][/size][/b]
I. Executive Staff:
1. Head of Government and Party (if Applicable):
2. Head of State and Party (if Applicable):
4. Secretary of Foreign Affairs or Equivalent:
5. Secretary of Defense or Equivalent:
6. Secretary of Trade and Commerce or Equivalent:
II. Legislative Members
1. Type of Congress : Unicameral Bicameral Multicameral (State how many chambers)
2. Names of Chambers:
3 . Leaders of Each Chamber:
4. Party Composition (For example, Party A: 12 Seats/24 Seats of the Senate and 32/50 Seats of the Assembly, Party B: 8/24 Seats of the Senate and 16/50 Seats of the Assembly, Independent Legislators: 4/24 Seats of the Senate and 2/50 Seats of the Assembly;State vacant seats if necessary)
III. Judiciary Structure
1. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court:
2. Associate Justices of the Supreme Court:
3. List of Major Courts:
IV. Administrative Divisions
1. Type of Divisions:
List each division (List only the highest level of division) and its leaders/legislative composition (City Congress/Regional Congress) plus the number of seats in the National Congress if available.
[b][size=100][color=#0080FF]Part C - Military[/color][/size][/b]
1. Commander in Chief:
2. Head of the Military:
3. Major Divisions of the Military:
4. Nations the applicant is at war with (Include Civil Wars):
[b][size=100][color=#0080FF]Part D - Quality of Life (Please explain and elaborate everything that you put under this section)[/color][/size][/b]
1. Educational System (Please elaborate in a paragraph or more):
2. Law Enforcement :
3. Economic Model (Please elaborate in a paragraph or more):
6. Environmental Health:
[b][size=100][color=#0080FF]Part E. Representative Details[/color][/size][/b]
1. Name of Representative to the League of Nations:
2. Civil Status:
3. Immediate Family Members:
4. Educational Achievements:
5. Positions Held (Political/Nonpolitical) :
[b][size=100][color=#0080FF]Part F. Nation's Activity Details[/color][/size][/b]
1. Do you intend on participating in League of Nations Role Play?
2. Will you join our Discord server?
3. What do you plan to contribute to the League of Nations?
[Blocktext][tab=30][/tab]I, [Name of Head of State], on behalf of the people of [Name of Nation Here], hereby submits this application with all truth and honesty and will hereby respect the decision of the General Secretariat.
[Name of Head of State]
[Name of Nation Here][/Blocktext]
Rodeasia - League Representative: Alastair the 1st
Orslan - League Representative: Yen Nguyen
Pederal na Republika ng Pilipinas - League Representative: Mrs. Grace Abad
Yatzatz - League Representative: Yandul Hartum
Merni - League Representative: Mr Sepon Nera
Kettering Town - League Representative: Johann Stamm
The United Vex Imperium - League Representative: Karl Phranz
The Imperium Empires - League Representative: Alex Fieldstone
Emerstari - League Representative: Nathaniel Thomas Hendrie
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Pederal na Republika ng Pilipinas
The LPF Military Exchange.
The LPF military exchange is open to all members of The League of Nations. Read the LPF Peacekeeping Charter Below! Members wishing to station troops may only do so with the approval of a sovereign nation. Please negotiate either here or via telegram with the nation(s) you wish to exchange with.
LPF peacekeeping operations may only be deployed with the consent of the main parties to the conflict. This requires a commitment by the parties to a political process. Their acceptance of a peacekeeping operation provides The League of Nations with the necessary freedom of action, both political and physical, to carry out its mandated tasks. In the absence of such consent, a peacekeeping operation risks becoming a party to the conflict; and being drawn towards enforcement action, and away from the fundamental goals of the peacekeeping the process.
The fact that the main parties have given their consent to the deployment of LPF peacekeeping operation does not necessarily imply or guarantee that there will also be consent at the local level, particularly if the main parties are internally divided or have weak command and control systems. Universality of consent becomes even less probable in volatile settings, characterized by the presence of armed groups not under the control of any of the parties, or by the presence of other spoilers.
Impartiality is crucial to maintaining the consent and cooperation of the main parties, but should not be confused with neutrality or inactivity. LPF peacekeepers should be impartial in their dealings with the parties to the conflict, but not neutral in the execution of their mandate.
Just as a good referee is impartial, but will penalize infractions, so a peacekeeping operation should not condone actions by the parties that violate the undertakings of the peace process or the international norms and principles that the LPF peacekeeping operation intends to uphold.
Notwithstanding the need to establish and maintain good relations with the parties, a peacekeeping operation must scrupulously avoid activities that might compromise its image of impartiality. A mission should not shy away from a rigorous application of the principle of impartiality for fear of misinterpretation or retaliation.
Failure to do so may undermine the peacekeeping operation’s credibility and legitimacy, and may lead to a withdrawal of consent for its presence by one or more of the parties
Rule of Force Mandate
LPF peacekeeping operations are not an enforcement tool. However, they may use force at the tactical level, with the authorization of the sovereign nation, if acting in self-defence and defence of the mandate.
In certain volatile situations, the sovereign nation has given LPF peacekeeping operations “robust” mandates authorizing them to “use all necessary means” to deter forceful attempts to disrupt the political process, protect civilians under imminent threat of physical attack, and/or assist the national authorities in maintaining law and order. Although on the ground they may sometimes appear similar, robust peacekeeping should not be confused with peace enforcement, as envisaged this charter:
•Robust peacekeeping involves the use of force at the tactical level with the authorization of the sovereign nation and consent of the assisting nation and/or the main parties to the conflict.
•By contrast, peace enforcement does not require the consent of the main parties and may involve the use of military force at the strategic or international level, which is normally prohibited for Member States, unless authorized by the sovereign nation.
An LPF peacekeeping operation should only use force as a measure of last resort. It should always be calibrated in a precise, proportional and appropriate manner, within the principle of the minimum force necessary to achieve the desired effect, while sustaining consent for the mission and its mandate. The use of force by an LPF peacekeeping operation always has political implications and can often give rise to unforeseen circumstances.
Judgments concerning its use need to be made at the appropriate level within a mission, based on a combination of factors including mission capability; public perceptions; humanitarian impact; force protection; safety and security of personnel; and, most importantly, the effect that such action will have on national and local consent for the mission.
Members of The League of Nations agree to sign the IPFTA and promote fair and open trade along with open boarders with fellow League of Nations members.
This trade agreement authorizes private corporations from the participating nations to import and export products, services, and jobs freely bypassing any trademark, copyright, and congressional approval of the sovereign nation. Under this agreement all trades, transactions, and jobs authorized through this agreement may be made struck void by a vote in either nation's Congress.
Section I: Commitment to Labor Laws
Corporations wishing to expand into a participating nation may do so freely but agree to follow the labor laws of the respective nation. Corporations that violate labor laws may be targeted with penalties that may not be limited to legal lawsuits and economic sanctions.
Section II: Trademark & Copyright Protections
Nations are entitled to abide by their own respective Copyright and Trademark laws. The establishment of the the IPFTA establishes new international trademark and copyright laws that all member corporations must follow. Corporations violating copyright & trademark laws will be targeted with penalties that may not be limited to legal lawsuits and economic sanctions.
Section III: Inter-Pacific Peace Tribunal (IPPT)
Nations establish an international justice tribunal which oversees corporate litigation's and consists of 1 judge from each participating member nation. This tribunal will have authority over any international incidents between participating nations. These may range from copyright and trademark disputes to human rights and immigration cases which may fall under the IPPTs jurisdiction.
IPPT judges are selected at random and each member nation reserves the right to have their judge join or abstain from a ruling. Rulings made by the IPPT are legally binding and not adhering to an IPPT ruling may result in a ban from the League of Nations and all future IPFTA trades.
Section IV: Affordable Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Commitment
Nations agree that affordable healthcare and prescription drugs are a basic right to all citizens. Under this agreement Nations will allow doctors to travel abroad for peace missions. These missions may include sending doctors and students to medical universities. Giving help and emergency aid to areas needing assistance. This will also authorize private pharmaceutical industries to expand and export their business and supplies abroad drastically reducing demand and costs on prescription drugs in participating nations.
Section V: Agriculture, Livestock, and Dairy Agreement
Nations agree to offer into the agreement unrestricted access to private Agriculture, Livestock, and Dairy sectors that were previously not accessed through past trade agreements. Nations agree to export product that meets quality standards of the purchasing nation. Nations that export product that does not meet a nations standards will not be allowed to be sold in that nation. In the event that any product causes illness or death as a result of foreign contamination, the exporting company can be held liable either via legal lawsuits or loss of trade privileges.
Section VI: Inter-Pacific Open Standard
IPFTA members agree to recognize the IPOS as a legal form of currency in their nations. Nations are not required to establish the IPOS as their official form of currency rather they are required only to accept the IPOS as a legal form of currency. The IPOS shall be valued by the economies of the most active members. This means the value of the IPOS will change depending on our economies.