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Galapagos Negotiations [IC]

Postby Meretica » Thu Jan 06, 2022 7:57 pm

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Rules:
1. Attending nations must stay until a compromise is reached or a majority of attending members votes that compromise is impossible.
2. Profanity and personal attacks are not to be used during negotiations.
3. The treaty must be filled in and edited at the agreement of the majority of the attending nations.
4. The treaty must be agreed by a majority to be fair and accomplish these goals:
-Keeping the peace indefinitely
-Reforms in the Galapagos to prevent an authoritarian regime of any kind from ruling the nation
-Pulling Coalition forces out of the Galapagos without creating a power vacuum
-Stabilize the region
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Postby Meretica » Thu Jan 06, 2022 8:27 pm

Governor Obama, a COnservative from Nevada, arrives and sits down at a large, round table with three dozen seats around it. She expects that more nations will arrive to be represented at the talks soon.
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 5:56 am

Fred Edwards also arrives at the meeting, and takes his seat.
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 8:49 am

Chad Koingsmount walks in and takes a seat
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 10:33 am

Fred Edwards would put the following debatable treaty on the table:

The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.
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Postby Deblar » Fri Jan 07, 2022 10:40 am

The Deblarian representative Lucas Vinney arrived, taking a seat
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 11:07 am

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:Fred Edwards would put the following debatable treaty on the table:

The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.

Articles 5 through 9 are completely unacceptable, as they are just more attempts at enslaving the Galapagos and making sure it remains defenseless against further invasion from you when the people speak there mind. Article 2 is flawed and we will only accept a total and quick pullout of slaver troops. Article 4 should be edited and the governed should be completely abolished due to its unpopularity. Finally article 1 should be edited to ensure no communist nor socialist parties can run although liberal ones are allowed.
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 11:49 am

The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:
Southeast Marajarbia wrote:Fred Edwards would put the following debatable treaty on the table:

The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.

Articles 5 through 9 are completely unacceptable, as they are just more attempts at enslaving the Galapagos and making sure it remains defenseless against further invasion from you when the people speak there mind. Article 2 is flawed and we will only accept a total and quick pullout of slaver troops. Article 4 should be edited and the governed should be completely abolished due to its unpopularity. Finally article 1 should be edited to ensure no communist nor socialist parties can run although liberal ones are allowed.


"Articles 5 through 9 are completely fair to ensure that a free democratic process takes place, as well as to limit and/or prevent the fascist authoritarian dictatorship known as the GLA from taking advantage of any power vaccums." Said Fred Edwards.
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Postby Deblar » Fri Jan 07, 2022 11:55 am

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:Fred Edwards would put the following debatable treaty on the table:

The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.

Lucas would comment.

“This treaty has decent bones, but I do have some concerns. Article 2 I feel is two vague; what would be the timetable for a withdrawal? Weeks? Months? Years? Article 5 I also have a problem with, as it makes it seem that the coalition aims to have the Galapagosian economy run chiefly by foreign corporations in what could be seen as a thinly veiled attempt to keep the Galapagos under their boot. I would suggest amending Article 9 as well to have the Provisional Council and the Galapagosian government on equal footing.”
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:00 pm

Deblar wrote:
Southeast Marajarbia wrote:Fred Edwards would put the following debatable treaty on the table:

The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.

Lucas would comment.

“This treaty has decent bones, but I do have some concerns. Article 2 I feel is two vague; what would be the timetable for a withdrawal? Weeks? Months? Years? Article 5 I also have a problem with, as it makes it seem that the coalition aims to have the Galapagosian economy run chiefly by foreign corporations in what could be seen as a thinly veiled attempt to keep the Galapagos under their boot. I would suggest amending Article 9 as well to have the Provisional Council and the Galapagosian government on equal footing.”


The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos. All Coalition Forces must be officially out of the Galapagos during a two month period. The same goes for nations that have supported the GLA.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead.

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth. This is so the Galapagos Economy does not collapse from isolation.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated. However, the Provisional Council will have limited power, and would only be able to act in situations deemed as emergencies.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.
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Postby Janpia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:21 pm

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:
Deblar wrote:Lucas would comment.

“This treaty has decent bones, but I do have some concerns. Article 2 I feel is two vague; what would be the timetable for a withdrawal? Weeks? Months? Years? Article 5 I also have a problem with, as it makes it seem that the coalition aims to have the Galapagosian economy run chiefly by foreign corporations in what could be seen as a thinly veiled attempt to keep the Galapagos under their boot. I would suggest amending Article 9 as well to have the Provisional Council and the Galapagosian government on equal footing.”


The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos. All Coalition Forces must be officially out of the Galapagos during a two month period. The same goes for nations that have supported the GLA.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead.

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth. This is so the Galapagos Economy does not collapse from isolation.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated. However, the Provisional Council will have limited power, and would only be able to act in situations deemed as emergencies.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.



Rep. Mavov: If I may be allowed to speak, I suggest that the article 5 must be rewrite as:

"Galapagos will be given the privilages of free trade from foreign nations. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be..."
.

This will make other nations not part of the coalition to receive equal rights on trading with Galapagos.
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:21 pm

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:
Deblar wrote:Lucas would comment.

“This treaty has decent bones, but I do have some concerns. Article 2 I feel is two vague; what would be the timetable for a withdrawal? Weeks? Months? Years? Article 5 I also have a problem with, as it makes it seem that the coalition aims to have the Galapagosian economy run chiefly by foreign corporations in what could be seen as a thinly veiled attempt to keep the Galapagos under their boot. I would suggest amending Article 9 as well to have the Provisional Council and the Galapagosian government on equal footing.”


The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos. All Coalition Forces must be officially out of the Galapagos during a two month period. The same goes for nations that have supported the GLA.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead.

Article 5: Foreign nations, especially pro-coalition ones, are to trade with the Galapagos. Meaning that the Galapagos is not to be isolated, in order to allow for more economic growth. This is so the Galapagos Economy does not collapse from isolation.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated. However, the Provisional Council will have limited power, and would only be able to act in situations deemed as emergencies.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.

We will still refuse to accept this treaty unless there will be major changes like we suggested
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:25 pm

The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos. All Coalition Forces must be officially out of the Galapagos during a two month period. The same goes for nations that have supported the GLA.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead.

Article 5: This will make other nations not part of the coalition to receive equal rights on trading with Galapagos. This is to ensure that the Galapagosian economy does not collapse and that nations from both sides are free to trade with the Tourist Paradise.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated. However, the Provisional Council will have limited power, and would only be able to act in situations deemed as emergencies.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.
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Postby New Antarcticania » Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:31 pm

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:The Galapagos Treaty:

Article 1: To ensure true democracy, all parties will continue to run, this includes fascist and communist parties.

Article 2: Coalition Forces will slowly pull out of the Galapagos, but the companies of coalition companies and immigrants that have arrived remain in the Galapagos. All Coalition Forces must be officially out of the Galapagos during a two month period. The same goes for nations that have supported the GLA.

Article 3: The Hard Labor Camps are to be abolished completely, and Galapagosian prisoners of war freed regardless if they are Pro-Coalition or Pro-GLA. With the Camps effectively serving as small towns and/or cities with their own farms and neighborhoods, small towns will be built on the site of each camp.

Article 4: The Galapagos shall hold elections for President and Parliament, with the position of Governor being reduced to the powers of a mere figurehead.

Article 5: This will make other nations not part of the coalition to receive equal rights on trading with Galapagos. This is to ensure that the Galapagosian economy does not collapse and that nations from both sides are free to trade with the Tourist Paradise.

Article 6: Coalition troops will establish forward operating bases off the coast of the Galapagos to ensure that, in the event of a treaty violation, these rebels can be dealt with.

Article 7: The Galapagos cannot have an army, and will have to rely on the Civil Defense Force instead.

Article 8: The Galapagos cannot have or develop nuclear weapons.

Article 9: The Provisional Council will still remain and be above the Galapagos Government temporarily to ensure that the treaty isn't violated. However, the Provisional Council will have limited power, and would only be able to act in situations deemed as emergencies.

Article 10: The Free States of the Galapagos is to be recognized by both sides as a Galapagos and nation independent from the Tourist Paradise of the Galapagos.

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>Galapagos refuses
>Reposts treaty again
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:03 pm

Since SM refuses to compromise here is the GLA peace treaty

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The GLA will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters

Now unlike SM we are willing to negotiate with some of these articles.
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:08 pm

The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:Since SM refuses to compromise here is the GLA peace treaty

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The GLA will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters

Now unlike SM we are willing to negotiate with some of these articles.


Fred Edwards: "The Marajarbian Treaty is far better than this treaty specifically because it doesn’t involve killing civilians and violates the "no authoritarian regimes taking power" parameters."
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:16 pm

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:
The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:Since SM refuses to compromise here is the GLA peace treaty

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The GLA will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters

Now unlike SM we are willing to negotiate with some of these articles.


Fred Edwards: "The Marajarbian Treaty is far better than this treaty specifically because it doesn’t involve killing civilians and violates the "no authoritarian regimes taking power" parameters."

We have promised to uphold democratic elections, while you have also promised to do that you have shown that you will not think twice about going back on them for your own self gain. But we do see your concerns and so we will make adjustments

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The Free State of the Galapagos will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters
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Postby Southeast Marajarbia » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:18 pm

The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:
Southeast Marajarbia wrote:
Fred Edwards: "The Marajarbian Treaty is far better than this treaty specifically because it doesn’t involve killing civilians and violates the "no authoritarian regimes taking power" parameters."

We have promised to uphold democratic elections, while you have also promised to do that you have shown that you will not think twice about going back on them for your own self gain. But we do see your concerns and so we will make adjustments

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The Free State of the Galapagos will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters


Fred Edwards: "Articles 3 through 7 are still not okay, violate the "no authoritarian regimes from taking power", would result in the overall failure of the peace talks, and are 0% democratic."
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:27 pm

Southeast Marajarbia wrote:
The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:We have promised to uphold democratic elections, while you have also promised to do that you have shown that you will not think twice about going back on them for your own self gain. But we do see your concerns and so we will make adjustments

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The Free State of the Galapagos will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters


Fred Edwards: "Articles 3 through 7 are still not okay, violate the "no authoritarian regimes from taking power", would result in the overall failure of the peace talks, and are 0% democratic."

Article 3 is merely to punish those who betrayed democracy and sided with the communist slavers Article 7 can be negotiated and you may be able to trade with the Galapagos under restrictions until your intentions are more clear and less barbaric
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Postby The King Isle » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:36 pm

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Postby The King Isle » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:38 pm

The Military State of the Galapagos wrote:Since SM refuses to compromise here is the GLA peace treaty

The Galapagos Peace Treaty

Article 1: The coalition forces will immediately withdraw from the Galapagos
Article 2: The GLA will assume control of the Galapagos until democratic elections can be held
Article 3: The coalition government will be imprisoned or executed depending on their role in attempting to enslave the Galapagos
Article 4: The Galapagos will abandon communism and socialism and will return to a capitalist nation
Article 5: The GLA will assume the role of the army for quick mobilization against another attempt to extinguish democracy by the coalition
Article 6: SM immigrants moved here to attempt to assimilate the Galapagos will be deported or shot
Article 7: Coalition members will not be allowed to trade with the Galapagos and will be banned from Galapagos waters

Now unlike SM we are willing to negotiate with some of these articles.

The Kingmen Representative agrees to this, the people who forced the Galapagos into Communism should be executed
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Postby Meretica » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:39 pm

Governor Obama clears her throat and begins to speak. "I do think that we ought to take a moment and let our tempers cool. There's no need to go to either extreme here. I think that both sides are being somewhat prejudicial and misinterpreting the actions of one another. Let's take a step back and talk about something a little easier, yes? I think one of the biggest priorities is to keep the peace. Why not have coalition forces sign an NAP with whatever the new government of the Galapagos is, yes?"
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Postby The Military State of the Galapagos » Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:54 pm

Meretica wrote:Governor Obama clears her throat and begins to speak. "I do think that we ought to take a moment and let our tempers cool. There's no need to go to either extreme here. I think that both sides are being somewhat prejudicial and misinterpreting the actions of one another. Let's take a step back and talk about something a little easier, yes? I think one of the biggest priorities is to keep the peace. Why not have coalition forces sign an NAP with whatever the new government of the Galapagos is, yes?"

The GLA can keep the peace just fine. The coalition forces have proven to be barbarians and slavers and are to leave immediately
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