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[WITHDRAWN] International Aircraft Anti-Terrorist Accord

Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 11:48 am

Hello everybody,

I'm brand new to the WA resolution drafting scene, so please excuse any incompetence I may show when it comes to this discussion. I bring to the table, on behalf of the Government Of Makko Oko, a draft of a resolution named The International Aircraft Anti-Terrorist Accord, which can be seen below:

THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 were attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

  1. The following definitions shall be used throughout this resolution.

    1. WAIATCC stands for the World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center.

    2. ITSC stands for the International Transport Safety Committee.
  2. The establishment of the WAIATCC will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

    1. WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

    2. The ITSC shall establish regulations requiring all civilian flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking.

    3. All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC's operations via yearly members dues, to be added under this resolution.

      1. If a WA member nation has no aircraft or flights system, they are exempted from paying these funds.
    4. The WAIATCC shall have national centers set up in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.
    5. All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.
  3. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

    1. The individual in question was a fugitive or wanted criminal by a WA member nation.

    2. The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft, and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

      1. This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions that are illegal, such as murder, may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.
  4. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

    1. Any weapon, unless the said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.

      1. Butter knives, forks and spoons may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.
    2. All airlines choosing to provide food service must also provide utensils during the duration of the flight that's appropriate for the food served.
  5. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. CCTV monitoring in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft. Temporary storage shall be done for every flight, with more permanent storage to be done at an airport of choice should an event constituting reporting to law enforcement happen during the flight.

    2. Technological advances shall be funded out of the World Assembly General Fund for any WA member nations who can't afford the expenses of upgrades.

    3. WA member nations may implement any other measures as deemed fit.
  6. The other provisions under this resolution do not apply if one or more of the following applies:

    1. The pilot personally knows all the passengers on board.
    2. The airline in itself, allows firearms on their flights.

      1. This only exempts the provisions on weapons, including on related provisions regarding food service. Monitoring provisions still apply.
    3. The aircraft in question is being used for hunting exclusively.
    4. If the flight is international, both WA member states have agreed to air firearm policies and the airlines in question allow firearms as well.
    5. If the flight is charter, private, shipping/freight, recreational, crop dusting or scientifically-related, the food service provisions don't apply and the CCTV monitoring is still enforced.


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 were attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

  1. The following definitions shall be used throughout this resolution.

    1. WAIATCC stands for the World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center.

    2. ITSC stands for the International Transport Safety Committee.
  2. The establishment of the WAIATCC will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

    1. WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

    2. The ITSC shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking.

      1. Military flight plans shall be excluded from this requirement, as only civilian aircraft tracking is required.

    3. All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC's operations via yearly members dues, to be added under this resolution.

      1. If a WA member nation has no aircraft or flights system, they are exempted from paying these funds.

    4. The WAIATCC shall have national centers set up in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

    5. All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.
  3. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

    1. The individual in question was a fugitive or wanted criminal by a WA member nation.

    2. The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft, and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

      1. This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions that are illegal, such as murder, may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.
  4. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

    1. Any weapon, unless the said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.

      1. Butter knives, forks and spoons may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.
    2. If an aircraft or government bans the providing of utensils by flight attendants, all passengers must be put through a metal detector before boarding the aircraft and when not eating, must give their utensils to their flight attendants.

      1. Should an aircraft not provide in-flight food service, then they're exempted for that specific flight.
  5. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. CCTV monitoring in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft. Temporary storage shall be done for every flight, with more permanent storage to be done at an airport of choice should an event constituting reporting to law enforcement happen during the flight.

    2. Technological advances shall be funded out of the World Assembly General Fund for any WA member nations who can't afford the expenses of upgrades.

    3. WA member nations may implement any other measures as deemed fit.
  6. The other provisions under this resolution do not apply if one or more of the following applies:

    1. The pilot personally knows all the passengers on board.
    2. The airline in itself, allows firearms on their flights.

      1. This only exempts the provisions on weapons, including on related provisions regarding food service. Monitoring provisions still apply.
    3. The aircraft in question is being used for hunting exclusively (referred otherwise as hunting aircraft).
    4. If the flight is international, both WA member states have agreed to air firearm policies and the airlines in question allow firearms as well.
    5. If the flight is charter, private, shipping/freight, recreational, crop dusting or scientifically-related, the food service provisions don't apply and the CCTV monitoring is still enforced.


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 were attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

  1. The following definitions shall be used throughout this resolution.

    1. WAIATCC stands for the World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center.

    2. ITSC stands for the International Transport Safety Committee.
  2. The establishment of the WAIATCC will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

    1. WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

    2. The ITSC shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking.

      1. Military flight plans shall be excluded from this requirement, as only civilian aircraft tracking is required.

    3. All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC's operations via yearly members dues, to be added under this resolution.

      1. If a WA member nation has no aircraft or flights system, they are exempted from paying these funds.

    4. The WAIATCC shall have national centers set up in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

    5. All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.
  3. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

    1. The individual in question was a fugitive or wanted criminal by a WA member nation.

    2. The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft, and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

      1. This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions that are illegal, such as murder, may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.
  4. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

    1. Any weapon, unless the said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.

      1. Butter knives, forks and spoons may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.
    2. If an aircraft or government bans the providing of utensils by flight attendants, all passengers must be put through a metal detector before boarding the aircraft and when not eating, must give their utensils to their flight attendants.

      1. Should an aircraft not provide in-flight food service, then they're exempted for that specific flight.
  5. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. CCTV monitoring in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft. Temporary storage shall be done for every flight, with more permanent storage to be done at an airport of choice should an event constituting reporting to law enforcement happen during the flight.

    2. Technological advances shall be funded out of the World Assembly General Fund for any WA member nations who can't afford the expenses of upgrades.

    3. WA member nations may implement any other measures as deemed fit.


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 were attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

  1. The following definitions shall be used throughout this resolution.

    1. WAIATCC stands for the World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center.

    2. ITSC stands for the International Transport Safety Committee.
  2. The establishment of the WAIATCC will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

    1. WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

    2. The ITSC shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking (as stipulated in GAR#342).

    3. All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC's operations via yearly members dues, to be added under this resolution.

    4. The WAIATCC shall have national centers set up in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

    5. All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.
  3. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

    1. The individual in question was a fugitive or wanted criminal by a WA member nation.

    2. The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft, and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

      1. This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.
  4. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

    1. Any weapon, unless the said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.
    1. Butter knives, forks and spoons may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.
    1. If an aircraft or government bans the providing of utensils by flight attendants, all passengers must be patted down and searched before boarding the aircraft and when not eating, must give their utensils to their flight attendants.
  5. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. CCTV monitoring and cloud uploading of said footage in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft.

    2. Technological advances shall be funded out of the World Assembly General Fund for any WA member nations who can't afford the expenses of upgrades.

    3. WA member nations may implement any other measures as deemed fit.


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 were attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

  1. The following definitions shall be used throughout this resolution.

    1. WAIATCC stands for the World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center.
    2. ITSC stands for the International Transport Safety Committee.
  2. The establishment of the WAIATCC will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

    1. WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

    2. The ITSC shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking (as stipulated in GAR#342).

    3. All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC's operations via yearly members dues, to be added under this resolution.

    4. The WAIATCC shall have national centers set up in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

    5. All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.
  3. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

    1. The individual in question was a fugitive or wanted criminal by a WA member nation.

    2. The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft, and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

      1. This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.
  4. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

    1. Any weapon, unless the said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.
    1. Butter knives, forks and spoons may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.
    1. If an aircraft or government bans the providing of utensils by flight attendants, all passengers must be patted down and searched before boarding the aircraft and when not eating, must give their utensils to their flight attendants.
  5. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. CCTV monitoring and cloud uploading of said footage in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft.

    2. Technological advances shall be funded out of the World Assembly General Fund for any WA member nations who can't afford the expenses of upgrades.

    3. WA member nations may implement any other measures as deemed fit.


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 were attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

  1. The following definitions shall be used throughout this resolution.

    1. WAIATCC stands for the World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center.
    2. ITSC stands for the International Transport Safety Committee.
  2. The establishment of the WAIATCC will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

    1. WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

    2. The ITSC shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking (as stipulated in GAR#342).

    3. All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC's operations via yearly members dues, to be added under this resolution.

    4. The WAIATCC shall have national centers set up in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

    5. All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.
  3. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

    1. The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

    2. The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft, and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

      1. This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.
  4. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

    1. Any weapon, unless the said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.
    1. Butter knives may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.
  5. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. CCTV monitoring and cloud uploading of said footage in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft.

    2. A "no-hands" detection system whereas if a pilot removes their hands from the wheel of the aircraft while not in autopilot mode, the aircraft locks into autopilot mode until a valid fingerprint in the airlines' database is placed and detected on the fingerprint scanner.

    3. Military operations as authorized by the WA member nation's airspace currently over, or, if over international airspace, the WA member nation's police force that is situated on the aircraft.

    4. Military operations shall only be condoned and authorized under this resolution for hostage rescues and diverting hijacked aircraft.
  6. The following airport security provisions shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

    1. Military airports and bases shall be excluded from these provisions and are as such not required to setup security provisions or checkpoints.
    2. Funding towards a national airport security agency shall be enforced onto all WA member nations.

      1. The national airport security agencies shall guard and setup checkpoints at the WA member nation's airports.
      2. The airports within the WA member nation do have the right to deny the national airport security agencies from guarding their airports etc. but must hire private security if they do as such.
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THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 was attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

1. The establishment of the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

1(A). WA member nations shall be required to participate in the WAIATCC as a condition of membership.

1(B). The International Transport Safety Committee (ITSC) shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking (as stipulated in GAR#342).

1(C). All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center)'s operations via yearly member's dues, to be added under this resolution.

1(D). The WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) shall have national centers setup in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

1(E). All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.

2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.

3. The following provisions shall be hereby established and enforced as international crimes on all civilian flights.

3(A). Any weapon, unless said weapon is held by an authorized law enforcement official of a WA member nation, may not be held or obtained on any civilian flights.

3(A)(1). Butter knives may be provided only for in-flight food & dining services and must be seized by flight attendants once their meal is completed.

4. The following aircraft hijacking protections shall be put in place and must be established by all WA member nations.

4(A). CCTV monitoring and cloud uploading of said footage in the cockpit and related staff areas of all civilian aircraft.

4(B). A "no-hands" detection system whereas if a pilot removes their hands from the wheel of the aircraft while not in autopilot mode, the aircraft locks into autopilot mode until a valid fingerprint in the airlines database is placed and detected on the fingerprint scanner.

4(C). Military operations as authorized by the WA member nation's airspace currently over, or, if over international airspace, the WA member nation's police force that is situated on the aircraft.

4(C)(1). Military operations shall only be condoned and authorized under this resolution for hostage rescues and diverting hijacked aircraft.


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international anti-terrorism protocols for the airspace

The World Assembly,

Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 was attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, this enacts the following provisions:

1. The establishment of the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) will occur under this resolution with the following stipulations.

1(A). WA member nations shall be required to participate in at least a minor capacity.

1(B). The International Transport Safety Committee (ITSC) shall establish regulations requiring all flight plans and manifests of WA member nations to be submitted to the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) as soon as created for the purposes of flight tracking (as stipulated in GAR#342).

1(C). All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center)'s operations via yearly member's dues, to be added under this resolution.

1(D). The WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) shall have national centers setup in each WA member nation for the purposes of local terrorism monitoring of individual airspaces.

1(E). All WA member nations are to share their no-fly lists with the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center) for distribution to other WA member nations and for anti-terrorism.

2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.

3. If an arrest has been made by an air policing force, the stipulations under this article shall apply.

3(A). If over a WA member nation's airspace, they shall be prosecuted under the national laws of that nation.

3(B). If over international waters or over the land under WA control, they shall be prosecuted by the International World Assembly Tribunal (IWAT).


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international policing standards on board civilian flights

World Assembly Members,

Realizing the angle of which that WAR#342 and WAR#464 was attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no current World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, I propose The International Aircraft Anti-Terrorist Accord with the following provisions:

1. All WA member nations shall establish a policing protocol to ensure the protection from terrorists on all civilian transport aircraft.

1(A). WA member nations may at their discretion setup an exclusively air-based police force for the policing of all flights within their airspace.

1(A)(1). Jurisdiction of air-based police forces is based upon the origin of the flight. If it leaves from a nation named "This" and heads to a nation named "That" then only police from the nation of "This" would be authorized on the flight.

1(B). The International Transport Safety Committee (ITSC) shall establish regulations requiring an air policing force on all civilian transport aircraft.

1(C). Regulation of air policing shall be established solely by the International Transport Safety Committee (ITSC) and any WA resolutions that shall be enacted.

1(D). The World Assembly General Fund (WAGF) may assist and fund expenses for establishing these protocols and police forces should there be a determination that said expenses would be insolvent without the WA's assistance.

2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.

3. If an arrest has been made by an air policing force, the stipulations under this article shall apply.

3(A). If over a WA member nation's airspace, they shall be prosecuted under the national laws of that nation.

3(B). If over international waters or over the land under WA control, they shall be prosecuted by the International World Assembly Tribunal (IWAT).


THE INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT ANTI-TERRORIST ACCORD

Category: International Security

A resolution to establish international policing standards on board civilian flights

World Assembly Members,

Realizing the angle of which that WAR#342 and WAR#464 was attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no current World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, I propose The International Aircraft Anti-Terrorist Accord with the following provisions:

1. The World Assembly International Police Agency (WAIPA) shall establish a dedicated police force authorized to bear arms on all civilian transport aircraft for the purposes of anti-terrorism and crime prevention.

1(A). The World Assembly International Police Agency (WAIPA) shall not have policing authority on any civilian transport aircraft should the WA member nation have their own air policing force (ex. Air Marshals).

1(B). The International Transport Safety Committee (ITSC) shall establish regulations requiring an air policing force of either the WA member nation's or of the World Assembly's.

1(C). Regulation of air policing shall be established solely by the International Transport Safety Committee (ITSC) and any WA resolutions that shall be enacted.

2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

3. If an arrest has been made by an air policing force, the stipulations under this article shall apply.

3(A). If by a WA member nation, they shall be prosecuted by that nation on their territory.

3(B). If by the World Assembly International Police Agency (WAIPA), they shall be prosecuted by the International World Assembly Tribunal (IWAT).


Let's make this the best WA resolution, I'll take any feedback and advice, especially from the veteran WA resolution authors.
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Postby Tinhampton » Mon Mar 28, 2022 1:35 pm

GA#2 bans the establishment of WA polices.
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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 1:45 pm

Tinhampton wrote:GA#2 bans the establishment of WA polices.

OOC: Please don't be a troll. GA#2, known as the "Rights And Duties Of WA States", does not ban the establishment of WA policies in any manner. If it did, the WA would be essentially useless. If you have nothing of actual value to contribute, then don't say anything at all.
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Postby Xanthorrhoea » Mon Mar 28, 2022 1:48 pm

Makko Oko wrote:
Tinhampton wrote:GA#2 bans the establishment of WA polices.

OOC: Please don't be a troll. GA#2, known as the "Rights And Duties Of WA States", does not ban the establishment of WA policies in any manner. If it did, the WA would be essentially useless. If you have nothing of actual value to contribute, then don't say anything at all.

Tin doesn’t have a typo.

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Postby Ardiveds » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:08 pm

Makko Oko wrote:
Tinhampton wrote:GA#2 bans the establishment of WA polices.

OOC: Please don't be a troll. GA#2, known as the "Rights And Duties Of WA States", does not ban the establishment of WA policies in any manner. If it did, the WA would be essentially useless. If you have nothing of actual value to contribute, then don't say anything at all.

OOC: Polices (plural of police) not policies . WA can't have its own police of any kind as per GA#2
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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:11 pm

Ardiveds wrote:
Makko Oko wrote:OOC: Please don't be a troll. GA#2, known as the "Rights And Duties Of WA States", does not ban the establishment of WA policies in any manner. If it did, the WA would be essentially useless. If you have nothing of actual value to contribute, then don't say anything at all.

OOC: Polices (plural of police) not policies . WA can't have its own police of any kind as per GA#2


OOC: Ah, my apologies then. It does indeed do that. Well there is a way around that, I could modify the resolution to where all WA member nations must create a police force and/or put police officers on all flights within their own nation, and authorize funds from the WAGF (World Assembly General Fund) should they not be able to cover the stipulations under the resolution. I was also maybe a bit harsh, assuming it was a troll, again, my bad, and I apologize to Tinhampton for the mistake.

I'll update the draft in a little bit to make way for the changes, thank you both for pointing it out.

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Postby Outer Sparta » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:20 pm

Makko Oko wrote:
Tinhampton wrote:GA#2 bans the establishment of WA polices.

OOC: Please don't be a troll. GA#2, known as the "Rights And Duties Of WA States", does not ban the establishment of WA policies in any manner. If it did, the WA would be essentially useless. If you have nothing of actual value to contribute, then don't say anything at all.

Polices, not policies, which refers to the establishment of a WA police force. Tin is right and please don't be so immediately dismissive, which doesn't help your case at all.
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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:24 pm

Outer Sparta wrote:
Makko Oko wrote:OOC: Please don't be a troll. GA#2, known as the "Rights And Duties Of WA States", does not ban the establishment of WA policies in any manner. If it did, the WA would be essentially useless. If you have nothing of actual value to contribute, then don't say anything at all.

Polices, not policies, which refers to the establishment of a WA police force. Tin is right and please don't be so immediately dismissive, which doesn't help your case at all.


OOC: I will work to and try to not be as such in the future, thank you all again and again I'm sorry for the mix-up. I've created a 2nd draft that hopefully clears up the legality of it so it no longer violates WAR#2.

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Postby Barfleur » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:31 pm

OOC: I take some issue with clause 1(A), as it implies that were it not for the passage of this proposals, member nations would not already possess the power to organize their air police/air marshals branch as they see fit. As to clause 3, if a person is arrested in an airplane in flight over a member nation's territory, why is it necessary that the offender be prosecuted in a national court under national laws if they did not violate any national laws? For example, a person arrested in the air for violating a WA resolution may be entirely innocent of violating the criminal laws of the nation over which the arrest was made, so why must they be prosecuted in a court which has no jurisdiction?
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Postby Wayneactia » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:32 pm

I would advise perusing this as there are a few contradictions.
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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:35 pm

Wayneactia wrote:I would advise perusing this as there are a few contradictions.


"Ah, thank you Ambassador. Our government missed this key piece of information during legislative review. I would agree with your contradictions, is there anything that can be suggested to bring it into compliance? We do not wish to repeal such legislation at this time. We do feel something can still be done more than what that resolution has done, this resolution's focus is anti-terrorism and security, so that is what we'll be focusing on for feedback."

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Postby Wayneactia » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:41 pm

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Wayneactia wrote:I would advise perusing this as there are a few contradictions.


"Ah, thank you Ambassador. Our government missed this key piece of information during legislative review. I would agree with your contradictions, is there anything that can be suggested to bring it into compliance? We do not wish to repeal such legislation at this time. We do feel something can still be done more than what that resolution has done, this resolution's focus is anti-terrorism and security, so that is what we'll be focusing on for feedback."

You would have to remove the policing mandate. Nations are already urged to place adequate personnel on flights into high risk areas. You could focus on international cooperation on that matter though. A committee such as the "International Air Terrorism Coordination Centre" or something of that nature, and have them share information. The CAA doesn't mandate that, and they do it in real life. So why not here?
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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:45 pm

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Makko Oko wrote:
"Ah, thank you Ambassador. Our government missed this key piece of information during legislative review. I would agree with your contradictions, is there anything that can be suggested to bring it into compliance? We do not wish to repeal such legislation at this time. We do feel something can still be done more than what that resolution has done, this resolution's focus is anti-terrorism and security, so that is what we'll be focusing on for feedback."

You would have to remove the policing mandate. Nations are already urged to place adequate personnel on flights into high risk areas. You could focus on international cooperation on that matter though. A committee such as the "International Air Terrorism Coordination Centre" or something of that nature, and have them share information. The CAA doesn't mandate that, and they do it in real life. So why not here?


"Splendid idea Ambassador! We in the government are glad to have your assistance and thank you kindly for it!"

OOC: Will make the changes at once, but will go slower most likely starting tomorrow
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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 2:59 pm

Barfleur wrote:OOC: I take some issue with clause 1(A), as it implies that were it not for the passage of this proposals, member nations would not already possess the power to organize their air police/air marshals branch as they see fit. As to clause 3, if a person is arrested in an airplane in flight over a member nation's territory, why is it necessary that the offender be prosecuted in a national court under national laws if they did not violate any national laws? For example, a person arrested in the air for violating a WA resolution may be entirely innocent of violating the criminal laws of the nation over which the arrest was made, so why must they be prosecuted in a court which has no jurisdiction?


"You make a fair point Ambassador! That clause I am still thinking on...but for the moment, I will strike it out, and we can all revisit it later"

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Postby Attempted Socialism » Mon Mar 28, 2022 3:01 pm

As just one initial comment, in your introduction you missed that the resolution text becomes the resolution upon adoption, so your text has to be written from the perspective of the WA, and as the resolution you want passed. As such:
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is directed towards the WA members, rather than being the World Assembly doing something. Just edit it to "The World Assembly," or the like (Depending on what style you prefer).
Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 was attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, I propose The International Aircraft Anti-Terrorist Accord with the following provisions:
Here you're speaking as the character proposing legislation, but the proper form is for the World Assembly to enact provisions. The easy edit is in the last part; delete everything from I and replace with "enacts the following provisions" (Or another formulation which fits your chosen style).


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Postby Makko Oko » Mon Mar 28, 2022 3:03 pm

Attempted Socialism wrote:As just one initial comment, in your introduction you missed that the resolution text becomes the resolution upon adoption, so your text has to be written from the perspective of the WA, and as the resolution you want passed. As such:
World Assembly Members,
is directed towards the WA members, rather than being the World Assembly doing something. Just edit it to "The World Assembly," or the like (Depending on what style you prefer).
Realizing the angle of which that GAR#342 and GAR#464 was attempting to accomplish, along with the fact that there's no currently dedicated World Assembly resolution enacted that guarantees anti-terrorist protections in the airspace of the international community, I propose The International Aircraft Anti-Terrorist Accord with the following provisions:
Here you're speaking as the character proposing legislation, but the proper form is for the World Assembly to enact provisions. The easy edit is in the last part; delete everything from I and replace with "enacts the following provisions" (Or another formulation which fits your chosen style).


"Ambassador, your comments and feedback are well-liked by our government, and as such will implement the changes post-haste to conform to WA standards. Our great nation thanks you."

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Postby Ardiveds » Tue Mar 29, 2022 8:48 am

WA member nations shall be required to participate in at least a minor capacity

"Just make this proposal mild strength and makes these recommendations or just go full mandate. 'participate in at least a minor capacity' is just vague and unhelpful (OOC: and maybe illegal)."
All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center)'s operations via yearly member's dues, to be added under this resolution.

"We already have WA General Fund as per GAR 17 for funding committees."
2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.

"Didn't we get rid of the air police mandates?"
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Postby Makko Oko » Tue Mar 29, 2022 9:06 am

Ardiveds wrote:
WA member nations shall be required to participate in at least a minor capacity

"Just make this proposal mild strength and makes these recommendations or just go full mandate. 'participate in at least a minor capacity' is just vague and unhelpful (OOC: and maybe illegal)."
All WA member nations shall help fund the WAIATCC (World Assembly International Airspace Terrorism Coordination Center)'s operations via yearly member's dues, to be added under this resolution.

"We already have WA General Fund as per GAR 17 for funding committees."
2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.

"Didn't we get rid of the air police mandates?"
OOC: Also, I recommend deleting clauses that are no longer in effect in the latest draft instead of striking them.


"My apologies for the confusions thrust upon you Ambassador, it shall be a full mandate and the changes will be made to reflect that in the coming days. As for section 2, we (OOC: I) weren't sure if rather or not to delete those, even if the air police mandates are removed. For your final feedback on deletion instead of striking, we can agree to this and will be making those changes as such as soon as possible.

For your WA general fund, does it cover as such this, or should that piece be modified to incorporate WA general funding?"

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Postby Ardiveds » Tue Mar 29, 2022 9:44 am

Makko Oko wrote:
Ardiveds wrote:"Just make this proposal mild strength and makes these recommendations or just go full mandate. 'participate in at least a minor capacity' is just vague and unhelpful (OOC: and maybe illegal)."

"We already have WA General Fund as per GAR 17 for funding committees."

"Didn't we get rid of the air police mandates?"
OOC: Also, I recommend deleting clauses that are no longer in effect in the latest draft instead of striking them.


"My apologies for the confusions thrust upon you Ambassador, it shall be a full mandate and the changes will be made to reflect that in the coming days. As for section 2, we (OOC: I) weren't sure if rather or not to delete those, even if the air police mandates are removed. For your final feedback on deletion instead of striking, we can agree to this and will be making those changes as such as soon as possible.

For your WA general fund, does it cover as such this, or should that piece be modified to incorporate WA general funding?"

"The General fund provides funds for all WA operations including all its committees. It'll cover this as well."
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Postby Desmosthenes and Burke » Tue Mar 29, 2022 12:54 pm

Makko Oko wrote:
2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.


No. This entire provision should be removed, in its entirety. There is no WA prohibition against, say, drowning your husband like a sack of dumb puppies. Nevertheless, should you do so while flying over international waters outside of any nation's airspace, security should still be allowed to arrest you and hand you over to whichever authorities are relevant should you try.
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Postby Ardiveds » Tue Mar 29, 2022 1:21 pm

Desmosthenes and Burke wrote:
Makko Oko wrote:
2. An arrest made by any air policing force shall happen only under the following provisions.

2(A). The arrest was not made due to a violation of national laws, but of international laws, unless over the police force's WA member nation's airspace.

2(B). The arrest was deemed necessary to the security of the flight, of the aircraft and of any individuals situated on said aircraft.

2(B)(1). This article may not apply if there is sufficient proof that malicious actions may be conducted by said arrested individual once the aircraft lands.


No. This entire provision should be removed, in its entirety. There is no WA prohibition against, say, drowning your husband like a sack of dumb puppies. Nevertheless, should you do so while flying over international waters outside of any nation's airspace, security should still be allowed to arrest you and hand you over to whichever authorities are relevant should you try.

OOC: Especially because now that the air police are gone, these provisions are basically for no one.
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Postby Wayneactia » Tue Mar 29, 2022 1:41 pm

Ardiveds wrote:
Desmosthenes and Burke wrote:
No. This entire provision should be removed, in its entirety. There is no WA prohibition against, say, drowning your husband like a sack of dumb puppies. Nevertheless, should you do so while flying over international waters outside of any nation's airspace, security should still be allowed to arrest you and hand you over to whichever authorities are relevant should you try.

OOC: Especially because now that the air police are gone, these provisions are basically for no one.

Air police are not gone had you read the entire thread. I pointed out that the Civilian Aircraft Accord already makes those provisions.
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Postby Ardiveds » Tue Mar 29, 2022 2:32 pm

Wayneactia wrote:
Ardiveds wrote:OOC: Especially because now that the air police are gone, these provisions are basically for no one.

Air police are not gone had you read the entire thread. I pointed out that the Civilian Aircraft Accord already makes those provisions.

OOC: sorry, missed that one
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Postby Desmosthenes and Burke » Tue Mar 29, 2022 2:38 pm

Ardiveds wrote:OOC: sorry, missed that one


It still fails to solve the issue of what they are empowered to do that this resolution would create.

(Even though I think Wayneactia is grossly overstating the case in regards to what the provisions of Civilian Aircraft Accord actually do, it does not block anyone from providing police in a more generalised manner if they so chose)
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Postby Wayneactia » Tue Mar 29, 2022 2:46 pm

Desmosthenes and Burke wrote:
Ardiveds wrote:OOC: sorry, missed that one


It still fails to solve the issue of what they are empowered to do that this resolution would create.

(Even though I think Wayneactia is grossly overstating the case in regards to what the provisions of Civilian Aircraft Accord actually do, it does not block anyone from providing police in a more generalised manner if they so chose)

Only if this resolution or the CAA had made the provisions limited to those resoultions. The CAA does not, and this builds upon it.
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