TCN Resolution 019

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TCN Security Council
Resolution 019
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DateApril 31, 2020
Meeting no.15
CodeS/RES/2020-12[1] ([ Document])
SubjectLegalization of slavery in Sequoyah
Voting summary
  • 19 voted for
  • 1 voted against
  • 1 abstained
ResultApproved
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TCN Security Council Resolution 019, officially called Condemnation of Sequoyah and Sanctions (019), was adopted by the Terraconserva Council of Nations Security Council on April 31, 2020.

Resolution

RESOLUTION #019

To the Security Council of the Terraconserva Council of Nations

Sponsored By: Terraconserva Economic Union Council of Nations Caucus

Preambulatory:

  • Noting the legalization of involuntary service and the trade of labourers in Sequoyah,
  • Disgusted at the actions taken by Sequoyan corporations to kidnap natives and force them into slavery,
  • Appalled at Sequoyan corporations and their attempts to purchase natives from their own communities,
  • Sickened at the support of these initiatives yielded by the Sequoyan government,
  • Resolving that action against Sequoyah is necessary to mitigate both these abhorrent policies and any benefits the elites in Sequoyah may gain from them.

Operative:

  • Condemns the Republic of Sequoyah for their actions in legalizing involuntary servitude,
  • Forbids the allowance of involuntary servitude and slavery by the states of Terraconserva,
  • Prohibits the purchase of any goods or services from Sequoyah that were produced or supplied either fully or in part by involuntary labour,
  • Requests to the Terraconservan Cup that should Sequoyah use involuntary labour for any goods or services relating to the competition, that they are expelled from competing indefinitely.
  • Suggests the Council of Nations consider further action should Sequoyah not rectify their injustices.
  • Hereby condemns and sanctions the Republic of Sequoyah.

Refernces

  1. "Condemnation of Sequoyah and Sanctions (Resolution)".