TCN Resolution 028

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TCN Security Council
Resolution 028
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DateSeptember 20, 2020
Meeting no.21
CodeS/RES/2020-17[1] ([ Document])
SubjectRepealing sanctions on Sequoyah
Voting summary
  • 1 voted for
  • 17 voted against
  • 1 abstained
ResultVetoed by Eminople, Greater Sacramento, and Quebecshire
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TCN Security Council Resolution 028, officially called Repeal of TCN Resolution 019 - Condemnation of Sequoyah and Sanctions (028), was rejected by the Terraconserva Council of Nations Security Council on Setpember 20, 2020.

Resolution

RESOLUTION #028

To the Security Council of the Terraconserva Council of Nations

Sponsored By: Republic of Sequoyah

Preambulatory:

  • Noting that the Sequoyan state had previously recognized involuntary servitude and that TCN Resolution 019 was created to combat this action,
  • Recognizing that involuntary servitude has been made illegal in Sequoyah,
  • Acknowledging the actions taken by the Government of Sequoyah are eliminating illegal involuntary servitude,
  • Noting the compensation provided to those formerly held in servitude and future compensation to be provided by Sequoyah,
  • Further noting that Sequoyah must be opened to international trade to preserve its stability and encourage human development,

Operative:

  • Hereby forbids the allowance of involuntary servitude by the states of Terraconserva and repeals TCN resolution #019.

References

  1. "Repeal of TCN Resolution 019 - Condemnation of Sequoyah and Sanctions (Resolution)".