Vote Recommendation: Against
This proposal presents a case for commending One Small Island (OSI), a notable Warzones player. Notable facts the proposal details include OSI's creation and governance of The Sandcastle Kingdom and Warzone Empire, two staples in the Warzone community, their assistance in freeing Warzone Australia from Lardyland and helping stabilize the region, their notable reign as the longest continuous World Assembly Delegate among all Warzones, and their leadership in pursuing diplomatic relationships with major regions such as The Rejected Realms, 10000 Islands, and The East Pacific among others.
There is no doubt in our minds that One Small Island is indeed commendable. However, we do not believe that this proposal makes an adequate case for such commendability. Major points of contention we have include the fact that the proposal fails to adequately cover OSI's work for the Warzone Empire, especially politically, the mention of their cards-related endeavors do not advance the case for OSI's commendability, and that there is a significant lack of detail when it comes to the diplomatic achievements of OSI and how exactly they benefited the Warzones where such diplomatic ties were established.
We are furthermore perturbed by the vagueness and lack of supporting detail in several points, such as how long the peace bartered by OSI's activities in 2019 lasted for, specific examples of military leaders and past Warzone leadership that OSI's own military leadership brought out to bolster the defense of Warzone Sandbox, and how exactly the foundation of The Sandcastle Kingdom and the Warzone Empire were significant.
Authors must keep in mind that Resolutions should be able to educate people in the future on the specifics of a nominee's achievements. Unfortunately, this proposal does not fulfill that expectation. Thus, the above flaws and concerns preclude support from us.
For the above reasons, the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs recommends a vote Against the Security Council Resolution at vote, "Commend One Small Island".
Sponsored by the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs of The North Pacific.