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Repeal "Physical Sites Protection Act"

Repeal "Physical Sites Protection Act"  

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Repeal "Physical Sites Protection Act"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal Resolution: GA#244 Proposed by: The Dourian Embassy


Description: WA General Assembly Resolution #244: Physical Sites Protection Act (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: All Businesses) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.

Argument: The World Assembly,

Acknowledging the good intentions of GA#244,

Believing, however, that the vast assortment of sites in WA nations would be better handled by those individual nations,

Further insisting that the WA cannot begin to comprehend the cultural significance, nor regulate the use of innumerable sites that exist in WA nations,

Clarifying that man-made sites may become significant through their commercial use, and that banning such use would irreparably harm a site's cultural significance,

Insisting that the PHPC’s interference in a nation’s preservation could actually cause more harm to the site’s integrity and value,

Noting the development of a culturally significant site may be tied directly to non-interference in its creation and maintenance,

Realizing that individual nations can protect their cultural heritage more efficiently and effectively than the World Assembly as a whole,

Considering the flaws present in the original resolution, and confident in the ability of WA nations to legislate on this issue individually,

Hereby repeals GA#244.

Co-Authored by gatchina__125425t2.gifGatchina

Votes For: 6,725 (77%)

Votes Against: 2,001 (23%)

Voting Ends: in 2 days 16 hours

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As the forum poll has a draw (2-2) between for and against, I'm lodging the Delegate vote in the World Assembly based on my own vote, which was against the repeal.

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