GA Proposal: Repeal: “Promotion Of Recycling” Mar 5, 2020 19:41:42 GMT -5 via mobile
Post by Lenlyvit on Mar 5, 2020 19:41:42 GMT -5
Repeal: “Promotion Of Recycling”
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.
Proposed by: Biscany
General Assembly Resolution #483 “Promotion of Recycling” (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: All Businesses - Mild) shall be struck out and rendered null and void.
The World Assembly,
Cognizant of the dire decadency of the modern global environment and its state, the efforts of GA#483's author to both combat this and to promote international recycling, and as well as the author's expressed knowledge of the fiscal implications of their resolution;
Observing, however, that the language in Clause 3 stating: "[The World Assembly hereby] requires its member nations to encourage participation in recycling and salvaging..." is vague and problematically ambiguous, being left to the interpretation of affected member nations; allowing for the possibility of loophole perversion of this aforementioned clause; sowing seeds of circumvention to the clause's requirement and therefore most possibly rendering it profoundly weak or completely impotent;
Perturbed by the "economical concerns" as referenced in the bill's introduction, with sight that the requirement for a member nation to encourage recycling by means of "legislation, incentives, or penalization," as stated (also) in Clause 3, creates abusive regulations; allowing larger businesses who can likely afford to abide by these standards to oppress their competition, restraining the growth of smaller businesses who may struggle with keeping their production up to code, no matter how minor the recycling and salvaging required may be, and/or punishing the latter; therefore eventually generating an unhealthy, unjust economic growth gap between small and large business;
Thereby concluding that, unfortunately, GA#483's 3rd Clause festers cumbersome logistical issues along with the opportune loopholes thereof, and breeds divide between small and big businesses ex its added environmental requirements which supersede its professed environmental importance;
Further concluding that this bill falls short of accomplishing what it was originally created for in a profound manner;
Thusly failing to see this bill being enforced effectively;
• Ardently wishes for a new, more effective and more thorough proposal to take the place of GA#483 in The General Assembly;
• Views this international body further sustaining this resolution as unnecessary and repeals General Assembly Resolution #483.
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