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Scotch Moen

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The Government of Folland is charging President Johnson and the Government of Acadia with Violation of the USNW Charter, specifically Article 4 of Fundamental Rights. The Right to Life and Freedom. Folland deems the recent "Sovereignty Act" is a violation to every free citizen's of the world right to true Sovereignty. With the war over and the war criminal(s) dealt with, Acadia has no more reason to remain in Fraesia, much less take control of the Government there.

The Government of Folland demands the return of Fraesia to it's people and for all Acadian control of the country to be relinquished immediately.



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As the Consul of the High Court is of Grandian origin, the Imperial Federal Kingdom shall remain neutral in this case.

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kj34

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Holy crap you scared me. MY president's last name is Johnson XD

As The Vice-Consul is from Paradise, the Commonwealth will also abstain from taking a side.

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Jack

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Oh, God. Razz

*aims nukes* XD


Acadia completely disagrees with Folland in this case, as Acadia is not denying anyone the right to life and freedom, and would like to point out that these rights are guaranteed in the Acadian Constitution.

Acadia does have a reason to remain in Fraesia as it rebuilds and stabilizes its new government. Currently Acadia is rebuilding roads, cities, government facilities, and relocating affected citizens to stable areas.


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LOL Razz




Okaiken will remain neutral as this case does not involve Okaiken in any matter.

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Scotch Moen

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Folland has no trouble with Acadia's plans to aid the country rebuild it's infrastructure. However Acadia has effectively annexed the country politically and removed the Fraesians own government. Without any say from the Fraesian people, Acadia has governed for them. As a sovereign nation, the Fraesia people have the right to their own government, not another that was recently fighting a war against them.

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Jack

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Fraesia's government is currently being constructed. Elections for seats in the assembly have already been held. There are several nomninees for President currently, and one will be sworn into office on the 1st of January.

All of this is being enforced under the Fraesian Reconstruction Act of 2012 in Acadia.

The Sovereignty Act allows Acadia to govern Fraesia until it is no-longer necessary. It has been less than a week since the law was passed.


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Scotch Moen

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And it'll be assured that all Governing of Fraesia will return to the Fraesians once the new President is sworn in?

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Jack

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Once the Fraesian Constitution is ratified (will be signed by the new Fraesian president), which requires approval from the Acadian Senate, yes it will be an independent nation.


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Scotch Moen

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A Fraesian constitution, approved by a foreign government? The constitution should be approved by the Fraesian people, not Acadian politicians wanting to exert influence.

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Moving to Active Cases. Razz

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Marqualis, although having no current foreign relations with either nation, is in full support of the current Acadian occupation of Fraesian territory until a stable political and economical state can be established

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Jack

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^Thanks! Blush

Mike: That is an opinion . Acadia still has its legal rights to govern Freasia. The constitution must be approved by the Acadian legislature in order to prevent corruption and other problems that have occured in the past.


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Scotch Moen

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And Fraesia has its legal rights to Sovereignty from foreign interference. Fraesian governance must be done by Fraesians. Such a thing as a Constitution, the foundation of a nation and for its people. Acadia has no right to decide on its content.

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Jack

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Acadia does have a right to decide on its content as the government was overthrown by Acadia. Nowhere in the charter does it say this behavior is illegal. A similar incident has occurred in the past when Insluo annexed the land on the peninsula south of them.

If you would've overthrown their government, you should have a say on the new one, don't you think?


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Scotch Moen

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The people have a say in their own government. Acadia provided the opportunity for the people, now it's up to the Fraesians to make a new one on their own.

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Jack

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That's your opinion.

Again, that is not anywhere in the charter. Therefore Acadia is breaking no laws by occupying Fraesia.


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So I have two countries, with two different opinions on this.

Insulo supports the Acadian occupation of Fraesia and does not believe Acadia has any obligation to return the lands occupied in military actions.

Kaskaskia continues to oppose the Acadian occupation of Fraesia. Kaskaskia believes that this is setting a precedent for Acadian intervention and military action against the smaller nations of Euphemia, which Kaskaskia believes is a threat to it's sovereignty and the sovereignty of its allies. Kaskaskia continues to have no official relations with the nation of Acadia.

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The Kuyrutian Government has decided to be against the occupation of Fraesia, as it has its rights of self determination and self management. It also believes it is an imperialistic government that only is determined on a nineteenth century expansion in this modern twenty first century world.


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LOLOLOL The Euphemian nations seem to hate Acadia Laughing

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Since the charter says that the occupation is of legal nature and is destined for peace in Euphemia, Marqualis will be sending Foreign delegates as well as military units to assist the Acadian occupational forces as well as the government in maintaining peace. This of course is at the discretion of the Acadian government.

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Qorten

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The Dantanaean Government has no problem with a short term occupation of Fraesia, however the Confederate Government would oppose annexation and any occupation which lasts longer then a few months. The Acadian Government should, in our view, also refrain from manipulating Fraesian politics once the occupation ends, unless unreasonably provoked by Fraesia.

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Jack

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Jon (Insluo): Thank you for the support. Very Happy
Sauberbmw: Thanks! Smile Acadia will gladly welcome any foreign aid in rebuilding Fraesia.
Qorten: Thanks! Razz The Acadian occupation will only last until a constitution is ratified. Once it becomes independent, it will be independent.

Acadia does not recognize the need for this trial to continue. Acadia is clearly not violating any law. Members may have their own opinions on the occupation, but as I just mentioned, no law is being violated.


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Scotch Moen

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It is clearly being shown that Acadia is purposefully effecting and controlling a Sovereign nation's Government and influencing it with their own. They are removing the Fraesian people's right to their own Government by the people and for the people, and Folland sees this as no more than a Crime against Humanity.

Folland now wishes for the Jury and the Consul to bring forth the verdict of this case. Nothing further.

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Jack

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The concept of crime against humanity was finally defined by the Allies in article 6 (c) of the Nuremberg Charter (August 8, 1945) as follows: “murder, extermination, enslavement, deportation, and other inhumane acts committed against any civilian population, before or during the war, or persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds in execution of or in connection with any crime within the jurisdiction of the Tribunal whether or not in violation of the domestic law of the country where perpetrated”

In bold are the examples set forth by the allies/Regals of crimes against humanity. None of which are being committed by the Acadian Federation.


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