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COMMITTEE: General Assembly

ISSUE: The question of the resurgence of extreme political parties


SUBMITTER: Syrian Arab Republic
CO-SUBMITTERS: Saudi Arabia, Australia, India, IMF, Ireland, Mauritius, Turkey,
Italy, Iraq

Emphasizing the actions made by the Nazis during World War 2,

Fully aware of the missile attacks released on Syria promoting western dominance
through racism, xenophobia and religious intolerance,

Alarmed by the fact that there are over 10 countries where an extremist party is in
full power as well as the 13 parties that are assisting the parliament,

Keeping in mind the UN Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism,

Contemplating the Bolshevik revolution in Russia in 1917,

Approving resolutions 1373, 1624, 2178 and 2242 adopted by the security council to
prevent extremist views,

Regretting the acts of extremism that occurred in Charlottesville U.S.A 2017,

Taking note of the killings at the University of Maryland,

Having considered the result of the media on extremist political views including a
Facebook called “Alt Reich” promoting xenophobia, racism, sexism and religious
intolerance,

1. Requests the creation of a worldwide organisation for overseeing the


successful implementation and maintenance of democratic structures in every
member state under the name Democracy Watch, which will be responsible
for:
a. The observation of procedures during electoral acts including
legislative, presidential, regional or federal elections, referenda and
plebiscites;
b. Surveying the general population in relation to the guaranteeing of
justice and implementation of democracy within the various areas of
governmental influence:
i. All surveys will be performed anonymously,
ii. The survey will commence every 5 years,
c. Ensuring extremist views, religious intolerance, racism, xenophobia
and sexism are eliminated from all political and socio-economic arenas
within the country,
i. A country or leader will be given a warning by the Democracy
Watch before they are removed from parliament,
ii. Any leader or politician that insists that their view is not offensive
or outside the limitations set by the Democracy Watch after
being issued a warning will be removed from Parliament
instantly;

2. Urges all countries that have non-democratic structures in place, such as


single-party parliaments, to allow Democracy Watch to visit the country and
carry out its independent investigation with free access to the following
organisations and buildings:
a. Headquarters of all political parties,
b. Parliament archives, including its historical records,
c. Electoral logs for the past one hundred years or since elections have
been recorded in the country,

3. Hopes that all refugees will be granted access to the same resources as
citizens of the country disregarding race, sex, religion or social status, having
access to the following:
a. An education,
b. An occupation,
c. A house;

4. Trusts that all media publications both online and written be balanced and
respectful to all people of other races and sexes and religion and do not follow
current media biases and report that which they see on the ground fairly, if a
publication is found participating in propaganda the following will occur:
a. A publication suspension,
b. The removal of media platforms,
c. A fine of up to $200,000,
d. A jail sentence of up to 10 years;

5. Recommends that a limit is set on what a leader can do within its country,
whether the country be democratic or otherwise the limitations will be as
follows:
a. A leader can be in power for no more than 20 years,
b. A leader cannot speak xenophobic, racist, sexists or religious intolerant
thoughts in any public matter;

6. Deplores all political parties to go under an extensive registration process to


ensure no fascist views get to elections, this will include guidelines such as
the following:
a. If a member of their party has a criminal record they will not be granted
registration,
b. If a member of their party was not born in or does not have a full
citizenship to the country they will be refused,
c. If the members don’t have official experience in politics;

7. Condemns all member states who engage in anti-democratic activity or the


spreading of anti-democratic rhetoric such as but not limited to;
a. Conducting illegal air, sea to surface or surface to surface strikes
against sovereign states,
b. Illegally enforcing regime change inside sovereign states by violent or
non-violent means,
c. The establishment of puppet states or military occupation of sovereign
states,
d. If found guilty of any of the above actions, the member state should be
universally condemned by the international community and expected to
resolve issues under the supervision of the UN;

8. Decides to remain actively seized upon the matter.