Vote Recommendation: For
This proposal seeks to establish a "minimum standard of living," which is defined as the amount of food, nutrition, hygiene, housing, transport, and other utilities and conditions needed for one to live with "healthy and dignity." The proposal dictates that all member states must provide this minimum standard of living to all residents within said member state. Member states are encouraged to give incentives to companies for assistance with guaranteeing this "minimum standard of living." The proposal also directs the World Assembly Compliance Commission and Independent Adjudicative Office to determine whether a member nation unable to provide this standard of living is culpable. If the nation is found unculpable, it allows the WA Development Foundation to work with the government to provide that standard of living, with the government's request.
This proposal's establishment of a minimum standard of living helps to ensure that all residents of member states are guaranteed services, utilities, and other forms of care to allow them to function healthily. Through the WA Development Foundation helping governments who may not be able to provide this standard, the proposal also makes sure that more economically and infrastructure-wise disadvantaged member states will still be able to provide this standard of living.
For the above reasons, the Ministry of World Assembly Affairs recommends a vote For the General Assembly resolution at vote, "Minimum Standard Of Living Act".
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