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Contract:Agreement for the Independence of Australia
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Agreement for the Independence of Australia is an agreement between Indonesia and Australia about Independence of Australia. After a long time, failed negotiation and the failed Australian Independence War in New South Wales, they finally agreed for independence of Australia.
- Australia will have New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria (VIC) for the first ‘round’ (30 day period)
- . Australia will negotiate the next territories for release 30 days from the release of both NSW and VIC.
2. Guarantee of Indonesian held Non-Aggression Pact (NAP)
- A. Wars
- i. Australia will not join an attacking country against Indonesia in the case of a standard war.
- ii. Australia will not officially* attack Indonesia during a war where Indonesia is the aggressor.
- iii. Australia will defend Indonesia in the case of a Fight For Freedom (FFF) in Indonesian held Australian territories.
- iv. Australia will stay neutral in any FFF in a territory owned by Indonesia OTHER THAN an Australian territory.
- v. Indonesian President must officially request from the Australian Prime Minister, BEFORE official involvement in a war, for Australia to not join the defending side.
- vi. Alliances will play no part in decisions about Australia's commitment to a war.
- vii. In all other cases not involving Indonesia, Australia will be free to choose which side to fight for.
- B. Political Stance
- i. Australia will join neither ATLANTIS nor PEACE alliances.
- ii. If there is a FFF in an Indonesian owned Australian region, Australia will denounce support for this movement through a presidential statement.
- iii. If Australia is to break terms of this contract, it will be accepted world-wide that it will be a disgrace for Australia and thereby accepting of military occupation by any forces without complaint.
- iv. Australia will have a Mutual Protection Pact with Indonesia and a Mutual Protection pact with United Kingdom
- v. Australia will negotiate in one month time (from the signing of this contract) for a third and balancing Mutual Protection Pact
- The government cannot control what actions the population take. Any action taken by citizens will be considered unofficial and officially un-endorsed by the Australian government.
- This contract is valid for the period of 4 months from signing, at which time Indonesian and Australia representatives must resign or renegotiate the terms of this contract.
- AUD held in Indonesian accounts is considered belonging to neither Indonesia nor Australia.
- If this AUD is to be used, both countries presidents must agree to the way and amount it is used.
✓ This Contract was signed.