History of Sol

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You are reading the history of the Sol Alliance, the newest alliance in the New World.

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The Sol History

Since independent Asia-Pacific nations are very vulnerable to political take-overs (especially since some of them are quite new), they are experiencing drastic financial crisis with unstable monetary units and wavy local markets, and they really wanted to see a successful key region in the New World, and then came birth of a unified neutrality pact between them. The emergence of Sol gave justice to these nations aspirations, they wanted to free themselves from hostility and oppression from foreign imperialistic nations, and to see an Asia-Pacific region of becoming a key market of the New World.

The Foundation of the Asia-Pacific Alliance

Early March 2009 after a month when Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines were introduced to the New World, people were considering of creating an alliance that will protect themselves from foreign oppression. Citing that Indonesia (a PEACE GC Superpower nation) and Romania (an ATLANTIS Superpower nation) were present in the Southeast Asian region, there was a big possibility that these area would be a new battleground for a new war. As speculations died out, so does the idea for the Alliance.

But, in May to June 2009, the idea again for the Alliance sprouted. President Snayke of China organized a large meeting between presidents and representatives from Australia, China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, North Korea, Russia, Singapore and Thailand that were held at irregular times. The beginning of the Charter started during this time and in July, was finalised. President Snayke wrote the Charter of Sol. Akki was the only citizen to persistently read over drafts and suggest additions.

Finally on July 08, 2009, Presidents of 7 nations: Australia, China, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, and Singapore signed the Charter of Sol which had officially declared the birth of the newest Alliance in the New World, Sol.

The Unnamed Charter

After the initial meeting, after the nations of India, Indonesia and Russia had decided against becoming members of Sol (Thailand had united with Malaysia), President Snayke began work on creating the Charter which was then unnamed with the aid of Akki. Work on the Charter went on for days and was finalised in early July, amounting to around 2000 words in total. The forums of China were used as a temporary base while the Charter was being constructed. Representatives from the nations oversaw the Charter as it steadily grew in size and complexity. Any errors or mistakes made were then corrected as the final draft was gone over in detail.

The issue of a name for the alliance was then handled. Many suggestions were brought forward, but the one that came out on top, was Sol.

Historical Timeline of Sol

Sol in July 2009

In July 8, 2009, Sol was founded by 7 nations coming from the Asia and the Pacific. After its creation, the alliance was a bit inactive. But in late July, the alliance decided to create War Games for its citizens. On July 20, Southeast Asian War Games officially started. The first leg was started in Southern Thailand with Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand as its belligerents. This leg of the war game was at first not financed by Sol. But later in July 30, Sol joined the games making the training war games to be officially known as the Sol War Games. Leg 2 happened in Sabah with the latter 3 joining the games plus with Australia, China, Italy, Slovakia, South Korea, South Africa and Singapore.


Sol in August 2009

War Games

The War Games continued in August 2 and 7 in Palawan. It was followed by the fifth to ninth leg in Sabah in August 10, 14, 16, 18 and 20. It continued in Mindanao in August 22 and back in Sabah for the eleventh to thirteenth legs in August 25, 27 and 29.

Security Council
Security Council Elections

In August 11, 2009, Snayke and Akki, the acting Chairs of the Council were nominated for a second term in the Security Council with no any other nominations. They were officially declared as Chairs of the Security Council in August 13, winning their second term.

Membership and Observer Status

In August 11, 2009, Indonesia and South Africa requested for an observer status in Sol. It was presented to the Council by China supported by Singapore for the Indonesia proposal while the South African proposal was presented by the Philippines and supported by China. As it was discussed by the members of the Council, the proposals gained a wide vote of support. In August 13, 2009 the proposals were put into vote. And in August 14, 2009, Indonesia and South Africa were accepted as Observers of Sol. The proposals were unanimously supported by the Security Council, having 7 Aye votes over 0 Naye votes for the both proposals. Also in August 12, the USA requested for an observer status. The proposal was approved by the Security Council in August 14. In August 13, India requested for an observer status in the Council. The latter was admitted in August 18. It was in August 19 when Canada requested for an observer status. The latter was admitted in August 23.

South Korea on the other hand, requested for a membership status in the Council in August 22. Though the Council supported the application, they turn it down due to the latter's legitimacy over its Government.

Sol in September 2009

War Games

The Sol War Games continued in Sabah for the whole month of September 2009. There were eleven legs conducted for this month.

Security Council
Security Council Elections

In September 15, 2009, Snayke and Akki, the current Chairs of the Council were nominated for a third term in the Security Council with no any other nominations. They were officially declared as Chairs of the Security Council in September, winning their second term.

Legislation

In September 4, 2009, Resolution [C0002]: Article 10/Article 11 was proposed by China and was supported by Malaysia. The resolution was about the amendment of Article 10 and Article 11, adding the responsibilities of the Sol Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Council. The proposal was turned down by the Council in September 10, 2009.

In September 23, 2009, the War Games Provisions for South Korea was put into discussion. The Provision Proposal was voted upon by the members of the Council and was later then approved in September 24, 2009. This leads to the admission of The Theocratic Republic of South Korea into the Sol War Games.

In September 28, 2009, Resolution [C0002]: Articles 7 and 9 Amendment and Resolution [C0003]: Articles 10 and 9 Amendment was presented in the Council. The two resolutions were for the amendments of the Sol Charter.

Resolution [C0005]: Article 3 Amendment and Resolution [C0004]: Ghost Status were presented in the Sol Council in September 30, 2009. The proposals were subjected for decision in October.

Membership and Observer Status

In September 6, 2009, South Africa an observer of the Council decided to request for full admission to Sol. It was put into a proposal and was presented by China and was supported by Australia. For no apparent reason to block the admission of South Africa, the proposal was immediately put into vote in September 8, 2009. It was in September 10, 2009, when South Africa joined the Council as an official member of Sol.

In September 12, 2009, a UK Observer Status Proposal was presented by China and was supported by Pakistan. The Proposal was then brought into the poll. The proposal gained positive votes leading to the admission of United Kingdom as an observer in the Council in September 15, 2009.

Sol in October 2009

War Games

The Sol War Games continued in Sabah for twelve consecutive legs plus a last leg for the month in Mindanao. It was most likely expected that the whole duration of the War Games will be held in Sabah just like in September 2009.

Security Council
Security Council Elections

In October 10, 2009, Hekter was elected as the Chairman of the Sol Security Council against Akki.

Legislation

Previous proposed resolutions in September like Resolution [C0002]: Articles 7 and 9 Amendment and Resolution [C0003]: Articles 10 and 9 Amendment were approved by the Council in October 7, 2009. Also with Resolution [C0005]: Article 3 Amendment and Resolution [C0004]: Ghost Status were approved in October 11, 2009.

Resolution [O0002]: Voiding O0001 was proposed by Chairman Hekter in October 13, 2009. The resolution voids Resolution O1001 and scratches the resolution from Debate and Voting Records due to violating the charter. Also, the resolution issues an apology to Japan for the attempt to force Japan to go against its own principles and actions, and acquiesce to the will of those around them. The resolution was approved by the Security Council in October 16, 2009.

Resolution [C0007]: Chairman Restriction was proposed by Chairman Hekter in October 15, 2009. This was approved in October 20, 2009.

Resolution [S0002]: India was a resolution pertaining to a proposed official statement of Sol in India's situation that time. The resolution was proposed by Chairman Hekter in October 15, 2009. It was approved by the Council in October 20, 2009.

Resolution [O0003]: Sol Cabinet, was a Cabinet creation proposal proposed by Chairman Hekter in October 15, 2009. It was approved in October 20, 2009.

Furthermore, lots of proposals were approved during this month. And it had contributed a lot to the alliance.

Membership and Observer Status

Argentina, South Korea, Israel, Sweden, Portugal, Hungary, Colombia,and Uruguay requested for an Observer status during this month. And they were all granted to have an observer status: South Korea's Observer status was approved in October 13, 2009, Argentina, Israel, Sweden and Portugal was in October 14, 2009, Hungary in October 15, 2009, and Colombia and Uruguay in October 20, 2009.

An Australia Expulsion Proposal was proposed in this month due for the aggression shown in the Western Australia Resistance War, violating the ideas of stabilization in the region by providing a springboard into prolonged conflict, as well as aggressively taking back a territory without negotiation. But the proposal was never approved.

Thailand requested a member status proposal in October 30, 2009 and the decision of the proposal is to be decided in November 2009.

Sol in November 2009

Wars

Sol created a wide effort in defending Malaysia against Indonesia in the Indonesia-Malaysia War.

War Games

The Sol War Games continued in Sabah. But the Philippines discontentment erupted during this month. The War Games current situation, having the said country to be the attacker for almost the entire duration of the games hampers the export industry of the Philippines. Fortunately, there are progressive talks about the situation.

Security Council
Security Council Elections and Appointments

Akki was elected to Chairmanship. It was the first time that non-member citizen was elected to office. Viziers were appointed by Chairman Emeritus Snayke. They were Hekter and Nagyzee for their valuable contribution to Sol. China has not yet provided a Vice-Chairman for the month.

Legislation

Due to the Malaysia-Indonesia War, the Security Council proposed a draft resolution, [W0001] Commitment to defend eMalaysia by the Sol Alliance, stating that the Sol Alliance officially supports eMalaysia against any military incursion from eIndonesia and that if MPP's are not available, then mobile forces should be deployed to eMalaysia in order to defend it against any possible incursion. It was proposed in November 11, 2009 and was approved in November 17, 2009.

Resolution [A0001]: Sol Commander (Emergency Resolution) was proposed in November 15, 2009 and was approved in November 19, 2009.

Resolution [C0010]: Globalization Amendment is an amendment of the Sol Charter that will change the course of the alliance. The amendment would change the clause of having Sol as regional alliance to a global one. The proposal was passed by Chairman Akki and was authored by Vizier Hekter in November 23, 2009. Also in the same day, the Sol Security Council decided on the Resolution [S0002]: Stance on Sino-Russian War. The Resolution was adopted in November 26, 2009.

Akki proposed Resolution [A0002]: Sol Media and Communication Department in November 26, 2009. It was about the creation of cabinet class position of "Sol Media and Communications Head" in accordance with Resolution [O0003] and appointment of Hekter as the first Sol Media and Communication Head to over see the new Sol media and Communication department, which is being proposed subsequently in this proposal as creation of new Sol organ Sol Media and Communication Department, to increase the communications and the efficiency of the alliance, as well as to increase the interest of Sol citizens for our alliance. The resolution was passed in November 29, 2009.

Membership and Observer Status

In November 2, 2009, Thailand officially became a member of the alliance.

Sol in December 2009

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Security Council Elections and Appointments
Membership and Observer Status

Sol in January 2010

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Sol in February 2010

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Sol in March 2010

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The Shaolin government of Switzerland Enter the SOL Training War

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