war. Upon proposing a peace treaty, the president of proposing country is able to demand a certain sum of gold from the other country, however this is not a necessity.
This law can also be used to close war caused by activated alliance.
- Country A has an alliance with country B. Country C attacks an original region of country A, and country B will become an ally of country A in the war against country C. If country B and country C signs a peace treaty, country B will no longer be an ally of country A in that war.
If country is at direct war with another country and in war through alliance, upon signing peace only war through alliance will be closed.
- Country A is in war with country B. Country A is an ally of country C in war between B and C. When A and B siges a peace treaty, it won't close war A vs B. It only removes country A from country C's allies in war between B and C .
Once the proposal has passed both congresses the war will end and if there's ongoing battles, defender will be declared as winner of the battle.