Archein von Drakenov
This article contains:
- an introduction to the Chocolate Unification Treaty;
- a message from the Government;
- a ballot for the Swiss people to vote.
Good morning/evening/night Swiss citizens,
You may have noticed that you still do not have the possibility to have a Congress this month (due to the everlasting PTO-threat from a certain country on our Congress, I guess you do not want to see another 400'000 CHF shipped off to that same country), the Government has decided to let you express yourselves through a more direct method, the referendum, or popular votation.
The Foreign Affairs teams of both Belgium
arrived to an agreement with a new treaty between both countries:
It has been named the Chocolate Unification Treaty, or more formally Bilateral Treaty between the Swiss Confederation and the Kingdom of Belgium.
The text of the treaty is present here.
Here is the message from the Government concerning the Chocolate Unification Treaty:
The Government is favorable to the Chocolate Unification Treaty.
The CU Treaty has been elaborated to increase the partnership between our country and Belgium, to help each other in case of serious crisis in either political or military meaning.
Belgium has many common points with us, and it can only a good thing that we get even closer, helping its neighbor is always nice and appreciated.
If either of our countries will be attacked from the exterior or the interior, the other country will make decisions (send money, weapons and men and women; or team of counter-PTO) to help as much as possible the country in difficulty.
Let's make a clear example: Belgium gets attacked by one of its neighbors. The Defense Team of the Government will organize human and material warfare to help its ally, all this, inside CoT's environment.
Since we do not have Congress, we allow the Swiss people to express itself directly to this project.
We advise the Swiss people to vote YES to the votation.
Now that you have acknowledge of the CU Treaty and the message from the Government, you may now vote.
Only Swiss people above level 21 can vote to this referendum. Only the profiles' votes that will have been checked will be considered.
Your ballot is located
The votation will start when this article will be published, and will last until Sunday, 3rd of February 2013 at 12:00 EREP-time.
By Monday, 4th of February 2013, during that day, the results of the votation will be published.
SWISS PEOPLE, LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!
VOTE THIS REFERENDUM AS MANY AS POSSIBLE!
Archein, Earl von Drakenov
Minister of Home Affairs
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