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|Assembly of Nations|
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|Intergovernmental Organization headquartered in Kingdom of Pretany|
|Address|| 1550 Assembly Street|
Duchy of St. Richards
|Number of Members||85+|
|Chief Secretary|| TBD |
|Deputy Chief Secretary|| TBD |
|Speaker of the Assembly|| TBD |
|President of the Social and Economic Council|| TBD |
|President of the International Peace Council|| TBD |
|Director-General of Organizational Affairs|| TBD |
The four doves found on the AN seal and emblem symbolize peace in all four directions of the compass, in all four corners of the world.
Uniquely among international organizations, AN membership is based on an "opt-out" system rather than the traditional "opt-in." By default, all independent sovereign states are automatically considered to be members of the AN, unless they explicitly reject membership.
- Maurician Republics
- Neo Delta
- Niulutan-Riu (Ser-Elige-IJlanden)
- Peritan City
- Pretanic Faction State
- Sonela Gohi
- West Commonia
- South Astrasia
|This list is incomplete. It will be expanded in the future.|
The conference initially convened in St. Richards, Pretany in late 1964, and began a prolonged series of negotiations. The Assembly of Nations finally came into being in 1966, with the signing of the Treaty of the Establishment of the Assembly of Nations. Fifty-six separate international organizations were placed under its jurisdiction, their functions strictly laid out so as to complement and coordinate with one another instead of clashing or conflicting. Every sovereign nation in the world, even non-signatories, was invited to participate as an equal member of the AN, and the vast majority did.
OrganizationInternational Criminal Court (the paramount judicial venue). Four of the five primary institutions are located at the AN's central headquarters in St. Richards, Pretany, with the fifth being the International Criminal Court, which is based in Tarott, Kalm.
There are a large number of other AN-affiliated and related agencies distributed around the world, including the Environmental Research and Protection Organisation in Vasireii, Karolia; the World Health Organization in Fenelec, Ataraxia; the International Sea Justice Court in Porto Colon, Latina; the Global Bank Group; the World Currency Bank; the World Food Aid Programme; ANESCO (the Assembly of Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization); and ANICEF (the Assembly of Nations Children's Fund). The highest official of the AN is the Chief Secretary, elected by the Assembly to serve a non-renewable six-year term. The Chief Secretary is prominently assisted by a deputy as well as a director-general of administrative affairs.
The language policy of the Assembly of Nations is to accommodate all the official languages of all member states. This table shows the name of the Assembly of Nations in the official languages of various member states: