Imperator Azenquor Posted April 9, 2010 Report Share Posted April 9, 2010 [b][u]BCNA News: Yuktobania joins Vauleyo-Buryatia[/u][/b] [i]“Voters in Yuktobania today enthusiastically approved a measure that would see Yuktobania join the Socialist Union of Vauleyo-Buryatia as the newest autonomous region. In a referendum that saw a turnout of 78% of eligible voters, 68% voted in favor of the accession, 29% voted against the plan and 3% of ballots were declared invalid. The results were certified and verified by the [b]Yuktobanian Transitional Government (TGY)[/b] and the [b]Yuktobanian Electoral Commission[/b], who praised the referendum as adhering to [b]‘democratic principles’[/b] and [b]‘represented the voice of the people of Yuktobania’.[/b] The [b]Transitional Government of Yuktobania (TGY)[/b] has endorsed the results and has transmitted the results to the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia via the TGY liaison. At this point, the negotiations over the final status of Yuktobania will move on to the critical next phase, with accession drawing nearer. It is widely accepted that the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia will approve the accession of Yuktobania without delay once the necessary agreements are signed. The final leg of negotiations will require both Legislatures of Vauleyo-Buryatia and Yuktobania to approve a joint bill that would pave the way for Yutkobania’s entry into Vauleyo-Buryatia. Sources close to the negotiation process have revealed that the TGY and the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia are expected to conclude drafting the legislation to implement the [b]‘Sharova Doctrine’[/b], which is the tentative name given to the document that will govern the relationship between Yuktobania’s future government and the central government of Vauleyo-Buryatia as well as matters of legal precedent, legislative matters as well as finances. The doctrine is expected to be signed as early as tomorrow afternoon, paving the way for Yuktobania to accede to the Union of Vauleyo-Buryatia as early as next week.”[/i]-Reporter Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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