1. SECURS main goal is to fight anti-monarchical forces and ideals and protect monarchies. New Tarajan has an history of communist regime and consequent civil war an it's reknown for its strong anti-communist stance, since Communism is the No. 1 enemy of monarchies. Thus, the SECURS has naturally a strong anti-communist stance by itself.
2. We need an official head because we need an official figure who can represent the SECURS in front of the International Community. Of course it enjoys no many powers, because this is not a dictatorship. Still, we need it more than ever, otherwise the entire alliance will look as a vague link between States.
3. The idea to make unanimous decisions was made in order to give to all Members an opportunity not to feel itself forced to do something it doesn't want to do. But, yes, it's obsolete: indeed, the entire Treaty was drafted years ago, in a total different situation, and this is why we are here to update it to face the actual challenges.
4. We could think about that.
In general, we wish to push forward more integration inside the alliance.
Why? Simple: because we need to act together, swiftly when it's needed, and this is only achievable through better and stronger integration between Member States.
So, let me now express the ideas of New Tarajan about the proposals of North Macwick (referring obviously to the "more integration" version):
1. I believe Article 1 must stay where it is. The reason for this is that the article provides a first clear framework which is the very ground for SECURS.
2. I agree with the changes to Article 2.
3. About the Court of Justice: I agree.
4. About the changes to Article 1: unfortunately, the definition of " international organisation that all nations can join" is too vague, and I don't know what is exactly the intention of North Macwick about it.
5. I don't agree with the replacement of that part of Article 1: indeed, the replacement is too much focused solely on economical matters, while the original texts whishes to encourage cooperation in every field, contributing to the creation of a true community of monarchies.
6. I perfectly agree with the creation of the Council of Monarchs.
7. I agree with the elimination of the figure of the President.
8. I agree with the changes to the figure of the Secretary General.
9. I really appreciate the changes made to the Article about the head of SECURS, so I perfectly agree.
10. I agree with all the changes to the structure of the Assembly, the Council of Ministers, the abolition of the Council for Economical Affairs, and so on.
11. I don't agree with the abolition of the High Commission for Foreign Affairs: indeed, it would be more interesting to explore further the idea of a common foreign policy. I'm not talking about scrapping out it from the hands of Member States but, really, we need more coordination about it, otherwise the Alliance will never work as an effective unitary body which can face challenges with one will. So, I would suggest to replace the Commission with a new comprehensive Article on the direction of SECURS foreign policy (something similar to European PESC. Eventually, the best idea would be to make an article referring to such a common foreign policy, then drafting it as a separate protocol (thus creating a too long article inside the main Treaty).
12. I agree with the reform of the CoJ.
13. I agree with the institution of the new Council of Ministers.
14. I agree with the new Standard Commission.
15. A wonderful idea: I agree.
16. I agree with the new "exit-joining" rules. However, it would be good to specify that entrance is reserved for monarchies only.
17. I agree with the possibilities for reserves.
18. Well, this is a difficult point: we do not want to close SECURS to cooperation with non-monarchical countries. So, maybe, we could find a compromise: all non-monarchical nations joining shall have no anti-monarchical ideologies, and not to be communists.
19. I agree.