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  • As Prime Commissioner of the EC, it is my duty to ensure that all the offices of the Commission are filled. Previous PCs have allowed their fellow Commissioners to chose their own office, in order of preference. However, under current conditions, with the lack of activity and apparent disorder within our region, I shall be chosing the Commissioner for the Office.

    Therefore, I am appointing the following:

    Rt Hon Kurt Goerts (Grossdeutsches Reich) : Commissioner for Foreign Affairs

    Rt Hon Alexander Romenenko (Satelight) : Commissioner for Defence and Peacekeeping

    Rt Hon Anne de Brantis (Luvenburg) : Commissioner for Economics

    Rt Hon Neilander Xeillion am Jenson (Duxburian Union) : Commissioner for Internal Affairs


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    Former Defence Commissioner Mrs. Khodorkovskaya inquires whether she can continue handling the competition declared under her term concerning the armament of the Peace-keeping Forces.



  • Prime Commissioner Stipe wishes, before replying, to question what Ms. Khodorkovskaya means by;

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    ...she can continue handling the competition...

    I ask what 'competition' she is refering to. I would also like to note that Mr. Romenenko must accept this idea before I, as Prime Commissioner, can allow it to happen.


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    This competition.



  • It is ultimately up to Mr. Romenenko and the Office of Defence and Peacekeeping. In my personal opinion, the only way this should be allowed is if Mr. Romenenko accepts Ms. Khodorkovskaya as an under-Minister or secretary in his office.

    I am leaving the decision to Mr. Romenenko.



  • A decision on whether you will continue to handle the competition for the manufacture of the EDF's arms will be given after the Defence and Economics Commissioners have presented their report and figures to the Commission.

    I should warn you that the estimated budget I have been given for the EDF by the Economics Commissioner may not be substantial enough to field the kind of numbers your original estimates outlined.


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    With all due respect, with the European Union facing so high tensions, it would be unwise to downsize plans for the EDF following recent crises among Council members.



  • QUOTE (Soviet Union @ Apr 2 2008, 01:17 AM)

    With all due respect, with the European Union facing so high tensions, it would be unwise to downsize plans for the EDF following recent crises among Council members.

    It was not my decision; I have to base my budget on what the Commissioner for Economics Affairs gives me.

    I recommend you take your concerns to the Commissioner concerned.

    [OOC: I agree with you, but I have to work with what I have got.]


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    The USSR alone is contributing over $33 billion to this budget as of now. We hope that the Economics Commissioner provides thorough spending details and does not hesitate to raise donations if need be to support crucial union framework such as the EDF.



  • QUOTE (Soviet Union @ Apr 2 2008, 11:26 PM)

    The USSR alone is contributing over $33 billion to this budget as of now. We hope that the Economics Commissioner provides thorough spending details and does not hesitate to raise donations if need be to support crucial union framework such as the EDF.

    ...

    One moment, let me compare that to the figure I got from the Economics Commissioner.

    The figure you have given me is approximately 28 times the value I was originally given for the total contributions for all EU members, assuming you used the thousand million measure for your billion, not the million million. If it was the million million, the USSR may be contributing 28067 times the original budget.

    I will contact the Commissioner for Economic Affairs immediately.



  • Before I provide the details of the numbers I have reached, I need to understand the source of the Soviet Union numbers.

    My understanding is that the EDF annual funding will cover development, maintenance, and military personnel. Meanwhile, the funding for procurement, operations, and construction will be provided on a case by case basis where the European Council will vote on allocating funds for a specific operation and period of time. UN peacekeeping forces and NATO operations are funded under a similar structure. The European Union simply cannot afford to fund a permanent standing military force. It would become a massive drain on national resources.

    [OOC]The Soviet Union should let the European Commission carry out the necessary research and once a consensus is achieved the issue will brought before the European Council for a debate and vote. Let us do our work[/OOC]


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    The Soviet Union contributed $33.5 billion within voluntary frameworks recently as a result of a budget surplus long before the Commission elections, utilising partial framework from the old 'National Tax Pact' under Belarian presidency. Aesop Rocks followed short with similar donations.

    Considering it is our term that to provide the said funds we wish to know how will they be spent and be returned any surplus, we are expecting a thorough report from the Economics Commissioner and will be gladly assisting the Defence Commissioner with military build-up in the form of financing, training, equipping, and perhaps even raising personnel.

    ooc: NATO and UN lack standing forces. This one is a standing, permanent force.



  • As Prime Commissioner I am tasked with assembling a functioning and efficient commission. I have allocated the available portfolios according to the candidates' preferences and expertise. Not all candidates received their top choice but I am certain they will perform at their best in the position they were assigned.

    Helen Smith of Angelter is to become the Commissioner for Foreign Affairs.

    Vladimir Putin of the Soviet Union is to beomce the Commissioner for Defense and Peace Keeping Forces

    James Stanton of Belarum is to become the Commissioner for Economics

    Fran?ois Fillon of French Albyon is to become the Commissioner for Internal Affairs.


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    As the new Prime Commissioner of the European Union, it is my duty to appoint the new commission's commissioners. Those commissioners will be:

    Helen Smith, of Angleter as Commissioner for Foreign Affairs (and first in line of succession)

    Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as Commissioner for Defence and Peacekeeping (and second in line of succession)

    Harajok Zelezny, of Os Corelia as Commissioner for Economics (and fourth in line of succession)

    Felice Sesto di Francesco, of Nazione Italiana as Commissioner for Internal Affairs (and third in line of succession)

    If any of the commissioners has any problem with the office he has been chosen for, he/she can send me a message before December 26th.



  • As the newest Premier Commissioner of the European Union, it is my duty to appoint the new commission's commissioners to their positions and assign a chain of command. I appoint:

    Rt. Hon. Maleeka Liszckoszi of Os Corelia as Commissioner of Internal Affairs (and first in line of succession)

    Rt. Hon. Felice di Francisco of Nazione Italiana as Commissioner of Foreign Affairs (and third in line of succession)

    Rt. Hon. Peter Petrenko of Unfreedomia as Commissioner of Economics (and fourth in line of succession)

    Rt. Hon. Christiane Vooleck of Grossdeutches Reich as Commissioner of Defense and Peace Keeping (and second in line of succession)

    May we cooperate and work towards a brighter future in Europe. It is my honor to be working with such qualified candidates. God bless Europe.

    Rt. Hon. Amelie Mauresmo,
    Premier Commissioner of the European Union


    Comme le plus nouveau Premier Commissaire de l'Union europ?enne, c'est mon devoir pour nommer les nouveaux commissaires de la commission ? leurs positions et assigne une cha?ne d'ordre. Je nomme :

    Rt. Hon. Maleeka Liszckoszi d'Os Corelia comme Commissaire d'Affaires Internes (et premier dans la ligne de succession)

    Rt. Hon. Felice di Francisco de Nazione Italiana comme Commissaire d'Affaires Etrang?res (et deuxi?me dans la ligne de succession)

    Rt. Hon. Peter Petrenko d'Unfreedomia comme Commissaire de Science ?conomique (et le quart dans la ligne de succession)

    Rt. Hon. Christiane Vooleck d'Unfreedomia comme Commissaire de D?fense et la Paix Gardant (et le tiers dans la ligne de succession)

    Pouvoir nous coop?rons et travaillons ? un avenir plus brillant en Europe. C'est mon honneur travailler avec tels candidats qualifi?s. Dieu b?nit Europe.

    Rt. Hon. Amelie Mauresmo, Premier Commissaire de l'Union europ?enne


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    As the continuing Prime Commissioner of the Commission of the European Union, it is my duty to appoint the new commisioners and the line of succession:

    Maleeka Liszckoszi of Os Corelia as Commissioner of Internal Affairs (and first in line of succession)

    Moulay Ismail of Marrakechia as Commissioner of Foreign Affairs (and second in line of succession)

    Felice di Francesco of Nazione Italiana as Commissioner for Defence and Peacekeeping (and third in line of succession)

    Peter Petrenko of Unfreedomia as Commissioner for Economics (and fourth in line of succession)

    (Order of election has been preserved at the time of assigning the order of the line of succession)


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    As the newly elected Premier (Prime) Commissioner of the European Union, it is my task to appoint the new commission's commissioners to their positions. I appoint:

    Moulay Ismail of Marrakechia as Commissioner of Internal Affairs

    Charles Monty of Clorinaia as Commissioner of Defence

    Paige Danielle Wallace of Scotio-Alba as Commissioner of Economics

    Eleanor Kelly of Monogolia in Exile as Commissioner of Foreign Affairs


  • Moderator

    As the re-elected Premier (Prime) Commissioner of the European Union, it is my task to appoint the new commissioners to their positions and to the line of succession. I appoint:

    Maleeka Liszckoszi of Os Corelia as Commissioner of Internal Affairs (and first in line of succession).

    Enoch Shaw of Angleter as Commissioner of Foreign Affairs (and second in line of succession).

    Charles Monty of Clorinaia Commissioner of Economics (and third in line of succession).

    Luc Clazier of Austrur as Commissioner of Defence (and fourth in line of succession).


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    As the newly elected Premier (Prime) Commissioner of the European Union, it is my task to appoint the new commissioners to their positions and to the line of succession. I appoint:

    Cajetan Cherton of Angleter as Commissioner of Foreign Affairs

    Nadia Drissi of Marrakechia as Commissioner of Internal Affairs

    Dr Michael Reed of The United Kingdom as Commissioner of Economics

    Biel Barcelo of Catalunya i Balears as Commissioner of Defence



  • As the newly elected Premier Commissioner of the European Union, it is my task to appoint the new Commissioners to their positions. I appoint:

    Davian Lamington am Aelier of The Duxburian Union as Commissioner of Internal Affairs (and first line of succession)

    Livia Arcturus of Pax Aurea as Commissioner of Defense and Peacekeeping (and second line of succession)

    Dr Michael Reed of The United Kingdom as Commissioner of Economics (and third line of succession)

    Martin Shusch of Kryuland as Commissioner of Foreign Affairs (and fourth line of succession)


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