Law:The End of the War (Sense of the Cosâ) Act
The End of the War (Sense of the Cosâ) Act
Talossa's war against Serbia and the Bosnian Serbs has been in effect since the Cosâ passed LC29 (6/93). Since that time, the war has by-and-large been successfully prosecuted, with UN air attacks, the end of the siege of Sarajevo, and recent Bosnian Muslim counter-attacks 150 miles NW of Sarajevo, which have taken a large number of abandoned weapons and sent 7,000 Bosnian Serbs into flight. There is no - thanks to Talossa's resolute action - an improving and larger Muslim-led Bosnian army winning out over an increasingly static and stretched Serb-backed enemy. The Cosâ hereby requests that the PM, at his earliest convenience, either issue a PD or author a bill to end our war with Serbia and its allies.
Proposed by: Foreign Minister John Jahn (PC-Maritiimi-Maxhestic)