Law:The End of the War (Sense of the Cosâ) Act

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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)

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