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[GA] Bosnian Case #001

JJSmithJr

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Justice Mary Odili would arrive in the Chambers and take her seat on the bench. She would quickly read the records and pertinent information on thr case.
 

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"I agree that a fine is the most suitable punishment, and I would say suggest it to be set at $10,000 per individual. I also agree with the formal and public apology, however I feel there is one more thing. The conduct of the individuals of the Bosnian delegation is not one that is suitable for the position of diplomat. Therefore I say they should also be banned from serving in any diplomatic post for a multilateral organisation such as the Global Assembly."
 
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"I agree that it was unprofessional, and personally I also think that it was unbecoming of a diplomat who is suppose to represent an entire nation of people with dignity and respect. However, I think that expelling them from the Global Assembly should be a matter left to the GA itself. Do the other justices have an opinion on the matter?"
 

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"I find myself in full accordance with the Justice from the Netherlands. Let us make the punishment fit the crime thus we can set a good strong precedent moving forward. This case while minor will be an important one as we look back so we can move forward."
 
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