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Internal Accran Conflict

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As the civil conflict in Accra Imperiale escaltes into chaos, a tremendous strain has been put on the AIDDS Company to produce enough new supplies for draftees and maintain a supply of rations and munitions for active soldiers. Rebel attacks are escalating in number and ferocity and the demand for new equipment is rocketing upwards as standing equipment is destroyed.

 

The Accran Privatived Military has sent a request to the CIS HQ in Vocenae, asking for any surplus war materiale from member nations. Anthing and everything would help in this conflict, from surplus uniforms and boots to artillery to rifles for standard infantry divisions.

 

Once the conflict is resovled, the Military will send the remaining equipment back and pay for the lost materiale. Any aid will be appreciated and no sacrifice will be forgotten.

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The Union's position is apparant: We have unilateraly chosen to aid our allies, regardless of how this vote may turn out.

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No vote necessary. The government of Accra is an ally and as such is entitled to CIS aid.

 

The government of Rekamgil has dispatched an initial $5Million to aid its ally in its time of need.

 

We have also dispatched 50,000 ration packs and 5,000 first aid packs.

 

We hope this initial investment will help assuage the worst abuses so far committed.

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OoC- Since we have recently 'overhauled' our government, do you still consider this nation as part of the CIS? Or has the nature of the warfare used violate the charter and cast the Imperium out of the CIS?

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OOC: The last time something like this happened, the Governing Council voted on re-admission of the government. However, I suppose there should be a vote to see if the new Accran government is allowed to stay in the CIS.

 

 

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