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CIS Meeting on Dathomir

October 15, 2012

GNN Reporter Rakiko Lowtide attended the latest CIS meeting, where member systems discussed a Security Act, Revisions to the CIS Constitution, and met with the Galactic Empire.

NightSister City on Dathomir

On the Nightsister world of Dathomir, Lady Kia presided over the latest meeting of the Confederation of Independent Planets (CIS). Also in attendance was Salene Lusch from Zonama Sekot, Gistya Antilles of the Corellian Mining Corporation (CMC), Shaka the Hutt of Nar Shaddaa, and Wing of Ilum. The meeting was held in a meeting hall in the newly established Nightsisters City where three of the Dathomir clans now reside with one another.

The first matter of discussion was the formation of a Security Act and revisions to the CIS treaty to make it possible. The Security Act dealt with how confederate ships would be defended, the benefit of defense forces to one another member systems, and the employment of independent security forces. The core was that a member world would always have the final say on what forces and the command of such forces in their jurisdiction. The Act also clarified the sovereignty of a member and that the CIS was above all else a trade organization.

Changes to the Consitution were mostly word revisions to clarify definitions such as member world, the re-entry of former members, and barring any expansive type entity as they would gobble up worlds that would have been independent and contributed to the overall trade. Both the revisions and the Security Act looked to be favorable to the members and mos like be ratified.

Next was a matter of extending an invitation to Mos Eisley to join the CIS. Lady Kia had seen that under the new mayor, the situation there was stabilizing. Salene Lusch agreed to travel there and make a final report on the conditions and who would need to be contacted.

Member worlds discussing trade and security.

Lastly, Lady Kia provided a transmission from Sapphire Tafo of the resistance movement on Tython asking for assistance from the CIS. Even if they remained individually free of their action, the members agreed that the confederacy wouldn’t try to break the Galactic Empire’s blockade nor provide military assistance. Instead they did decide to provide humanitarian need, to establish trade ties, to Tython’s citizens once the Galactic Empire was spoken with.

At this time, Emperor Kultith Lann along with other leaders of the Galactic Empire entered into the meeting hall. The Emperor excused himself for being tardy but stated he wished to speak to the confederacy, mainly about their trade vessels traveling through Imperial space. He wanted to streamline the process and make sure goods were transported in an efficient manner while keeping security and order in his territory. A plan was introduced whereby their ships would be escorted by Imperial vessels and what could or couldn’t be searched. The CIS agreed to take a look over the proposals.

Since Tython had been the last topic, the matter was then discussed with the Emperor. The Emperor agreed that the Terentatek Park, its facilities, creatures, and other assets would be turned over to most of his owner as repayment for their investment. This included the Terentatek itself which was to be picked up by Shaka’s men. Also the park would be allowed to be a staging area for the CIS to land ships to provided what ever humanitarian or economic services they wished to provide for Tython. Their ships would be given preferential treatment in allowing ships through the blockade with an Imperial escort.

With these concessions and the eagerness the Galactic Empire proposed to trade with the CIS and extend private contracts to member worlds such as marks of Privateering, the situation for resistance movements such as on Tython may become more dire as the pool of possible allies dwindles. Only time will tell.”

— Rakiko Lowtide

  1. Morrigan Wemyss
    October 16, 2012 at 7:07 AM

    I hope the cis refrains from giving aide to Tython. As they to be frank, have done this to their selves. When you elect people like Tafo who does nothing but make your world look bad on the galactic scale, some one is going to decide to take advantage of it. And let us be honest, since when is loosing Tython loosing something of value, it is not like they actually did anything usefull anyway.

  2. Sapphire Tafo
    October 16, 2012 at 12:25 PM

    Absolute queens of the Republic such as the majordomo-queen Morrigan of Bengat disgussing democratic worlds from the Republic? This is just a routine.

    By the way, either by incompetence or by malevolence, the report Tython had refugees, foreigners had to take care or would suffer of food shortage are wrong. With such a short invasion war in a verdant world, people are able to care of themselves, their family, they neighbour and the few visitors in need locked by the trade-breaking blockade. People would see as an unfriendly action to be parked in camps in the middle of the jungle, such as the damaged Terentatek Park, under the control of the Empire.

    People know what they need better than the deceptive reports from their enemies. As one of their true representative, fighting with honour for my world, I’m available to provide actual informations to our friends.

    Long Live Tython

    ((typo fixed on request))

  3. Ryan Adams
    October 16, 2012 at 7:08 PM

    Tython definitely needs to be helped, but when it is finally saved it needs a proper democracy and Government put in place.

    • Morrigan Wemyss
      October 17, 2012 at 9:29 AM

      Thython is very close to a lost cause at this point. It’s easy to use Tafo as an example. But, we have all witnessed Tython’s long line of failures. Link comes to mind as well. It seems to me that they might learn some lessons if left with the sith, for a time.

      And yes Tafo, the economy of Bengat is well known to be based on the tears of orphans. In fact, we have a room where people poke these orphans with sticks all day long, just to ensure they cry.

  4. From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
    October 16, 2012 at 10:36 PM

    (Check your CIS Privelage)

  5. Causidicus
    October 17, 2012 at 10:25 PM

    A great deal of you seem to be displeased with the government of Tython. While I will acknowledge that they are not without fault, the needs and suffering of the world’s innocent civilians cannot be allowed to go unanswered for. I applaud the humanitarian effort that is being led by the CIS if it truly a genuine one. Yet, the CIS should take great care that it does not make too many concessions with this Galactic Empire. Sith, as they have from the beginning of their establishment, continue to encroach until they are met with an insurmountable obstacle.

    The right of the people to live in peace and not in fear is a humanitarian issue as well.

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