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2000 Winning Memorial for Petitioner Syracuse University Florence Harewood & Yang Guang

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Prior to 1900, the region currently constituting the State of Alboria was comprised of two contiguous territories, New Albertia and North Bonaria, which were colonized by, respectively, the Kingdom of Albertia and the State of Bonaria. Finally, on October 17, 1950, Albertia granted Alboria its independence with the signing of the Constitution of Alboria. One of the notable legacies of this Albertian-dominated period of rule in Alboria was the creation by the executive in 1970 of the &t;Templars&t;, a special division of the security forces. The military branch, or &t;Templar Warriors&t;, organized local armed squads to fight common crime, which the Templars attributed primarily to members of the lower class Bonarian population. The Commission concluded that the Templar,s activities amounted to paramilitarism, and recommended that the State investigate, prosecute and punish those involved in atrocities committed against members of Alboria's Bonarian population.

Keywords: Hypothetical Case; New Albertia; North Bonaria; paramilitarism; State of Alboria; Templar Warriors



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