Aenopia and the Cupertino Alliance

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The Empire of Aenopia and the Cupertino Alliance
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Cupertino Alliance membership
MembershipMember
Since24 February 2020
DelegateLogan Ross

The Empire of Aenopia is a member of the Cupertino Alliance after joining as a member state on 24 February 2020. The primary delegate of Aenopia, Logan Ross, was initially appointed as Minister of MicroWiki Affairs on 30 May 2020. On 27 September 2020 he was elected as the second Lieutenant Chair of the Cupertino Alliance.

On 5 November 2020 Logan announced his candidacy for the Chair of the Cupertino Alliance under the Ross2021 campaign during the 2nd Cupertino Alliance chairmanship election. Ross initially published a manifesto describing his goals for the future of the Cupertino Alliance before releasing his campaign website[1]. On 15 December 2020 Ross confirmed that Matthew Xia of Yu-Xia would be his running mate, after previous running mate Leon Montan resigned to focus on the GUM elections. On 4 January 2021, Ross was declared as the automatic winner of the 2nd Cupertino Alliance chairmanship election after rival candidate Roscoe dropped out.[2][3] Ross will take office on 15 February 2021 after Lycon's term concludes.

Aenopia was ranked 2nd out of 24 nations on the Cupertino Member Positivity Survey with 91 points and a mean of 3.72.[4][5] Aenopia would later be ranked 1st during the December 2020 survey.

Delegation

Aenopia has 1 out of the maximum three delegates for a full member, those being Logan Ross. All delegates were appointed on 24 February 2020. Zed formerly served as an Aenopian delegate following the dissolution of New Eiffel in November 2019.

Statistics

Session attendance

Aenopia has been in attendance at every session, however, often only stays for roughly an hour.

List

  • 5th Session, 29 February 2020 Yes check.png
  • 6th Session, 7 March 2020 Yes check.png
  • 7th Session, 14-17 March 2020 (69 Hour Session) Yes check.png
  • 8th Session, 21 March 2020 Yes check.png

Acts proposed

See Also

Notes

References

  1. Logan Ross. "Why vote Ross2021?". Archived from the original on 27 November 2020.
  2. Xijing Morning post. "Roscoe drops out of Cupertino Alliance chair election, Ross confirmed as chair elect". Archived from the original on 5 January 2021.
  3. Lycon, Jayden, et al. (4 January 2021) Result of Election, 4 January 2021, Cupertino Alliance. Retrieved 25 December 2020.
  4. Logan Ross. ""CA Member States Positivity Results results"". Archived from the original on 13 October 2020.
  5. The Aenopian Hour. ""Results for Cupertino Member Positivity Survey releaseds"". Archived from the original on 14 October 2020.