South Cilician Mutual Assistance Treaty
|South Cilician Mutual Assistance Treaty|
|Formation||February 14, 1975|
|Region served||South Cilician|
The South Cilician Mutual Assistance Treaty or SCMAT is an intergovernmental alliance founded on February 14, 1975 by Kuyrut, Okaiken, and Kwangju as an economic and military alliance, with the initial goal to ensure the protection and development of the South Cilician Ocean. The group's headquarters is located in Kurtilifa, Kuyrut and currently has 5 non-observing members.
Fuel Crisis of 1979-81
The South Cilician Mutual Assistance Treaty is organized in a loose council system that is located in Kurtilifa, Kuyrut and run by special envoys. These envoys meet 3 times a week in the conference center to discuss information that is sent from member nations about affairs within the South Cilician. The Chairman of the Envoys is the council leader and is chosen once every three months to organize and delegate meetings. Under the treaty, a leader from any of the SCMAT nations can call a conference with approval of 60% of the members.
The South Cilician Mutual Assistance Treaty currently has 5 members and 3 observers. Members and observers of the group are voted into the organization by the current members in the organization. A member state only requires 60% to be admitted, but 90% approval to observe. The founders of the group also posses rights to vote members out and suspend members without the others approval. Membership is region dependent, restricting all members to the South Cilician region that extends to the equator and is limited to countries that border the Cilician Ocean.
|Members of the South Cilician Mutual Assistance Treaty|
|Kuyrut||Nanook Wayna||February 14, 1975|
|Okaiken||February 14, 1975|
|Kwangju||February 14, 1975|
|Folland||Bella Keller||December 2, 1978|
|23x15px Nanami||May 8, 1988|
|Teiko||May 8, 1988|
|Shayden||May 8, 1982|
|Bruellen||July 11, 1995|
|Template:Country data Brullen||May 12, 2014|