The South American Union: It's a Politco-Economic union of South America aimed at the creation of a Common Market, and Collective security for the entire continent. The SAU operated through a series of Supernational institutions and intergovernmental agreements which facilitate the many supernational laws and powers afforded by the organization. These organization are the SAU Congress, the Supernational Legislative body, the SAU Court of Justice, the Supernational Judicial Body, the SAU Central Economic commission, focused on the economic prosperity and banking of the organization, and the SAU Security Council, Which is the collective defense of the Organization.
The South American Union traces its origins from the 1920's and 1930's ABC agreements which recognize Brazil, Argentina, and Chile, as the three big powers in South America. Through this agreement they worked together to facilitate common economic goals and agreements to better improve their nations and facilitate greater economic and political strength. While somewhat a success it was taken to the next level in the early 1930's with Brazil under dictator and eventual legally elected president Getulio Vargas, expanding Brazils international involvement and its domestic industry heavily. This led to not only a mass expansion of the Industry and various previously non-existent industries in Brazil but also an expansion of Brazilian military power significantly. By 1940 Brazil having secured agreements with a wary Argentina and having established a clear base of influence in Oil Rich Venezuela the Brazilian expanded on its work with Chile, Argentina, Peru, and Venezuela to make a clear developing economic bloc. By 1945 this slew of crisscrossing economic treaties left Brazil the center of trade between all the various countries with products flowing in and out with relative freedom. The Expansion of Brazilian and Argentine Industry on top of this left the Two nations being able to economically turn the majority of the rest of the continent to the idea of a United Economic bloc.
The South American Union lists its goals, as Common Economics and a Collective Security showing the relative peace that is wishing to be established over the continent. With the development of a Singular market and collective security it was deemed rather necessary to bring the rest of the continent up to the standard of the Developed world. The Organization as of its creation in 1955 is in the process of developing a common market and collective security arrangement between the continents economies and militaries.
The South American Union is an organization that serves as a unifying focus factor for the nations of the South American Continent. The Union is to serve as a economic framework, and military alliance bent on solidifying the Economic and Sovereign security of the nations of the Continent. The South American Unions main goals are to facilitate a positive economic situation, and well developed military alliance and the Free Movement of Peoples throughout the continent.
All Members will agree to these tenets of the organization
- All Nations will work towards a successful common market, with a common currency and unified economic policy geared towards general positive development
- All Nations will spend no less than 3% of their GDP towards their militaries to facilitate modern and well prepared military forces for any nation wishing to exploit or violate the sovereignty of this land and her peoples
- All member states will form a common currency and adopt this common currency by the year 1970 and will work towards the strengthening of this currency to prevent its collapse and facilitate greater unity between member states.
- Elections will take place every five years to the various supreme bodies of the union such as to grow a good supernational legislative and judicial policy as well as allow for the free movement of peoples to be treated fairly under the same law wherever they go.
This is the overall membership of the South American Union. This will represent fully fledged members, suspended members and observer/partner states of the organization