Ateneo wins Malaysia ABP

Datum: Oct 21st, 2020
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Category: international, Turniere

The winners of the Asian British Parliamentary Championship 2020 in Malaysia are Ateneo 1 (Mikko Vitug, Ignaceo Villareal). They won the grand final out of Closing Opposition, speaking against  UPD 2 (Alia Yao, Clarice Tee) in Opening Government, NUS 1 (Tao En Qi, Shaun Lee) in Opening Opposition), and Taylor’s 1 (Har Naveenjeet Singh, Ploopy) in Closing Government. The final was chaired by Piali Bopanno. Judging with them were Boby Andika Ruitang, Connor O’Brien, Dominic, EnTing Lee, Erica Liu, Fardeen Ameen, Taha Iqbal, Udai Kamanth. The motion read “TH, as the feminist movement, would advocate for aggressive government intervention to counteract behaviours which the feminist movement determines are predominantly the outcome of adaptive preference”.

The EFL Final was won by UGM B (Muhammad Rizki Akbar Lubis, Muhammad Zufar Farhan Zuhdi) in Closing Government. Speaking against them were BUET 2 (Abrar Muhit, Ishmam Tasnim) in Opening Government, Tokyo 1 (Kanan Ishizaka, Tota Takahashi) in Opening Opposition, and U Macau 1 (Garrett Li, Emon Zhou) in Closing Opposition. The final on the motion “THR the US’ declining relative influence over global governance” was chaired by Amrit Agastia. Judging with them were Daniel Maier-Gant, Estelle Florens, Grace Zhang, Inna Fermin, Nicolas Lozano, Shudipto Ahmed, Taosif Amin, Uphie Abdurrahman.

The top speaker was Mikko Vitug, Ateneo 1, with an average of 83.17 speaks. The top EFL speaker was Tota Takahashi, Tokyo 1, with an average of 79.83 speaks.

The Open Break:
1. Ateneo 1 (Mikko Vitug, Ignaceo Villareal) – 16 pts
2. Taylor’s 1 (Har Naveenjeet Singh, Ploopy) – 16 pts
3. IBA-DU 1 (Mohammad Wasif Amin Khan, Sajid Asbit Khandaker) – 15 pts
4. SMU B (Lu Huiyi, Seah Pei Song) – 15 pts
5. Ateneo 2 (David Africa, Luigi Alcaneses) – 14 pts
6. Taylor’s 2 (Kimberly, Kuberan Hansraj Kumaresan) – 14 pts
7. SMU A (Adil Hakeem, Subra Nara) – 14 pts
8. UPD 1 (Pep Danguilan, Nicky Solis) – 14 pts
9. IITB 2 (Pushkar Mohile, Jaymal Lodha) – 13 pts
10. NUS 1 (Tao En Qi, Shaun Lee) – 13 pts
11. CUHK 2 (Ooi Hon Son, Joshuo Yeung) – 13 pts
12. UPD 3 (Chris Carlos, Miguel Sulit) – 13 pts
13. UPD 2 (Alia Yao, Clarice Tee) – 13 pts
14. IBA DU 2 (Syed Shadab Tajwar, Rifayat Zafeer Wafee) – 13 pts
15. Sunway A (Muhammad Afiq bin Mohd Muazzam, Irfan) – 13 pts
16. IBA DU 3 (Sadid Jubayer Murshed, Ishaque Sadat) – 13 pts
17. IITB 1 (Parshva Shah, Ananga Rana) – 13 pts
18. LUMS 2 (Ashar Imran, Ahsan Muhammad) – 13 pts
19. UPLB 1 (JJ Pine, Redacted) – 12 pts
20. Monash 1 (Audrey, Revan TJ) – 12 pts
21. YNC 1 (Steven Sy, Wisha) – 12 pts
22. Ateneo 3 (Quintin Chua, Javi Del Mundo) – 12 pts
23. NSU A (Asif Mehedi Adi, Mirez Murshed Rahman) – 12 pts
24. Delhi 1 (Kanika Kaur, Shubhankar Kashyap) – 12 pts
24. MSRIT 1 (Atul RH, Daniel Monteiro) – 12 pts
25. Seoul 1 (Masfiq Rahman, Seunghun Brian Jung) – 12 pts
27. NUS 2 (Isaac Ko, Vedant Sandhu) – 12 pts
28. NUS 3 (Rachel Han, Kavindra Senaratna) – 12 pts
29. NUS 4 (Ernest Cheong, Deon) – 12 pts
30. UT Mara 1 (Hafiz Muh Riza, Iman Hassan) – 12 pts
31. Keio A (Owen Jinwan Park, Atsushi Sumida) – 11 pts
32. IIUM 1 (Hana Zawawi, Irtza Soomro) – 11 pts
33. SLS C (Arya Bhandankar, Sayantan Bhattacharya) – 11 pts
34. DLSU 1 (Ken Alunan, Joshua Dita) – 11 pts
35. Malaya 1 (Danesh Aggarwal, Sharwin) – 11 pts
36. BRAC 1 (Aliya Fairuz, Nayara Noor) – 11 pts
37. NTU 3 (Rohan Kapur, Balachandar Prashanthi) – 11 pts
38. GLC H (Shakya Chandra, Shvabh Chakarwarti) – 11 pts
39. NMIMS SOL STD (Chinmaya Mohan, Zain Badami) – 11 pts
40. ILNU 1 (Akshit Mishra, Subham Krishna Borah) – 11 pts
41. Christ University 3 (Isha Mahajan, Paroma Raha) – 11 pts
42. Keio C (Toshiya Ozawa, Takua Baba) – 11 pts
43. SLS A (Rudra Shankar, Kaustav Roy) – 11 pts
44. Malaya 3 (Nevyn, Qihui) – 11 pts
45. U Macau 2 (Donner Tang, Kiki Liew) – 11 pts
46. GLC Q (Kevin Santhosh, Ira Gosavi) – 11 pts
47. LUMS 3 (Zoha Mirza, Lyba Bashir Choudhry) – 11 pts
48. CUHK 3 (Mathew Ling, Andrius Budiono) – 11 pts

The EFL Break:
1. Keio A (Owen Jinwan Park, Atsushi Sumida) – 11 pts (Open Break)
2. Keio C (Toshiya Ozawa, Takua Baba) – 11 pts (Open Break)
3. U Macau 2 (Donner Tang, Kiki Liew) – 11 pts (Open Break)
4. Tokyo 1 (Kanan Ishizaka, Tota Takahashi) – 10 pts
5. UGM B (Muhammad Rizki Akbar Lubis, Muhammad Zufar Farhan Zuhdi) – 10 pts
6. BUET 2 (Abrar Muhit, Ishmam Tasnim) – 9 pts
7. IUC 3 (Zahin Raidah, Md Sameeul Amin) – 9 pts
8. U Macau 1 (Garrett Li, Emon Zhou) – 9 pts
9. BRAC 2 (Sajid bin Hasnat, Aniruddha Chowdhury) – 9 pts
10. KEIO D(Jane Yu, Takushi Kobayashi) – 8 pts
11. UGM A(Muhammad Rafly Rizky, Rakyan Sekar Kinanthi) – 8 pts

Adjudicator Break:
Adel Mostaque Ahmed, Aditya Sunkara, Akashraj Murthy, Allen Xiao, Amrit Agastia, Apratim, Asthur, Ashit Kumar Dutta, Benjamin Goh, Boby Andika Ruitang, Boris Lam, Connor O’Brien, Daniel Maier-Gant, Danyal Maqbool, Deep Behal, Devashish Trivedi, Dominic, EnTing Lee, Erica Liu, Estelle Florens, Fardeen Ameen, Francois Brits, Grace Zhang, Hans Xavier Wong, Inna Fermin, James Cafferky, Joel Law, Khalis Khalid, Kugan, Namita Pandey, Sher May Nar, Nicolas Lozano, Piali Boppano, Pranav Kagalkar, Rahul Datta, Ralph, Ryan Patrick Thalari, Ryosuke Yoshida, Shudipto Ahmed, Taha Iqbal, Sourodip Paul, Sai Keerthana Arun, Tamkeen Nawab, Taosif Amin, Udai Kamanth, Uphie Abdurrahman, Weon Bin Na, Zachary Chambers.

Open Speaker Awards:
1. Mikko Vitug, Ateneo 1, avg spks 83.17 speaks; total spks 499
2. Ignacio Villareal, Ateneo 1, avg spks 83, total spks 498
3. David Africa, Ateneo 2, avg spks 82.3, total spks 494
4. Ploopy, Taylor’s 1. avg spks 82, total spks 492
4. Har Naveenjeet Singh, Taylor’s 1. avg spks 82, total spks 492
6. Jaymal Lodha, IITB 2, avg spks 81.5, total spks 490
6. Sajid Asbit Khandaker, IBA-DU 1, avg spks 81.5, total spks 490
6. Luigi Alcaneses, Ateneo 2, avg spks 81.5, total spks 490
9. Kuberan Hansrajh Kumaresan, Taylor’s 2, avg spks 81.17, total spks 487
9. Shaun Lee, NUS 1, avg spks 81.17, total spks 487

EFL Speaker Awards:
1. Tota Takahashi, Tokyo 1, avg spks 79.83, total spks 479
2. Atsushi Sumida, Keio A, avg spks 79.67, total spks 478
3. Kanan Ishizaka, Tokyo 1, avg spks 79.3, total spks 476
3. Owen Jinwan Park, Keio A, avg spks 79.3, total spks 476
5. Takua Baba, Keio C, avg spks 78.5, total spks 471

The Asia British Parliamentary Championship 2020 took place over the weekends of October 3rd – 5th and 10th – 11th featuring 162 teams. It broke to Partial – Octofinals and to EFL Semifinals. The tournament was convened by Malaysia Institute for Debate & Public Speaking. The Chief Adjudication Panel included Inna Fermin, Sher May Nar, Khalis Khalid, Connor O’Brien, and Sourodip Paul. Tabulation was done by Albert Kamahlendra, Tasdid Tahsin. The full tab is available here. Additionally, several rounds including both finals were streamed and can be found on Youtube.

Motions:

R1: Infoslide: Historical redress comprises restitution (the return of unjustly appropriated items), compensation (transfers of resources made in acknowledgement of unjust appropriations), and apologies or memorial events for practices that are now deemed injustices, but which have ceased for a considerable time, and/or whose victims are now deceased.

THBT historically discriminated groups should abandon narratives of historical redress in their campaign for equality.

R2: Infoslide: The United States Democratic Party leadership constitutes the Democratic Party’s Congressional Leaders and the Democratic Party’s Presidential and Vice-Presidential Nominees. ‘Procedurally activist’ congressional tactics include but are not limited to court-packing, strategically using or abolishing the filibuster, adding states, using impeachment to delay senate judicial confirmation proceedings, and overriding executive orders.

THBT the Democratic Party leadership should publicly commit to using ‘procedurally activist’ congressional tactics to pursue their policy objectives.

R3: Infoslide: Coercive powers include the power to levy economic and financial sanctions and to stage interventions. These interventions could constitute sending information-gathering teams (which are analogous to weapons inspectors that enforce nuclear non-proliferation and anti-chemical weapons treaties) and medical teams to reinforce public health systems. The World Health Organization (WHO) makes a wide variety of policy recommendations during epidemics and pandemics regarding disease outbreak reporting, travel and trade restrictions, and lockdown measures

THW grant the WHO, in times of crisis, coercive powers to gather information about suspected infectious disease outbreaks and to enforce its policy recommendations.

R4: Infoslide: The real economy concerns the production, purchase and flow of goods and services (like oil, bread and labour) within an economy. It is contrasted with the financial economy, which concerns the aspects of the economy that deal purely in transactions of fiat money and other financial assets, which represent ownership or claims to ownership of real sector goods and services.

THBT investors should be required to invest a significant proportion of their portfolios in the real economy.

R5: THBT Southeast Asian nations should actively move towards the consolidation of a regional alliance at the expense of seeking stronger ties with non-regional allies (e.g. by forming closer intra-ASEAN defence ties, increasing ASEAN economic integration etc).

R6: THW legalise and actively incentivise the use of university bonds.

Partial Octos: In areas characterized by significant ethnic and religious cleavages, THP a system of delegative democracy over a system of collusive democracy

Octos: TH, as a Muslim majority SEA nation, would reject Saudi Arabian investments in education

QF: TH, as an altruistically-minded graduate, would follow the 80,000 Hours approach to their professional career rather than joining an altruistic organisation

EFL SF: THBT first generation immigrants should raise their children to fully integrate into their new country, and completely abandon attempts to establish links to their country of origin

SF: THR the “Quantitative Turn” in social sciences

EFL-F: THR the US’ declining relative influence over global governance

F: TH, as the feminist movement, would advocate for aggressive government intervention to counteract behaviours which the feminist movement determines are predominantly the outcome of adaptive preference

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