Dec 23, 16 / Cap 22, 00 02:37 UTC
Ambassadors must'nt be national in the country in which they're in fonction ¶
It´s a base of diplomatic rights (correct me if I'm wrong please). No ambassador may be citizen in the country in which he's ambassador.
A national club is a nice idea, but can´t stand as an embassy in the long term. why? Because ambassadors must be named not by elections inside a club, where their will be rivalries, political tendencies,...
Ambassadors MUST be neutrals, and by so named by the central government. The local club may work as future supports for ambassadors, but I would advocate that an AMBASSADOR MUST NOT BE A NATIONAL OF THE COUNTRY IN WHICH HE IS AMBASSADOR.
Doing the contrary will act against us for international recognition, in the future giving us diplomatic rights, etc...
So clubs to help future embassies yes, but CLUBS WHOSE MEMBERS PLANNED TO BECOME AMBASSADOR IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY NO.