Reform of the Yulai Accords and Conventions is notoriously slow, requiring highly technical negotiations subject to veto at several stages by Inner Circle and CONCORD Assembly delegations.
This begs the question where the crackdown on collaborators takes place that it leaves known and proven capsuleer Triglavian supporters untouched. One can only hope that these negotiations are being sped up as it cannot stand that no capsuleer who fought against the Empires, Concord and Edencom can get away with this treason. Capsuleer support was vital for Triglavians to get their foothold. To this day, not a single capsuleer who sided with the Triglavian invaders has had to face any consequences for their actions. Capsuleers caused the empires to lose vital systems yet they cannot come together to root these insurgents and infiltrators from their installations, stations and services.
Concord may be limited in their actions against capsuleers, but the Empires should be capable on their own to at the very least restrict access of capsuleers with positive standings towards Triglavians, ie. those the empires know have shot Empire defensive forces during the invasion, from their services and amenities.
Thought swirl around political and diplomatic sectors in Yulai. CONCORD’s institutional inflexibility is noted by many observers as one reason the core empires demanded the formation of EDENCOM.
This is a particularly touchy bit. Capsuleers all over the place boast with their positive standings towards Triglavians and Edencom. How is it possible that Concord allows capsuleers, whose support for the Triglavians during the invasions has been proven beyond any shred of doubt, can gain positive standings with Edencom? This makes Concord and Edencom even less capable to operate.