Amarr legal observers are divided on whether the Khanid writ of distraint will prevail but note that House Kador itself has directed all its efforts in Aridia into the Mayonhen constellation, and may be vulnerable to a transfer of the primary fief of Fabai to meet obligations under Imperial law. Aga-Count Alar Chakaid, a key party in the Khanid case, reflected on the relief of Anath and continuing instability in Fabai, “It was a tragic scene, particularly on Anath II, but my own Royal Uhlans and the Navy did what we could. Fabai is a valued neighboring territory for us in the Kingdom, and my own home of Zirsem is a but a few jumps away. So you can understand the horror with which we view the Blooder incursions, and the contempt we feel for those who, even after that vile raid, could not be troubled to prevent opportunistic Minmatar terrorists and Ammatar traitors from exploiting the situation! It is clear that under Khanid protection Fabai would be safer and more prosperous.”
As one of the initiators of relief efforts on site (*), I can confirm that the constellation of Fabai in Aridia is in a terrible state.
I have no idea what the imperial law requires from local government, but even then I am pretty confident to say they are not being met. The systems are barely policed (not that I complain), and the situation in ground in many places was such that when disaster hit, large areas in completely habitable planets were devastated, for lack of proper infrastructure to support even basic emergency measures.
It was a disgrace, even when being used to seeing disregarded areas in the Empire.
I do realize that this falls under Imperial law in the CONCORD system of pretending we don’t care about what goes on inside each others’ borders, but certainly something needs to be done?
Personally, I would encourage all parties to work for a solution where logistics of the region is temporary handed to care of a humanitarian organization such as the Sisters of EVE, with CONCORD itself providing security support. Basic relief and transport out to the most affected could be arranged for quickly by parties experienced in such work, which would give authorities more time to figure out how to improve the infrastructure and defenses of the region.
CEO, SoE Roughriders
(*) I assure you, Mr @Alar_Chakaid, that if I had been on site for “opportunistic terrorism”, you would have noticed the effects. I was unfortunately too busy saving Imperial citizens from things such as starvation and diseases that even a modicum of modern health care should have eradicated to “peddle guns and rebellion”.