General and formal meeting of an association, club, organization or company attended by a specified proportion at least of its members for the purpose of deciding legislative direction, policy matters, the election of internal committees and approval of balance sheets, budgets and the like. An assembly generally observes certain fixed rules of procedure.
an ordinary General Assembly or an extraordinary General Assembly of IAGA.
The branch of State government responsible for enacting laws. In Illinois, legislative power is vested in the General Assembly. The General Assembly is a continuous body during the term for which members of the House of Representatives are elected (2 years).
The General Assembly (GA) is an open forum for participation in the work of the ICANN Domain Name Supporting Organization (DNSO). The participants in the GA should be individuals who have a knowledge of and an interest in issues pertaining to the areas for which the DNSO has primary responsibility, and who are willing to contribute time, effort and expertise to the work of the DNSO, including work item proposal and development, discussion of work items, draft document preparation, and participation in research and drafting committees and working groups.
The principal deliberating body of the United Nations (UN) in which each member nation is represented and has one vote.
assembly of all members of the UN; it debates issues but neither creates nor executes policy
the supreme deliberative assembly of the United Nations
includes all States Parties to the Convention. It meets once every two years during the ordinary session of the General Conference of UNESCO to elect the members of the World Heritage Committee, to examine the statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund and to decide on major policy issues.
In New Jersey, one of the two houses that comprises the state Legislature. The General Assembly has 80 members - 2 elected from each legislative district - and is presided over by the Speaker of the General Assembly.
The General Assembly consists of representatives of all members of the United Nations and is able to discuss any aspect of the Charter of the United Nations except peace and security matters, which are considered by the Security Council. The General Assembly's resolutions are recommendatory rather than binding on the UN. ECOSOC reports to the General Assembly.
The General Assembly is the main deliberative body of the UN consisting of each Member State. It adopts resolutions proposed by Member States but has no enforcement power except that of public opinion. It receives reports from all bodies of the UN system, calls for international conferences, declares international years and decades, adopts conventions, calls for studies on important issues, approves the UN budget, and serves as the world's only truly global forum.
one of the major organs of the United Nations which generally addresses issues other than those of peace and security; each member state has one vote; operates with six functional committees of the whole (235) see also: Security Council
In Georgia, two houses comprise the state Legislature. The House has 180 members elected from each legislative district - and is presided over by the Speaker of the House. The Senate has 56 members.
The gathering for all members of the United Nations.
General Assembly, commonly abbreviated as simply G.A., is an annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. It is held in June, in a different city in North America every year. Member congregations (and a few other member organizations) send delegates and conventioneers to participate in the plenary sessions, workshops, District gatherings, and worship services.