A general assembly is a meeting of all the members of an organisation or
shareholders of a company. Specific examples of general assembly include ...
General Assembly definition, the legislature in some states of the U.S. See more.
A legislative body, especially a US state legislature. 2. General Assembly Abbr.
GA The principal deliberative body of the United Nations, in which each member
1 : the highest governing body in a religious denomination (as the United
Presbyterian Church). 2 : a legislative assembly; especially : a United States state
Members of the URC's ruling general assembly voted in favour at a meeting in
Merseyside, although individual churches will not be forced to comply. BBCJul 8
in some states of the U.S., the legislative assembly; the deliberative assembly of
the United Nations; the highest governing body of the Presbyterian Church or ...
Functions and powers of the General Assembly. Forum for multilateral
negotiation. Established in 1945 under the Charter of the United Nations, the
A general assembly is the legislative branch of the state government. In most
states it comprises two houses: the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Definition of the General Assembly in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary.
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The General Assembly is the world's forum for discussing matters affecting world
peace and security, and for making recommendations concerning them.