General Assembly

General assembly (see Popular assembly) may refer to an official meeting of the members of a trade union, church, association, or similar organization, or of their representatives, in particular:

Read more about General Assembly:  Governing Bodies of International Organizations, National Legislatures, Sub-national Legislatures in The United States, Canada or Switzerland, Governing Bodies of Churches, Other

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