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General Assembly

General Assembly, branch of the United Nations (UN) where all member nations are represented and have a vote. The Assembly convenes annually or in special sessions and has some elements of control over all the other organs of the UN. Its functions are financial, supervisory, and deliberative and include control of the UN budget, admitting new members, advising the Security Council, and selecting the UN secretary general.

See also: United Nations.

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