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The General Assembly is a committee that deals with problems that affect all countries equally. Normally they have a very high representation due to the fact that being global issues all countries have something to say about it since they would see the effects of the problem. In addition, normally, for such an extensive committee, delegates have to debate both within the committee and outside of it, through lobbying. The decisions that are taken in all the organs of the General Assembly are non-binding and should generally be ratified later by binding treaties between the different international actors.  

 

This Assembly is a democratic entity in which each member country has a voice and vote before the problems that no country can face on its own.  

 

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