United Nations General Assembly
The General Assembly is the main deliberative body of the United Nations. It consists of representatives of all member states, one vote per nation.
A simple majority is usually required to pass resolutions, but a two-thirds majority is required for significant decisions, such as security, admission of new members and budget.
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