Representative Assembly

A representative assembly is a political institution in which a number of persons representing the population or privileged orders within the population of a state come together to debate, negotiate with the executive (originally the king or other ruler) and legislate. Examples in English-speaking countries are the United States Congress and the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

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National Education Association - Political Activities
... position adopted by NEA was brought by one of its members to the annual Representative Assembly, where it was considered on the floor, debated, and voted on by ... for changes to the No Child Left Behind Act 2009 NEA delegates to the Representative Assembly pass a resolution that opposes the discriminatory treatment of same-sex couples ... among the members themselves at NEA's annual Representative Assembly ...
Representative Assembly - State of The Art
... of the lower chamber became normal, so did the organisation of representatives into competing parties, so did election and an extended franchise, so did the idea that the ministers of the executive should be ...
British Columbia Teachers' Federation - Governance Structure
... Members through locals elect local representatives which make up the Representative Assembly (RA) ... Annual General Meeting is of delegates and local representatives elected by members through locals and the eleven members of the Executive Committee ... Representative Assembly The Representative Assembly meets three times a year and has the specific responsibilities of approving a budget and electing the Judicial Council ...

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