Assembly Decision

After a subject matter (Assembly Docket )  has been discussed and a vote has been called. The vote result is recorded and the result becomes an Assembly Decision.

An Assembly Decision is the highest law of the Union and can overrule any and all other laws, directives and rules.

If the subject is very important and may have wide reaching consequences, the speaker of the Assembly can call for a Union Wide vote . (Everyone can ask for a Union wide vote, but if the request is not made by the speaker, this too is a decision that needs a vote)

There are several types of Union Wide votes

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.