1 International organizations are usually established by States (State). Generally, the original members of the organization are the States that concluded the treaty establishing the organization, which is often named constitution or statute. After the entry into force of the constitution, the organization may decide to have more members, in accordance with the conditions and the decision-making procedure provided for in the constitution (International Organizations or Institutions, Decision-Making Process). Most international organizations admit only States as...
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