1 Voting is an act of the organization, meant to promote its decision-making (International Organizations or Institutions, Decision-Making Process). Normally, voting has no other consequence than a proposal’s acceptance or rejection. The effect of the proposal, if accepted, is the same for all members irrespective of how they have voted. Though this rule has never been legally challenged, the political impact of the measure will be influenced by the results of the voting, especially when non-binding resolutions are adopted (International Organizations or...
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