deliberative assembly

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Noun1.deliberative assembly - an assembly of people for the purpose of unhurried consideration and discussion
assembly - a group of persons who are gathered together for a common purpose
General Assembly - the supreme deliberative assembly of the United Nations
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This is the fruit of deliberation and the essence of deliberative assemblies.
He said the chamber should not set a time limit for the members to thoroughly discuss the measure, warning that the limitations on the time to debate is an 'anathema to deliberative assemblies worldwide.
The city of Fos-sur-Mer has been appointed coordinator of the group in accordance with the respective deliberations deliberative assemblies of these public entities.
Furthermore, to refuse to debate a matter owing to an initial lack of consensus seems to run counter to the very reason why deliberative assemblies exist.
Despite popular perceptions that deliberative assemblies lack the political power of elected representative bodies, Goodin concludes that ji Innovative mini-publics genuinely have, from time to time, had major impacts on macro-politics' (37).
The Court questioned the "extent of the punishing power which the deliberative assemblies of the Union may assume and exercise on the principle of self preservation" and responded with the following: