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In theory, the Assembly of Experts, a deliberative body of 86 religious scholars, chooses the new supreme leader.
The CNPE is an organized, deliberative body that brings together the diverse experiences and perspectives of ANA members.
A third choice worth considering is the "hybrid" tribunal, in which both judges and jurors make up the deliberative body that renders a decision.
The Congress on Nursing Practice and Economics (CNPE) is an organized, deliberative body which brings together the diverse experiences and perspectives of ANA members.
They became educated, empowered and effective advocates for franchising before the world s most powerful deliberative body, the United States Congress.
The first group is headed by Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, former Iranian president, and the current Chairman of the Assembly of Experts (a deliberative body of Mujtahids that is charged with electing, monitoring, and dismissing the supreme leader of Iran) and Chairman of the Expediency Discernment Council of Iran.
While the Senate has customarily been the deliberative body in Congress, the House has taken a less structured approach to health care reform.
The very idea that the Commons was an open deliberative body that represented the peoples' interests, he contends, is mistaken.
Late last year, the United Nations General Assembly, the international organization's main deliberative body, wound up adopting a $1.
The UN Disarmament Commission (UNDC), a subsidiary body of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), is a deliberative body intended to consider in depth and make recommendations on disarmament issues.
As the Chairman of the ASARC, I have conducted a review of the ASARC membership and operating procedures and decided to make changes that will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of this deliberative body.
Wirls argues that the Great Compromise should not be regarded merely as a bargain between large and small states, but also as the result of the principled belief held by large- and small-state delegates alike that the Senate must be a small, deliberative body.