The League of Nations 1928

Archive Report

The Ninth Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the League of Nations, which convened at Geneva September 3 and adjourned September 26, 1928, had for its principal purpose the determination of League policy during the forthcoming year. The regular annual session, which by established rule is opened at the seat of the League on the first Monday of each September, is called “ordinary” to distinguish it from special sessions. Special sessions may be convoked at any time, either by a majority vote of the Council or by a majority vote of the Assenbly, taken when in ordinary session, or by ballots circulated by the Secretary-General to the respective capitals when the Assembly is not in session. To date there has been only one special ...

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