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Organisational Structure of the League of Nations:part 2 (in Hindi)
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Navneet Kaur
Educator since August 2017, M.phil(CS) from LPU, Jalandhar, GNDU, Amritsar, University merit scholar, Top Educator 2017.

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  1. WORLD HISTORY: League of Nations Presented by: Navneet Kaur B ar ThR

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  3. 4). General Assembly: Members of the League of Nations constituted the General Assembly. The Assembly met annually and the decisions were to be taken unanimously. All members of the Assembly had one vote. . The Assembly was a policy making body of the League and thus its mandate was to decide on the general policy issues. It also controlled the finances of the League of Nations and had powers to change a peace treaty . The special functions of the Assembly included the admission of new members, the eriodical election of non-permanent members to the Council, the election with the ouncil of the Judges of the Permanent Court, and control of the budget. . In practice, the Assembly was the general directing force of League activities.

  4. 5) Permanent Court of International Justice: It was setup in Hague (Netherlands). . Its mandate was to deal only with the legal disputes between states and not the political disputes. . It had fifteen judges from different nationalities. . It continues to function today as part of the United Nations and is known as the International Court of Justice.

  5. 6) Secretariat: It was setup as a support unit and handled the paperwork, formulation of reports and preparing the agenda. 7) Commissions & Committees: Commission were setup, ssion dea Examples of important commissions included commission for handling issues regarding 'Mandates', Disarmament, Military Affairs etc. . On the other hand, important committees were those dealing with areas of Health, Labor, Women Rights, Drugs, Child Welfare etc.