Arab League (3)

The headquarters of the Arab League is in Tunisia (37, Avenue Khereddine Pacha, Tunis). The League's organization consists of a Council and a General Secretariat.

The Council, which is the Arab League's supreme authority, includes all the member states, each state having one vote. (The League is a voluntary association of sovereign Arab states and decisions are binding only on those states which have voted in support of a resolution.)

The General Secretariat of the Arab League is charged with the responsibility of implementing the decisions of the Council and provides a wide range of financial, research and administrative services.

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